Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What type of cabinet manufacturers do you offer?
A: We offer three product levels to fit everyone’s budget; a stock line, a semi-custom, and a full custom line.

Q: What types of wood species do you offer?
A: It varies between each manufacturer, here are some of the species available: alder, cherry, hickory, maple, pine, red oak, white oak and walnut.

Q: Will wood species and finish affect the price of the cabinets?
A: Yes, in addition to wood species, there are many options to choose like door style, paint, glazes, artistic finishes, accessories and hardware that can affect the cost of your kitchen.

Q: Do you sell countertops?
A: Yes, many different materials including Dupont Corian, Wilsonart Laminate, Granite and Quartz.

Q: Do you provide installation?
A: Yes, we install what we sell, cabinets and countertops. We are happy to provide you with a quote on installation. You are also welcome to use your own installer. We are not a general contracting company. If the scope of you project exceeds cabinets and countertops, we are happy to recommend one of our contractors to give you a quote directly.

Q: How far and what areas do you service?
A: We generally work within a 50 mile radius of our showroom in Cream Ridge.

Q: Do you sell appliances?
A: No, but we have worked very closely with a few appliance dealers in the area for many years. We’d be happy to recommend them to you.

Q: What are your payment terms?
A: A 50% deposit of either cash or a check is due before the order is placed. The balance of the job is due upon delivery of the cabinets.

Q: What do I need before I come in to meet with a designer?
A: It’s a good idea to bring in dimensions of your space so we can begin working on my layout ideas.Click here and we’ll show you how to measure. Once you decide on a layout, a designer will come to your home and measure before the order is placed. Click here for a list of things you should bring when you visit our showroom.

Q: Do I need an appointment?
A: You are welcome to stop by the showroom anytime to browse. However, we do recommend you call ahead to make an appointment if you’d like to sit down with a designer. The showroom gets very busy, and often our designers are out measuring jobs. We always want to make sure someone is available to answer all of your questions.