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JLC ??NOVEMBER 1991 What follows is a description of some of the methods and techniques I use when installing kitchens. Whatever size or type kitchen I'm installing, following these guidelines has helped me work efficiently and avoid mistakes, and kept my kitchen installing experiences mostly happy ones. Delivery and Inspection Two things I keep in mind before the cabinets arrive at the job site: they are not that easy to move and are very easy to damage. I make sure they arrive when I'm good and ready for them. The less I have to move them, the better. Cheap or fancy, factory-made or custom, I thoroughly inspect the cabinets for flaws in workmanship or damage. Problems found before installation begins are