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Bayport House Gives Away Free Cabinet Hardware Templates

LONG ISLAND, N.Y., Nov. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- This new cabinet hardware template created by Bayport House, allows you to drill the right holes the first time.

(Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20121126/PH18638 )

Most retailers that sell similar templates charge $8 to $12.  Bayport House is offering their template for free.

The template is a sturdy plastic tool with premeasure holes for drilling accuracy. No more worrying about making sure your hardware goes in the right spot. Not only does the tool make the job easier, it can save money. Drilling holes in the correct spots the first time will prevent you from having to replace cabinet doors and drawer fronts.

The template is to be held tight against the drawer or cabinet. Do not forget to make sure it is aligned accurately. Use a pencil to mark the holes with the desired measurements for your hardware. Drilling directly through the tool will damage the material. Always double and triple check your measurements fit with the new hardware.

The new trend today in home improvements is DIY (Do-It-Yourself) projects. From refinishing old furnisher to crafting new seasonal decor, people take pride in being able to put their own touch on their interior design.

Changing the hardware on kitchen cabinetry is one of the most inexpensive but effective ways to update the look of a home kitchen. It is also relatively easy to do without the help of an expert.

This cabinet knob template can be sent straight to your home at no cost to you, simply by filling out the online form.

About Us:
Bayport House opened in 2004. Their warehouse is located in Long Island but they ship their wholesale cabinet hardware anywhere in the country. They ship orders of any size, selling to individuals or large business. For more information visit their website at http://www.bayporthouse.com.

 

SOURCE Bayport House

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