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Curious minds want to know....

Postby Jody Wilmes » Mon, Apr 22 2019, 9:11AM

Hello Folks,
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I have a question regarding 2 different types of kitchen cabinet layouts:
1. Placing several small individual cabinets along a wall.
2. Placing one large cabinet, containing several sections/styles within.

We all know the pros/cons of each, however what term do you use to differentiate the two types when talking shop?
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Re: Curious minds want to know....

Postby Scott Marshburn » Mon, Apr 22 2019, 9:33AM

Hi Jody.

1. Placing several small individual cabinets along a wall. I would consider this a run of cabinets
2. Placing one large cabinet, containing several sections/styles within. I would consider this an assembly

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Postby Brad McIntosh » Tue, Apr 23 2019, 7:25AM

I second Scott's answers for both.

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Re: Curious minds want to know....

Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Tue, Apr 23 2019, 3:13PM

Hey Jody,

1. Placing several small individual cabinets along a wall is generally called a run, like Scott said.
2. Placing one large cabinet is called a backache and is to be avoided at all costs. :mrgreen:

But "assembly" works fine. You guys gave us that terminology, and it has stuck...
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Postby Jody Wilmes » Wed, Apr 24 2019, 8:49AM

I see where you all are coming from. Thanks for the input....I'll go with backache. :D
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Re: Curious minds want to know....

Postby Kerry Fullington » Wed, Apr 24 2019, 11:48AM

Here, multiple cabinets are "Modular" and a single cabinet is "Custom" which always starts a debate.

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Postby Leo Graywacz » Sun, May 19 2019, 11:10AM

Boxes vs Custom Cabinets. :mrgreen:
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Re: Curious minds want to know....

Postby Jody Wilmes » Wed, Jul 03 2019, 11:23AM

By the way, we went with Single Cabinets vs. Combination Cabinets:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p5R8yRG ... e=youtu.be
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