I am installing kitchen cabinets in my house. The floor isn't level. I've read online that leg levelers are the easiest way and you don't have to worry about the shims contracting and expanding with the seasons.
These are the leg levelers I purchased: Leg Levelers... Scherr's Cabinet and Doors Online Harware Ordering
These seem to just go on the bottom of the cabinets. (These cabinets do not have the build in box/kick panel at the bottom of them like my cabinets)
However, my cabinets have have the wooden frame on the bottom (where the kick panel attaches to). They look like this
Sorry for the bad diagram, I can attach on if it will help)
L___ <--Kick panel/boxed in frame around the bottom of the cabinet
Does anyone know how to install these? I believe that they have to support the sides of the cabinets, since that will be what supports the granite countertop.
The only way they seem to be able to work now, is if I just put them under the cabinet, under the bottom shelf--but then it won't support the load bearing sides.
Can I just cut out some notches on all four corners? Any advice and insight is greatly appreciated. Thanks!!