Custom Cabinets

Why Choose Custom Cabinets?

Stock cabinets are what you find in home improvement showrooms. Stores generally feature a very standard, unfinished cabinet line that is available to buy and take home that day. These types of are commonly the cheapest option, but choices are limited and they often will need to be finished. Stock cabinets are cabinets in a simple form. Drawer fronts are generally made from glued strips of wood as opposed to one individual piece of wood. Doors are usually paneled doors rather than raised wood panel doors. The cabinets may commonly be cut from particle board, and assuming that there is a back panel it is typically 1/8″ hard-board. Countertop fastening brackets will be little plastic corner brackets with a single screw opening for fastening to the countertop.

Stock cabinets are offered in limited sizes, typically in 6″ increments, while custom cabinets are offered in 3″ increments. This is essential when it pertains to the overall configuration of your kitchen area. You will typically need fillers and end panels to have a completed look. The end of each cabinet that is exposed will need to be finished to go with the front of the cabinets. This will involve trimming and fitting finished panels onto the cabinet. However, if your cabinets will be from wall to wall, this will not be a concern.

A level over stock cabinets would be ordering them from a home improvement store. The quality will certainly be much better than stock cabinets, but your options when ordering are still limited. Expect to encounter laminated interiors in white or maple color, solid wood drawers and doors, as well as improvements like soft close hinges and drawer slides. These cabinets arrive finished and ready to install. Typically, these will be offered in 3″ increments, generally varying from 12 inches wide to 36 or even 48 inches wide. Doors and drawer faces are available in different styles and shades, but several options are also limited. The cabinets will still be 1/2″ thick and 1/8″ to 1/4″ thick on the cabinet backsides.

The next alternative is semi-custom cabinets that are typically supplied by specialty stores. You will have the ability to select the color, finish, style of doors and drawers, along with upgrades such as ball bearing slides and soft close hinges. It typically includes any fillers or pieces that may be required in order to install the cabinets. Even though you can choose within many possibilities, you once again are limited to what is offered.

Custom Cabinets will be the very best top quality cabinets that you can get. A cabinet business will go to your home and take the dimensions themselves and will design a practical layout according to your specifications. Since each cabinet needs to be crafted one at a time, the quality will be considerably high. A custom cabinet will typically be made out of 5/8″ or 3/4″ material, whether it’s a laminate material for ease of cleaning, or hardwood plywood. This will be noticeably sturdier compared to particle board or medium density fiber-board. For cabinet backsides you will typically see 1/2″ thick material, with thicker areas expressly created for mounting screws. The tops will also include a countertop fastening section at the front and back of base cabinets. The only limitations are your creativity and budget. Nearly anything is possible because your cabinets will be created specifically for you. You have options such as pull-out slides, garbage organizers, limitless hardware choices, pantry organizers, and much more. Even though custom cabinets are more expensive, you can design and obtain precisely what you desire, rather than settling for what is available.

The last factor to take into consideration is the countertops. There are many options available from natural stone, like granite and marble to engineered stone. The professional staff at Fayetteville Granite Countertopshas the knowledge and experience to help you find the perfect stone and the lowest price around.

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