Cabinet refacing is simply replacing your old cabinet doors and drawer faces with new ones. This is a great option if your cabinets are painted or will be painted. Replacing old drawer boxes and drawer guides is another option to consider along with refacing.
We use all types of wood in the cabinet making process but some of the more popular options are poplar, alder, oak, maple, ash, mdf & plywood. All hardwoods are FAS quality, certified hardwoods. Our cabinet boxes are constructed of high quality, 3/4" birch plywood, NOT particleboard
Absolutely. We build all of our cabinet doors and cabinets in house, with multiple options & various profiles.
All of our cabinets and doors are fine sanded to 180 grit and ready to paint or stain. We do offer custom painting services as well.
Lead times vary by job size. Cabinet door jobs typically take anywhere from 1-4 weeks and cabinet jobs are roughly 4-6 weeks once a signed contract and deposit are received. *Seasonal variations may affect lead times
We accept cash, check, credit or debit
After initial contract has been signed and deposit received, we provide 3d drawings and elevation plans of all cabinets within 1-2 weeks. Cabinet jobs only, does not apply to refacing.
Once final drawings have been approved and signed off on, any changes are considered a change order and will be charged accordingly.
Quoted prices include installation unless stated otherwise.
Installation varies on the size of the job from one day to 2-5 days in most cases.
All of our cabinets come standard with high quality, under-mount, soft-close drawer guides and soft-close, concealed, European hinges.
Currently we do not but will be glad to provide samples and references. You can also visit our shop anytime Mon-Fri 8-5
We do kitchen cabinets, vanities, garage cabinets, cabinet doors, drawer faces, drawer boxes, custom closets and light trim work.
We do have sample boards of our knobs and pull offerings. Often cheaper and higher quality than big box stores.
Yes we do.
Yes we can drill holes for hardware before or after painting, at an additional cost.