Here’s a question from our 08/10/2019 Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.
Marsha in Georgia says, “My kitchen cabinets appear to have been built on-site in 1958, 3/8-inch lipped doors and original exposed hardware. The cabinet doors are wider than other cabinets.
“In 2010, the kitchen was remodeled using 3/8-inch rabbeted door hinges that have failed. I think the doors may need three hinges due to width. Help!”
We tell Marsha that, for any door large and square or rectangular, there is a lot of pressure on the hinges; a third hinge would help.
Listen above for the segment!
Read the blog from the August 10 show and listen to the full broadcast here