FAQ



It depends on which manufacturer you choose. We carry builder’s grade, semi-custom and custom cabinetry. The lead time is anywhere between 4-6 weeks, 6-8 weeks, and 8-10 weeks and in some cases with our quick ship cabinets 2 weeks.
We have found it is much more economical to replace the entire box instead of refacing just the doors. This gives you the ability to work with our design team to find the best layout to suit you and your family’s needs.
Each kitchen is different, as is each customer. We base our pricing on the measurements and specifications you supply us with. The manufacturer, door style and color you choose factor into the pricing. With this information we can price your kitchen accurately.
Yes, we sell to homeowners as well as contractors, builders, and interior designers.
We focus on cabinets and the countertops for every room in the house including vanities, home offices, laundry rooms and other spaces. We offer support through every step of your project, from designing, delivery, installation, and service department.
You can certainly send in your measurements to our sales department. We have a dedicated person answering the emails daily. Depending on the scope of your project you should hear from them within 24-48 hours.
We do not have cabinets in stock. All of our cabinets are specifically made for your project.
Yes we need measurements. Click here for simple instructions on measuring your space for your new cabinets.
Choosing a door style and a finish is a great place to start. We can help you choose a manufacturer that works with your needs and wants. Give us a call to set up an appointment; you can click here to see our appointment times. We allow two hours per scheduled appointment to ensure your vision becomes a reality.
Generally a contract is drawn up, reviewed by client, signed and a deposit is collected. Then we send our measurer out to remeasure your project to ensure accuracy before cabinets are ordered. Once measured it is then reviewed by our drafting department. The draftsman contact client and a final layout is reviewed, signed and then ordered.