Frequently Asked Questions
There is no standard cost for a kitchen. Prices vary depending on your space, wood type, stain, hardware, and inserts.
We use a Restaurant grade two-part conversion varnish semi-gloss for added durability. Typical lacquer and enamels don’t have the same longevity. Conversion varnish has a dried coverage density of twice that of lacquer.
Home Depot and Lowes offer a wide variety and pricing of different cabinet brands, which use different materials, hardware, and differ in their manufacturing methods. Our prices can compare to some, depending on how they are built and what they are built out of.
We do not work with particle board or melamine due to their low quality and low longevity.
Time to start new projects varies depending on how busy we are. We encourage customers to put their deposit down earlier than later in order to secure their spot in our schedule.
We do not match prices from other stores. Our prices are based on the cost of materials and necessary labor, and cannot be lowered.
Our cabinetry is guaranteed at a one-year warrantee from the date of completion.
Cabinet projects can take anywhere from one week to three weeks to fabricate and send through our spray booth (depending on size). Installation can be anywhere from one day to several (depending on size).
Yes, we can be the general contractor on your job so that you do not have to deal with finding and working with all of the necessary subs. We regularly work with subs who do electrical, plumbing, drywall, painting, glass, granite and quartz countertops, Formica tops, and construction.