Frequently Asked Questions
The investment required to remodel cabinets and/or countertops in any living space or commercial space varies based on several factors such as whether you retain your existing footprint or design a new layout, keep any appliances in place or move them, your cabinets selections for door style, wood species, finishes, and other considerations such as flooring, countertops, lighting, plumbing, appliances and installation services.
We start with informing our clients about the process, products, and start recommending design concepts to bring your vision to life. A consultation with us is the most important step to a remodel project or getting cabinets in your new home or commercial space. We will work to understand what you want to accomplish in your space, then recommend a design, and guide you through the process of how to get there. We offer a free initial consultation to gather the information needed for our process. We have options available if you need help gathering approximate measurements of your space. We will we do a design consultation when we show you drawings and concepts. If you decide you would like to move forward there is a retainer fee which will be applied toward your purchase should you decide to complete your project with The Cabinet Gallery. The fee covers our designers time to start creating a more complete design with you. You will also receive the drawings and layouts.
The Cabinet Gallery dedicated to making the process as easy as possible. We accept cash, check, ACH payments, and credit cards. Financing options will be available in the future.
Our showroom hours vary. Please contact us via phone or email first. We can meet with you any time by appointment as well.
Yes, we do offer special pricing to contractors and builders. We have worked with many builders for over 40 years now!
At The Cabinet Gallery we offer a more personalized approach than the Home Centers. We are family owned and have been in business for decades. Our owners are hands on and involved in the daily operations as well as being involved in the community. Our sales and design team will personally lead you through the job from start to completion.
We offer a large variety of cabinets from top manufactures. Materials used include wood, engineered wood, wood veneers, and rigid thermofoil.
We do provide Electricians and Plumbers but you are more than welcome to hire your own.
Every selection will impact the overall cost, and several cabinetry-related factors will impact the cost as well. Wood species selection (cherry, maple etc.), door style (shaker, raised panel etc), and finish options (glazed, paint etc) can dramatically change the cost up or down.
I want to replace my cabinetry but I just installed new floors. Can I redo my kitchen but keep the same floor?
Of course. We can duplicate the same “footprint” without having to touch the floor in most instances. At the same time we can make design and storage changes by reconfiguring the components. For example, fitting a Lazy Susan cabinet in a corner where there was a blind corner base.
We have semi-custom and custom cabinetry. All cabinetry is made per project, not pulled from stock. Our manufacturers have both standard and custom sizes.
Framed cabinets have a face frame where the doors are considered inset, standard overlay, or full overlay. Inset doors are flush with frame of the cabinet. Standard doors overlay the frame, leaving up to 1 1/2” reveal compared to the 1/8” to1/4” reveal with full overlay doors. Framed cabinets tend to look more traditional. Frameless cabinetry constructed without the face frame allows full, easier access to the interior of the cabinet. About 90% of consumers today choose frameless cabinetry. While frameless cabinetry used to be considered contemporary it now is seen as clean and elegant when paired with a traditional door style or finish.
We do offer demolition and tear out services. If we are unavailable to assist with this we try to direct you to a licensed and reputable team.
Of course! Let your contractor know your intentions. In fact, have them call and visit with us.
MDF cabinets doors are easy to clean, don’t fade easily, are sturdy and strong, have a flat, smooth surface, and can easily be painted or varnished. Because MDF doesn’t have the natural look of wood (with knots, rings, etc.), it provides a more sleek, modern look.
Engineered wood includes wood products that are made by binding particles, fibers, or veneers of wood together with adhesives to form composite materials. Engineered products are made from the same woods used to make lumber. Whole logs are typically used for veneers.