When it comes to cabinetry, there are many different options to choose from. One important consideration is the type of toe kick system that is used.
Our team of experts can design and build cabinets that are tailored to your specific needs and preferences, including the type of toe kick system you prefer. In this blog post, we will explain the difference between toe kick systems with leg levelers, and why it matters for your cabinetry.
A toe kick system is the part of the cabinet that sits on the floor. It is the small area at the bottom of the cabinet that is usually recessed, and it is used to provide clearance for your feet. There are two main types of toe kick systems: those with leg levelers and those without.
Cabinets with leg levelers have small, adjustable legs that can be raised or lowered to level the cabinet on uneven surfaces. This is particularly useful in older homes or homes with uneven floors, as it allows you to level the cabinet and ensure that the doors and drawers open and close properly.
On the other hand, cabinets without leg levelers rely on the floor to level the cabinet. This can be a problem if the floor is uneven and could really damage cabinets in case of a flood. Additionally, this type of cabinetry can be less stable than ones with leg levelers.
At Cabinets Quick we will work with you to determine the best option for your needs.