We do not typically do commercial cabinetry as most of it consists of laminate and particle board. If solid wood is required we are more than happy to meet your needs!
Occasionally we will refinish cabinets. Usually its more cost effective to replace and have a solid set of cabinets that will increase the value of your home.
We will work with you or your contractor. Once the you have your plan in place we will meet with you and get your design finalized. When the space is ready we will install for you.
Whether you’re painting or staining, we will help you pick the wood that complements your finish the most.
Our team of professionals can match a color whether you know what it is or not. Just bring us what you would like us to match.
There are a lot of variables when it comes to pricing. The material, finish, and amount of cabinetry are just a few. It’s really best to get in touch with us and we will provide a free customized quote of what you’re looking for.
We provide a solid wood construction of cabinets with custom finishing. Most cabinet companies don’t provide finishing. The ability to do this before installing results in a more furniture like cabinet than others can offer.
Use a damp cloth to wipe remove dust and debris. DO NOT use products such as Pledge or Murphy’s Oil. Prolonged use of such products will produce a cloudy haze.
DO NOT use chemical cleaners on finished surfaces. Doing so can result in the stripping of the finish causing permanent damage.
Hot items should never be placed directly on wood finished surfaces. It will permanently damage the finish. Simply use coasters or hot pads to avoid such possibilities.
If a glass has sweated and left a ring on your wood top try using a slightly dampened soft cloth to rub out the ring. Using other materials may result in scratching and permanent damage of the finish.
In the event of children marking your cabinets. Try using a damp rag to remove the markings. If a permanent marker was used, try a rag dampened slightly with mineral spirits to remove markings. DO NOT use lacquer thinner.
Use the provided paint and brush touch up kit. Brush a thin coat on affected area, be careful not to apply too much, and allow 24 hrs. to dry.
Yes! Those can work wonders if you need to fix nicks and scratches. If you don’t have access to one of these try one of the options below.
You can use a permanent marker to lightly rub over the spot. Do not apply too much as it can make it stand out worse.
Use shoe polish to closest to the color and lightly apply. Wipe with a soft cloth to remove excess.
Link to blum door adjustments video.
Link to blum drawer adjusting video.
Link to video.