Frequently Asked Questions
View some of the most common questions we receive from our customers along with the answers below. If you cannot find the answers you need below, then please contact our staff and we would be glad to assist you.
1. Are your cabinets all wood or some kind of particle board material?
Our cabinets are ALL WOOD. We do not use so-called 'fake' wood in any of our cabinet pieces. Each respective cabinet line page will show you what type of wood the cabinet is made of, along with other specifications for that line and style.
Generally you will receive your shipment anywhere from 7-10 days after placing your order with us. More often than not you will have your shipment in a weeks time.
Yes, these ARE high quality cabinets. Through a joint partnership, overseas manufacturing, and warehouses across the country with stock we can pass these saving onto you directly from us. While we do offer entry, mid, and high level cabinet lines each of them is solid wood with high quality joinery, hinges, soft-closing(luxury series),etc.
Yes, of course. If you are planning on ordering a large quantity for a current project such as an apartment complex, large corporate building, etc then please contact us with what you need and we can offer even lower prices to you.
Should an item be out of stock it may take an additional week or longer for the piece to arrive. We may or may not ship the out of stock items separately when they become available so you can begin work with those which are available at the time of ordering.
To reduce stocking cost we use wall fillers for our base fillers. The wall fillers can easily be cut down to size. Between cabinets there will be a gap. A toe kick will need to run along the base of the cabinet.
All wall fillers can be cut down to any size. For example, a W642 can be cut down to two W342's.
Yes, the kitchen cabinets that are shown on this website the only options that we have.
A full overlay is where the door and drawer are mounted to completely cover the face of the frame and the partial overlay is usually a 1/2" or 1" of the face frame exposed.
No, in order to keep the shipping cost low, we do not ship glass with glass door. it is recommended to get glass locally to prevent the damage from the shipping.
All of our RTA kitchen cabinets first carefully inspected to ensure that the kitchen cabinets are to standard. We pack them in individual cardboard boxes, then they are placed on a pallet. we shrink-wrap the entire pallet.