Securing the DIY Kitchen Island Floor
A DIY kitchen island can provide extra ideal work surface in the center of your kitchen. You can add an island in any type of floor, but to secure one tile battens should hold the tiles properly to avoid damage to the floor and prevent the island from moving. Measured inside the perimeter of the island cabinet or base thereof. Brand measures in the tile floor. Place the strips of wood in the interior of the measures on the floor. Punch holes in the slats with drill using a drill for wood, in the place where the screws go.
Place the wooden slats on the tile floor and mark the holes on it. Use masonry drill bit to make holes in the tiles in the location you marked. Put a plastic dowel holes in the tiles. Align strips on the holes and secure with wood screws or drywall. Apply a bead of construction adhesive to the outer edge of the strips and place the cabinet or base of the DIY kitchen island on them. Hold the top of the base (if you use one) on the bottom of the cabinet along the floor with a strip of adhesive and small finishing nails every 15-20 cm.