What to expect

Our team of experts will start by demolishing your existing cabinetry and preparing your walls for the new cabinets. Once the walls are ready, we’ll install your new cabinets within 1-2 days and make any necessary adjustments to ensure a perfect fit. We’ll also carry out templating for your countertops, so you can be sure they’ll fit perfectly into your new kitchen design. Countertops are normally installed within a few days of completing the cabinet installations.

With the cabinets and countertops in place, we’ll complete any remaining cabinet work and bring in licensed contractors to handle any plumbing, electrical, or tile work that’s required. Our focus is always on ensuring that your kitchen renovation is completed to the highest standards and within as short window, so you can enjoy a beautiful and functional space for years to come.

Base Cabinets

These cabinets are placed on the floor and provide storage space for larger items such as pots, pans, and small appliances. They can also be used as a base for a countertop or sink. These come with a variety of door and drawer options to include accessories like interior rollout shelving.

Wall Cabinets

These cabinets are mounted on the wall above the countertops and are typically used to store dishes, glasses, and other kitchenware. They are available in various sizes and styles and can be open or closed with 1-2 doors.

Pantry Cabinets

These cabinets are typically floor-to-ceiling and can be used for storage of items such as brooms, mops, and cleaning supplies. They can also be used for storing food items and larger appliances. These normally have rollout drawer options.

Corner Cabinets

These cabinets are designed to fit in the corner of the kitchen and provide additional storage space and limit lost or wasted space. They are available in various styles, including diagonal and L-shaped, and can be either open or closed.

Glass Cabinets

These cabinets have glass doors and are designed to display decorative items or special dishes. They can be used in conjunction with other cabinet types to add a decorative element to the kitchen. Most glass door cabinets are prefinished interiors to match the door color and have lighting options for display purposes.

Open Shelving

Open shelves are a popular alternative to traditional cabinets and provide more of an open and airy feel to the kitchen. They can be used to display decorative items, cookbooks, and dishes, or for everyday storage of kitchenware.