How to Install Kitchen Cabinets ?
Renovating a kitchen is a great way to add value to your home. Even changing kitchen cabinets can spice up your kitchen. Installing it is not as difficult as you might think. If you have experience in woodworking and power tools, you can easily do the job.
Install kitchen cabinets.
Use a 1.2m spirit level to check that the wall is level. Take a long level and place it directly over the wall. Check the pipes for air bubbles to make sure the walls are vertical, i.e. perfectly vertical. Place levels in different parts of the hole to make sure it is level on all four sides.  If any part of the wall is uneven, keep an eye out for any potholes or corners that could cause polishing or shifting. Cabinets are uniform. 
For example, if the bottom of the wall slopes slightly outward, you may want to add spacers, which are small wedges used to make minor adjustments when setting up the enclosure to level it.
Mark a flat guide about 120 cm above the ground.
Use a ruler or tape measure to measure the distance from the floor to the center of the wall. Use a pencil, marker, or chalk to draw a straight line on the wall.
This will serve as an easy starting point for further measurements.
Make sure the line goes all the way around so your future measurements are accurate!
You can also easily create accurate reference lines with a laser level.
Measure from the line to the bottom layer to find the highest point.
Using a ruler or tape measure, measure from the reference line straight down to the floor. Take a few measurements along the line and find the highest point on the floor. Once you’ve identified it, make a small mark on the wall so you can remember where it is.
Finding the highest point on the floor is essential for leveling cabinets.
Mark a horizontal line 88 cm from the highest point of the floor. Measure from where you marked the highest point on the floor, then use a pencil, marker, chalk or laser level to mark the line on the wall. Make sure the wiring is level so that your cabinet is level when installed.
This layout line shows the location of the top of the base cabinet after installation.Measure and mark the line 17-18 inches (43-46 cm) above the stake line. Use a ruler or tape measure to measure from the loft line you just marked. Mark the lines of the wall cabinet with a pencil, marker, or chalk. 
This line also marks the bottom of the wall cabinet.
Find and mark the root on both lines of the sequence.
Find the studs on the wall using the style finder or tapping the concrete to find the studs. Use pencil, marker, or chalk to mark all wall styles along the layout line.
Tag all fixtures and fittings you will install.
If you plan to add appliances like refrigerators or other fixtures, measure them first so you can see how much space you need to open up. Mark these dimensions on the walls so you can arrange cabinets around them.
Drill holes for the studs below the top cabinet alignment line.
Nails are basically little shelves that you can use to support your cabinets while you install them. Place a straight rod below the top cabinet line and drill 5cm drywall screws into it any other way to make it strong and able to support the weight of the cabinets. Add a bracket to any cabinets you plan to install so they can fully support their weight when you hang them.
Attach the planks along the entire length of the closet line.