Field Installation and Service Manual IMS126 | Page 2

Field Installation and Service Manual SECTION 1- INSTALLATION Surface Touch Up and Repair at Installation Illustrated Method Sheet 126 Responsibility for Surface Repair by the Installer The installer is responsible for performing the installation completely. This will include cosmetic items and minor repairs such as: Capping visible installation screws Replacing missing bumpers Filling open interior carcass joints Filling visible interior and exterior nail holes Repairing minor chips and corner scuffs Coloring ends of all toekick skins The installer will not be expected to resolve complicated cosmetic issues that require specialized supplies, experience and training. He or she will only be required to identify and note any damage or defect issues that were not addressed. The Site Manager will inspect the installation shortly after completion. He or she will determine if any parts are to be replaced in the event of major damage and schedule the appropriate Quality Assurance Technician or Finish Specialist to address the issues. Step 1 Acquire the Right Tools and Supplies 1.1 plies. Performing Surface Repair at installation will require some specialized sup- The installer should make sure these items are part of the tools and materials carried every day. Tools Often during the process of delivering and installing cabinets, damage to the finish occurs. This section will discuss some of the strategies for repairing minor damage at the time of installation. 1-1/2” Flexible Putty Knife Bucket Razor Blades Plastic Card Edge Trimmer Supplies Adhesive Screw Caps Adhesive Clear Bumpers ©2017 PCS Professional Cabinet Solutions. All Rights Reserved. White Primer Painters Tape Putty Wax Fill Sticks Touch Up Markers Rags White Caulking 5.5 and 10 oz. Tube Almond Caulking 5.5 oz. Tube Spray Contact Adhesive Acetone 180 / 320 Grit Sandpaper Satin White Lacquer Section 1: IMS 126 2