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Do Cabinets Need to Be Screwed Into Studs?

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Question: Do Cabinets Need to Be Screwed Into Studs?
Top Answer (100% of 7 votes): Yes.

Answer: Yes
Explanation: yes sheetrock alone will not hold them on the wall
American custom cabinets
Answer: Yes
Explanation: Screws must always have a stud to hold onto or they will slip out when there is a load on the cabinets. It's no fun having a cabinet full of glasses and plates fall down and crash on the floor. If there is no stud to be found, I like to surgically insert wood backing behind the sheetrock. There are also various anchors on the market but none are as good as a stud.
Tramco Kitchen and Bath
Answer: Yes
Explanation: Typically this is a preference however a horizontal member should be installes across run first.
Howell Builder and Remodelers
Answer: Yes
Explanation: The cabinets need to be screwed into the studs to support the weight.
Answer: Yes
Explanation: That's the only way to make sure a cabins are secured to the walls
Barefoot Kitchen & Bath Inc.
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