Updating old wooden kitchen cabinets
The installers hold the open-shelf unit against the corner cabinet (Image 2) and attach it using a nail gun.
They then re-hang two of the cabinet doors and make a few minor adjustments on the hinges to ensure that the doors hang and open properly.
After a series of careful measurements, the carpenters drill holes in the floor of the sink base cabinet and cut out the larger openings using a saber saw.
With the holes cut, the sink base cabinet is carefully lowered into position so that the pipes extend up through the holes (Image 1).
The first two cabinets are placed in position (Image 2) and clamped together using quick-release bar clamps (Image 3).