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Old 02-22-2019, 09:11 PM   #11241
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Finally got to the install of this kitchen.

1st 2 cabs were a pain. Had to do a loose toekick on the oven cabinet so we could tip it up without it hitting the ceiling. The cabinet is heavy and scribed on two walls. The sink cabinet is full of holes. 4 outlets, 2 copper pipes through the floor, PVC drain in the back and a toekick heater. The easy "cabinet" was the end of run panel to the left of the DW opening attached to the oven cabinet.



Next two cabinets are the refer and the skinny pantry. They get joined in the field. The cabinets need to be scribed to the floor and the wall, making sure they were level to each other while the floor rose 1/8" from left to right. Worked out well Pocket screws to join the deck of the refer cabinet to the pantry in a dado. Pocket screws in the face frame rails to join the refer to the pantry. And the back of the refer overlaps the pantry cabinet by 3/8" and was screwed together to form a single cabinet.



Then we installed the 9' island. The floor was almost level from front to back over the depth of the cabinet, but it was out of level 3/8" over the 9' length. Because I have panels on 3 sides we needed to scribe to the floor.







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Old 02-22-2019, 09:17 PM   #11242
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Very nice Leo. (and Sno)

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Look better with the rest of the stuff installed, like doors, drawer and countertops...
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Two bathrooms and a laundry room we did a lot of the work on.

Our company did the demo/framing portion as well as all the finish carpentry.

We acted as a sub for a local kitchen and bath company that we have are developing a nice relationship with.
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Looks really nice Travis.

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Look better with the rest of the stuff installed, like doors, drawer and countertops...
That's the easy stuff.

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Yep, but still has to be done. We left all the doors and drawers at the shop this time. I don't think I've ever done that before. Most of the cabinets were quite large and very heavy with all the stuff in them. We are pushing for the countertop templating and the doors and drawers just aren't required at this time.
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Large and heavy sucks. I've got some I'm going to shoot today and tomorrow, 9' tall over 6' wide, 2 islands over 50 square feet. I'm getting to old to move this stuff around.

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German breakfast.

edit. ment to post this in things I love
but this is the job for today any ways. haha.
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Gotta love having a big rain head and light holes to be able to clamp the ceiling tile while it cures...
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Blum Drawer Opener.

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I actually took the green "handle" off since I didn't need it anymore.
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Movento with Tip On?

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I just put it in. Customer provided it.
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Another kitchen and bath
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wtf.........

another high dollar deck with a view.......

and spiral stairs.....

you da man....

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