Installing kitchen cabinets even can you done by yourself by following the good kit as the guideline for the installation process step by step. If installation had corners, use a framing square to check if corner of wall is out of square. If so, adjust layout of cabinet to compensate, otherwise fronts of cabinets may not be installing kitchen cabinets in a straight line. End layout placing wall studs with stud finder and mark their positions on walls. Each lower cabinet must be anchored to a stud. Although lower cabinets are flat on floor, fixing them to wall helps keep them level and firm. To ensure that pipes and electrical conduits are not creating false readings on stud finder, place 6d nails to locate edges of each post and mark center. Do not assume in advance that they should be spaced 16 inches on center.
If installing kitchen cabinets end up against a wall, you may need a filler strip. To install a filler bar, last stop of other separate cabinet. Attach a straight-edge to front of unit installed closer; extend to end of wall and mark. Let ¾ calibrations behind those brands (by thickness of fillet stuffed) and set a cue to wall. Then install and set last cabinet and measure gap between front frame and wall.