fixing a bad built-in
This is the 2nd time in 2 weeks I've been tasked with fixing somebody else's craftsmanship. Doesn't bother me one bit. As long as there are wannabe carpenters and woodworkers in my area they're making my business money.
Anyway, This is my project.
The contractor that started this built the boxes, installed the hinges, built 2 of the 4 doors, left his tools, and skipped town.
My plan of attack: Pull the mdf boxes out of the cubby and build face frames. Attach face frames with pocket screws. Get my cabinet maker to build 2 more doors or 4 new doors if he can't get them matched up. Attach doors. Adjust hinges. Collect my money, and leave the customer satisfied.
I was just wondering if this plan of attack is similar to somebody else or if anybody had a different point of view. Thanks!