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Height: In most garages, a 4-ft. cabinet against the ceiling leaves about 5 ft. between cabinet bottoms and the garage floor. If you park long vehicles in the garage or have a shallow garage, you may need to use the space under the cabinets for the fronts of vehicles. If so, measure the height of the hood to make sure you'll have clearance when choosing cabinet heights. Also consider the heights of items you may want to store beneath the cabinets. Motorcycles, bikes, storage cabinets and wheeled tools are ideal candidates for that space. Two other heights that efficiently use plywood are 32 in. (six panels per sheet) and 24 in. (eight panels per sheet). Keep in mind that protruding cabinets invite head bumps. So make sure walking patterns don’t pass too close to corners.


Step 6: InstallationShow All ItemsMeasure the height of the French Cleat on the cabinet from the bottom shelf, add the distance of how much the cabinets should be off the floor, that's the final height of the lower cleat strip on the wall. Use level to mark and mount the strip on the wall at the wall stud, with two of 2 1/2" cabinet mounting screws at each location. Make sure to pre-drill the holes on the strip. And hang the cabinets.Use clamps to tight two of the cabinets side panels together, and screw them together with 1" screws at different points along the panels, make sure to have them square by checking the panel with level and measurement of the assembly diagonally. This step is very important because it will have a big impact on the door fitting. Last step is to support and secure the wall of cabinets with two 2" wide plywood strips at the lower side. One directly under the cabinets screwed onto the wall, and the other brace the front of the bottom shelves. Since the cabinet will have enclosed doors, the bottom brace will be attached from the shelving side with counter sink screws. After checking the cabinets plumb to the level line and square to each other, drive s few screws through the bottom shelves to the lower supporting plywood strip to lock everything together.If the goal is to have some open shielving cabinets, the job is consider to be completed at this point. And of couse, we are going to next level - install doors!


Measure the height of the French Cleat on the cabinet from the bottom shelf, add the distance of how much the cabinets should be off the floor, that's the final height of the lower cleat strip on the wall. Use level to mark and mount the strip on the wall at the wall stud, with two of 2 1/2" cabinet mounting screws at each location. Make sure to pre-drill the holes on the strip. And hang the cabinets.Use clamps to tight two of the cabinets side panels together, and screw them together with 1" screws at different points along the panels, make sure to have them square by checking the panel with level and measurement of the assembly diagonally. This step is very important because it will have a big impact on the door fitting. Last step is to support and secure the wall of cabinets with two 2" wide plywood strips at the lower side. One directly under the cabinets screwed onto the wall, and the other brace the front of the bottom shelves. Since the cabinet will have enclosed doors, the bottom brace will be attached from the shelving side with counter sink screws. After checking the cabinets plumb to the level line and square to each other, drive s few screws through the bottom shelves to the lower supporting plywood strip to lock everything together.If the goal is to have some open shielving cabinets, the job is consider to be completed at this point. And of couse, we are going to next level - install doors!


Show All ItemsWe are trying to attack the garage organization task for the next few weeks, and my job is to make some wall cabinets with doors - slowly make the mess not looking so obvious and get more organized. First part of the garage make over is to create full size cabinets for one side of wall. The goal is to build cabinets in a simple way to serve the function, and meanwhile spend a little more effort on the doors so that they look good. It will not be the typical way to build cabinet with dado and rabbets, but only glue, nails and screws - in reality, the expectation should be "we are not build pianos".


We are trying to attack the garage organization task for the next few weeks, and my job is to make some wall cabinets with doors - slowly make the mess not looking so obvious and get more organized. First part of the garage make over is to create full size cabinets for one side of wall. The goal is to build cabinets in a simple way to serve the function, and meanwhile spend a little more effort on the doors so that they look good. It will not be the typical way to build cabinet with dado and rabbets, but only glue, nails and screws - in reality, the expectation should be "we are not build pianos".


If you’re looking for easy, attractive, economical cabinets, you've come to the right place. These storage cabinets look great, hold a ton of stuff and don't cost too much. And this garage cabinet system can easily adapt to your situation: You can build one cabinet or a dozen, adjust the height or width to suit your space, or combine closed cabinets and open shelves in different ways. You can even configure this system for a laundry room, closet or basement.


You'll need a helper to install the cabinets (Photo 11). Install the two end cabinets first, then position the others between them, leaving equal spaces for the shelves that fit between the cabinets. Watch out for obstructions that prevent cabinet doors from opening. End cabinets that fit into corners, for example, should stand about 1/2 in. from the adjacent wall.


The upper cabinets provide deep, enclosed storage space and tie the upright cabinets together so they can't twist away from the wall. Instead of installing upper cabinets, you could simply run a long shelf across the tops of the upright cabinets.


Each cabinet will be 32.5"(W) x 96"(H) x 15"(D). The cabinet are designed to be hang on the wall, that will provide some space under for easy cleaning, as well as keeping the storage away from concrete floor moisture.They will have four doors, except the one at left end - it will have an upper sliding door because the garage door rail is in the way of door opening. The cabinet carcass all have fixed shelves, and the number of the adjustable shelves will be optional. The whole project will be using 1/2" plywood, with exception of the 5/8" strips for mounting, the reasons for using thinner material is that they are easier to install with lighter weight by one person, and they should be as strong as using 3/4" material if they are designed and installed correctly.The reason for the cabinet to be 32.5" wide is because the length of all the shelves would be at 31.5" (32.5" - 2x1/2"), and thus we could use the available 8' plywood length with trimming one edge and two cross cuts to yield a maximum usage of material.The depth of the cabinets is designed as 15", thus the available 48" wide plywood will yield panels, and the left over will be used as shelf reinforcement, this will also achieve the maximum material usage, leaving almost zero waste of the plywood except the trim off pieces and saw dust.The cabinets are going to be mounted side by side. With this configuration, the joints will just be simple glue, brad nails and counter sink screws. Panels will be painted, so the screws on side of the panels will either be filled with drywall compound and painted over, or covered by the other cabinet.They will be mounted to the wall with "French Cleat", and secured on the bottom side as well.