Returning a base molding against a cabinet side or wall using a back miter
In overlay cabinets, ends of cabinets can be decorated with a simple applied door panel that lines up with the adjacent cabinet doors the operable surfaces
This video details information on apron sink bases including how they are cut out, supported, etc.
Attaching a plywood/bead board panel to the back of an island
Base filler columns and example of use in island overhang
Video shows how a filler can be used to close in a gap over the fridge when standard height fridge cabinets (3" increment heights) are used.
How to install a 3 or 6" filler pull out rack
This video illustrates things to be aware of as you install your base cabinets: corner clearances, counter support, etc.
Installing ledger boards to support wall cabinets easily. Ideal for one man installation
This video shows how cabinets are clamped and screwed together through the face frame
This video shows how to shim base/tall cabinets to account for flooring that will be laid AFTER the cabinets are installed
Installing lazy susan trays to a BLS cabinet shelf or floor. This must be done prior to cabinet assembly!
Installing glass in glass prepped doors (NOTE: GLASS IS NOT INCLUDED WITH YOUR ORDER!)
A video that discusses light rail moldings, door clearances and demonstrates installation of the molding
This video demonstrates how to create and install inset frame/door panels on the ends of your cabinetry, carrying the inset look all the way around the cabinet.
This series of videos shows you the basics of planning your installation: Striking level lines, stud lines, marking cabinets, etc.
Marking studs and cabinet lines, centering sink base, etc
Installing the new 'Ready to Install' trash pull out.
Using a face frame and doors with a hidden base cabinet on a peninsula back
This video is an update to our recent filler pull out video. It shows how these units CAN be used at the end of a cabinet run.
Installing end skins using 3M Spray adhesive
Separating stacked wall cabinets.
Using a parting strip or other separator trim between stacked wall cabinets.
A discussion about returning toe kick at the end of a cabinet run with some side discussion regarding squaring of the toe notch itself
The video shows a slick and easy way to trim an extended stile on an assembled cabinet.
Using end skins to cover vertical seams that result when you place cabinets back to back or stacked on top of each other
Job site preparation and cabinet Installation