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Why would you measure where the top of the cabinet is going, unless you think the cabinets will hit the ceiling? If you mark that spot you can't see it during the installation.

Just curious as that was the description in the one of the photos.

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Why would you measure where the top of the cabinet is going, unless you think the cabinets will hit the ceiling? If you mark that spot you can't see it during the installation.

Just curious as that was the description in the one of the photos.

Nice flat walls - life is good.
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This is the way we installed as cabinet installers. Everybody will have their own method. This was ours and was very successful..
 

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Good reason - you have to line up the tops! Thanks for clarifying what I did not understand but have done many times...

Don't forget to spread some Boric Acid - ant/roach powder, under all the base cabinets and puffed into any plumbing/electrical holes through the wall - especially under the sink base.
 
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