It's not THAT incredible. It's a pair of screw jacks, granted they seem to be very widely adjustable screw jacks...18" to 8 feet according to the site, but screw jacks none-the-less. There is a laser level built in, but if you can't level them yourself, especially with your hands all freed up with your new $295 screw jacks..ahem...CABINET JACKS(TM)...then you're too lazy to be in the construction trades anyway. :cheesygriOne man can now do the work of two with this incredible cabinet installation support tool
3 strikes and your OUT. Maybe it's time for ol' Manual to find a different place to call in to.especially when Manual Labor doesn't make it to work because the dog ate his homework.
If you have help on the job I think it is a good idea to join as many of the boxes together in a run as you can prior to installing them.Tonkadad said:A couple of times using the strips I wasn't able to get the cabs to align because of the variances in placement of the attaching board. I needed to go a little lower but obviously coundn't. Next time I will double check it.