Cabinet Leveling System
Level an entire kitchen in minutes instead of hours!
The Front and Rear Levelers are "independent" of one another:
The front and rear levelers have rods to adjust them.
Front levelers include a short adjusting rod. (top left image)
Rear levelers include a long adjusting rod that slides through the front leveler into the rear leveler. (bottom image)
Levelers will not slip or change:
The levelers have no gears. The extending foot is locked permanently in place by the adjusting rod so it can never change.
ALL the weight of the cabinets and countertops (even granite counters) is supported by the leveler foot:
No large mounting screws are necessary to hold the levelers to the cabinets. The cabinet literally sits on the leveler and is not supported by the mounting screws. The mounting screws keep the leveler in position when moving the cabinet around during installation.
Material and Finish:
Only the highest quality metals are used in the manufacturing process. The levelers have a corrosion resistant coating but are intended for indoor use only.
The levelers are completely hidden once the toe kick boards are installed.
Max Height Adjustment:
The maximum lift is 1-1/4". More than enough range for any installation.
Toe Kick Variations:
RTA (ready to assemble) cabinets come with finished toe kick material that is installed after the cabinets are installed.
Use 8' long toe kick material cut to size to eliminate as many seams as possible.
- LV-24's - any typical 24" deep base. cabinet.
- LV-21's - any typical 21" deep vanity cabinet.
- LV-18's - any Old style 18" vanity cabinet.
- LV-Single's - any cabinet 15" or less in depth.
NOTE: Levelers were sized to fit any cabinet. They will leave about 2" of inches behind the rear leveler. If your toe kick is recessed 4" - 5" they will fine.
Electrical conduit, plumbing and other small obstructions can run along the base boards and not interfere with the levelers.