Most cabinets do sit on a subfloor, which is typically a layer of plywood or oriented strand board (OSB) that sits on top of the floor joists. However, there are some cabinets that are mounted to the wall studs instead of sitting on a subfloor. And in some cases, such as when there is an existing finished floor (like tile or hardwood) already in place, the cabinet may be installed directly on top of that finish flooring.
AUTHOR: PETER FETZER
6 April, 2022
Yes, kitchen cabinets sit on the subfloor. The cabinet frames are attached to the wall studs, and the cabinet bottoms rest on a wood subfloor or on concrete slabs. Some cabinets have adjustable metal legs that screw into threaded inserts in the cabinet bottom to make them level if the floor is not perfectly flat.
AUTHOR: WILLIE MICHAUD
3 April, 2022
It depends on the construction of the cabinet.
In general, kitchen cabinets sit on a subfloor, which is a structural layer of boards or plywood laid on top of the floor joists. However, some cabinets are built with a toe kick - a small raised platform at the front that provides support for the cabinet's base - and these cabinets do not sit directly on the subfloor. In this case, there is usually a gap between the cabinet and the subfloor, and the toe kick sits on top of the subfloor.
AUTHOR: LARRY DREWS
31 March, 2022
Kitchen cabinets usually sit on a subfloor. The subfloor is a layer of wood, plywood, or oriented strand board that is installed below the floorboards of your home to provide a stable base for cabinets, appliances, and other fixtures. Sometimes the subfloor is not visible because it's covered by carpet or another type of flooring.
AUTHOR: TAMA SCHILDGEN
28 March, 2022
Kitchen cabinets do sit on the subfloor. Cabinets are typically screwed or nailed to the framing members of the house, which in turn are nailed or screwed to the subfloor.
AUTHOR: ELIDA CENTER
25 March, 2022
Kitchen cabinets usually sit on a subfloor, which can be made from plywood or other materials. The subfloor provides a solid surface for the cabinets to rest on and helps to distribute the weight of the cabinets evenly. It's important to make sure that the subfloor is level and that there are no gaps between it and the cabinet floor, as this can cause water damage over time.