Frequently Asked Questions
What is custom cabinetry?
Custom cabinetry is built for your home. Every inch is carefully planned to give the best look and functionality in your home. Our cabinets are hand crafted nail by nail to ensure the highest quality using fine hardwoods and plywood. Factory cabinets are typically Chinese made and use cheaper materials such as plastic in the construction and dangerously high formaldehydes in their finish. Factory cabinets are only available in 3 inch increments and will not allow for customization.
What is the process to get a new cabinets?
1. We will need to do an on-site meeting to determine the size and get an idea of what you want.
2. We will work up the measurements and give you a bid based on what was discussed.
3. Once it is approved by you we will begin 3D drawings for you.
4. We will have a meeting to go over the 3D drawings to make sure everything is correct before anything is put into production. Production will typically take between 2-4 weeks.
5.Once production is finished we will arrange a time that we can install. Installation should be complete in 1-2 days depending on the size.
I want to remove my old cabinets and install new. Will you remove the old cabinets?
Yes. We can remove and haul away your old cabinets prior to installation.
My current cabinets are in good shape but outdated. Can I update my existing cabinets?
Yes. We offer a service known as refacing. This process allows you to recover the exterior of the cabinets and replace the doors and drawers with updated styles and colors. It is much cheaper than the price of new cabinets and we offer financing for this service. It can be done without any disturbance of your current kitchen and can be completed in just a few hours.
How do I care for my cabinets?
Our cabinets are finished with high quality lacquer paints, stains and top coats. You won't find this type of finish at a home store. It is engineered to provide superior protection for years to come. If your cabinets need to be cleaned use a mild detergent and a damp cloth. Don't allow water to stand on the surface for extended periods of time and avoid the use of chemicals and "Magic Erasers". These erasers are actually fine grit sanding sponges and can damage the finish.