I builts some custom cabinets for a client and she wanted them painted. So I laqcuered the inside and painted them out side and spent alot of time on them. Woke up this morn to 9 degrees and had to load these cabs up. The slightest flaw on these things would show. I got to thinking that about a 4th of the scope of these cabs or any cabinets is spent on getting them to the job intact. So I need to pick your brain and see if anyone has an idea i havent thought of yet. Right now I just load them on my trailer and seperate them as best I can. My last job went fine but i realized that one box had been rubbing another the whole trip. I didnt see it until it was up, (so did the client). so, how do you get them there safely?
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