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Project by Ladislav posted 06-15-2015 02:59 AM 1478 views 0 times favorited 2 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Hi !! I didnt post any pictures for a while,,, ben really bussy lately but finally catching up;) here is first few cabinets if kitchen im currently building,,, this is about 50%of the cabinets that this kitchen will get, had to drop off first load as i couldnt move in my shop anymore ,,, also i have two kitchens which i will post some pictures soon as i install them,,, got them done sooner than customers got theirs spaces ready fir them ,, and that wall paneling was a small job i took recently that im very pleased with ,,,, at first i was considering to get it all cut somewhere on cnc but than i took a routher and did it ,,, was really hard to istall and put up 1/4” round trim because both wals are curved (staircase wall paneling has no trim yet on this picture ) but it all went good and after 4 days im ready for some primer and caulk ,,, ;) .

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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#1 posted 06-16-2015 09:07 PM

Nice work.

I was once given a tour of a cabinet shop that had a good solution for your space/storage problem.

They had no inside storage at all. They had a gravel lot and a huge (old) fork lift. When they got a job, it was assigned to a shipping container which sat in the lot. Anything to do with that job went in the container. If special materials arrived before the build began, it went in the container. If cabinet boxes were done before doors, no problem, just put them in the container. If the house was delayed for 2 months, no problem. The finished cabinets sit in the container, ready to go. When the install was launched, they lifted the container onto a flat-bed truck, lashed it down and drove to the installation site. Their install teams (3 men, as I recall, on a team), just had to pull everything out of the container and do the install.

The containers were rented (was a few years ago) for $50/month – and paid for themselves well.

Now they had about 40 guys working in their shop and did about $1.5 million / month ten years ago, so it was a big shop, but I don’t see why something similar couldn’t work for a smaller shop (except for the expense of keeping the fork lift).


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#2 posted 12-30-2015 02:45 AM

Sorry for late reply , i acualay worked at shop where we used container to store cabinets and it is a good solution but im in bussy industrial are where all i have is two parking spots so wouldnt have place to put it ,,,

-- Viviens home reno, orlando florida

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