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Kitchen cabinets, continuing

Chris and Yitzhak from Central Texas Custom Cabinets are on site today.

Chris is scribing and cutting cabinet panels and skins. He’s also installing more cabinet doors and cabinet pulls.

Yitzhak is contorting himself on the floor to measure, scribe and cut toekicks under all the cabinets.

Chris has his own web site. Click here.

Above, Yitzhak scribes the toekick under the pantry cabinets on the refrigerator wall.

Chris shows how he joined together the two maple panels that comprise the countertop in the pantry hallway. The maple came from wood stored by Steven that was not used in finishing out Sea Eagle; so we are taking a small part of the current house to contribute to the new house.
Chris shows how he joined together the two maple panels that comprise the countertop in the pantry hallway. The maple came from wood stored by Steven that was not used in finishing out Sea Eagle; so we are taking a small part of the current house to contribute to the new house.
Almost all of the doors are installed on the oven/microwave cabinets.
Almost all of the doors are installed on the oven/microwave cabinets.
Working under the island, Yitzhak test fits the toekick.
Working under the island, Yitzhak test fits the toekick.
Working at the table saw outside, Yitzhak slowly cuts the 1/4-inch-thick material to size.
Working at the table saw outside, Yitzhak slowly cuts the 1/4-inch-thick material to size.
Two runs of toekick, cut to size and ready for gluing into place.
Two runs of toekick, cut to size and ready for gluing into place.

 

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