Our Process

Call for Measure Appointment

We will set an appointment based on availability for one of our staff to meet you  so that we may obtain the measurements required to meet your needs and to check the space where your additions/changes are to be made.  

Review the Plans

Our office staff will provide you with both a line drawing which will contain the measurements and a 3D  illustration of what your project would look like.  From these plans, you would work with our staff to make any and all changes to your specifications.  Once the design is approved, you would then be provided with your estimate.

Your Estimate

You will be provided with an estimate based on the current approved design.  You must keep in mind that ANY changes to the design MAY result in CHANGES TO YOUR ESTIMATE.  Once you have approved both the design and estimate and have signed off, we will need a 30% deposit in order to begin the ordering process.  The estimated time line that has been provided for you regarding installation begins when the deposit has been received.

The Ordering Process

Once your deposit has been received we will begin to order your doors, drawer fronts, dove tail drawer boxes, custom paint and/or stain and any upgrades requested by you.  Once these orders have been processed, ANY changes to your design will result in upgrade costs to your estimate.

Construction of Your Project

Our jobs are constructed in date order based on when you paid your deposit.  The exception to this is New Construction.  Due to time restraints placed on contractors from lending institutions, New Constructions have priority.  

Once construction is completed, your cabinets are placed in the lineup for our finishing department.  

Finish and Installation

In most instances, it takes about a week for our finisher to prep, paint and assemble a set of cabinets.  During this process, we will call and set up an installation appointment.  

Upon completion of your installation, our installers will provide you with an invoice at which time payment in full is expected.