Hi dear, the drawer cabinet size is 36 IN.H × 28 IN.W × 21.5 IN.D
hi Luna, this whole set could not wall hung it is off the ground
hi Jude ,the lowest inches is 33 inches , the adjustale dimension is 0.5 inch ,thank you
hi kc , the worksurface is desighed to mount between two tall cabinet and on the top of base cabinet ,thank you !
Hi kmil , we do not suggest the wall caibnet mount to the ceiling . it is not safety for it , the wall cabinet is designed to mount to the wall ,thank you .
Hi Sylvia，the locker is weldded cabinet, do not need to Assemble , thank y ou
hi dear ,this unit could install 56 inch work surface , 56 inch work surface is a new product ,will be come into the market next year , The base cabinet of this unit have wood work surface tooo
In this case, I suggest you place some wood between the unit and the wall. The wood should be of equal thickness to the footing which juts out from the wall. This wood needs to run the length of the three overhead cabinets, either top AND bottom, or preferrably one big piece of plywood, and also the length of each of the two tall cabinets, perhaps in two spots. You want to bolt the tall cabinets to prevent tipping. If a little kid opens the door and hangs off of it, they can be crushed if you don't have the tall cabinet securely bolted to the wall. As far as the order goes: Mount the wood backing to wall studs first (obviously). Then, hang and bolt the overhead cabinets. Just bolt the tops in, do the bottoms once you're certain of everything. Do not trust the included bubble levels; test them against a good level first, then they're ok to use. One of my three was way off. Make sure the three overhead units are all level. Before you go further, run any electric cables to the overhead and/or tall cabinets. Since you're away from the wall anyway, this should be easy. Then mount the bench, checking for level. You might need to level the feet of the tall cabinets to level the bench. Take your time; this may take two people. Now you can bolt the overheads to the tall cabinets, bolt the bench in, bolt down the bottoms of the overheads. Last (very last), bolt the tall cabinets to the wall. An easier way, which is just as secure: Only put the backing wood behind the two tall cabinets, and not behind the overhead cabinets. This will work just fine. if you do this, you won't be able to bolt the overheads to the tall cabinets, but you don't need to bolt them together to secure everything, and it will save a lot of time. The overhead cabinets do not fit flush to the front of the tall cabinets anyway, so an inch or two of difference won't be noticeable.
yes ,it is ,you can mount the locker on on either side
Hi martie, thanks for your kind suggestion ,the peg board are on boarding ,pls kindly keep posted on our website ,thank you