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A day in my installer's shoes

          Recently, I assisted my cabinet installer on one of my projects

          on some small items to keep things running smoothly that day.

          Being aware that his job is a very detailed and labor intensive.

          As I helped with tasks, I was slower in the very small tasks

         that I was assisting in and it was very humbling.

         It is a very tough job to do correctly and timely with constant

         small and big challenges with the install.

         Cabinet Installers and trim installers have to be instant problem

         solvers.

         All the pieces and parts that have to come together to create the

         overall look.

         Their challenging responsibility also for: not damaging the product,

         not cutting a length of crown to short, and drilling the hardware holes

         in correct place so a door does not have to be replaced or a drawer front.

         Long days with the pressure always on, it is really a demanding and

         skilled job.
         
         

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