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To determine what sized cabinet hardware you need, measure the distance between the center of one screw hole to the center of the next. This will give you the center to center measurement. Pull length is simply the distance from one end of a pull to the other and can be different from the center to center measurement. Pull length does not affect what size hardware you need but is rather based on style and design preference.
Updating your cabinet hardware is a quick, easy and affordable way to make a dramatic difference in your home.
When changing out cabinet hardware, go through your entire space and count how many knobs and pulls you need before shopping. Also take note of pull sizes needed.
No. The drill bit supplied is fairly standard for handles.
All holes for cabinets and drawers lined up perfectly. The trick is to have a sharp object to make a 'seeable' impression in the cabinet/drawer and then to drill perfectly in that spot. I made a couple errors in that regard and had to make slightly bigger holes and angle the bolts slightly in order to get the holes to line up with the handle holes.
you can try this: mark center(s) of drawer front vertically and horizontally ( use painters tape) then tape the guide in place, use a pocket level holding on the guide s lip, check that the guide is level compare to the lines of the drawer front for straightness and then mark your pull or handle spacing.
I can't say there is necessarily a standard, but if you look at various cabinet photo's online, it appears common for kitchen cabinets (upper level ones) to put the handles in lower corners. The template for cabinets is designed to be placed in a corner to measure properly. You may be able to use the drawer template to place the holes correctly further up the side of a cabinet as that relies on you figuring out a 'center hole' first, then figuring out where to place each handle hole. That would be easy to do by measuring up from the bottom of your cabinet door how far you want based on where you feel the 'center' of your handle would be, then using that measurement for all cabinets as your 'center'. Keep in mind this is designed to work for Liberty hardware.
That's a good question. I guess it is personal choice. I tried to match the photos of high end cabinets.
From what I can tell, from the top of the template to the lowest center mark is 5", assuming for a 10" drawer max.
Technically they will not. Only set up for 2.5", 3" and then 4" center to center. They also measure 96mm center to center. 3 3/4" is 95.25 mm so only 0.01" narrower than the template but would not recommend trying to fudge it unless you have experience. Might try two holes on a waste piece of wood to see what tolerances you are up against and if 96mm holes do ultimately work out with your 3 3/4" centers.
Because this product is poorly-designed. My Kraftmaid Shaker-style cabinet door is exactly the width of the door template. But, there are no center holes on this template! Worst design ever. I bought this only because I misplaced my other template that actually had centered holes. This one's going back to the store as defective.
the store has in stock the ano251c-cl-u dark smoke only.