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Cabinetry Quiz (Continuing Education)

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Cabinetry Quiz

1. 
When installing cabinetry you have the lowed portion where the counter top is placed. What is the upper portion of cabinets called?
  1. Wall Unit
  2. Uppers
  3. Uprights
  4. Top shelf
2. 
When installing cabinetry you have the lower portion where the counter top is placed. What is the upper portion of cabinets called?
  1. Wall Unit
  2. Uppers
  3. Uprights
  4. Top shelf
3. 
Kitchen cabinetry generally consists of the lower cabinets, as well as the upper cabinets which are referred to as the wall                   
4. 
What material can cabinet or millwork be made out of?
  1. Plastic
  2. Wood
  3. MDF
  4. All of the above
5. 
What is the standard and recommended height for a conventional counter top in a residential building?
  1. 34"
  2. 35"
  3. 36"
  4. 37"
6. 
What term is used to identify a cabinet that can be opened on both the front and the back? Often used in a kitchen island as an upper unit or base unit?
  1. Double faced
  2. Double sided
  3. Double opening
  4. Double blind
7. 
What is a comfortable and recommended distance between the top of the counter top and bottom of the wall units above? This is the minimum amount of space and allows for the comfortable use of toasters, coffee makers and other counter top appliances.
  1. 18"
  2. 20"
  3. 24"
  4. 30'
8. 
When you hear the word toe space or toe kick when referring to cabinetry what does that term refer too?
  1. Recess inside the cabinet
  2. Floor mounter cabinets
  3. Extra piece added to step on below the cabinets
  4. Recess below the cabinet
9. 
What is the minimum counter top depth to allow for installation of sinks and an adequate working area?
  1. 20"
  2. 24"
  3. 30"
  4. 32"
10. 
Generally, how tall are pre-manufactured cabinets?
  1. 30"
  2. 30 1/2"
  3. 34 1/2"
  4. 36"
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