Cabinetry and Countertop Options
The Kitchen Gallery offers many products related to the remodeling of a kitchen and bathroom. We also often help with closet systems, entertainment centers and home offices. Anything that has to do with cabinets and countertops.
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It starts with cabinets, below is a list of a few cabinet manufacturers we represent and their respective website links:
Canyon Creek Cabinetry — full custom cabinet line out of Monroe, Washington. Offers framed, frame-less and inset cabinetry. Delivery about six weeks. Lifetime warranty. CLICK HERE for a link to Canyon Creek’s Kitchen Planning Guide. I would suggest scanning over this document to get an understanding of the various options cabinet manufacturers offer homeowners.
StarMark Cabinetry — full custom cabinet line out of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Offers framed and inset cabinetry. Delivery about five weeks. Lifetime warranty. Door Styles Available Door Styles PDF Inset Cabinetry
Norcraft Cabinetry — semi-custom cabinet line out of Eagan, Minnesota. Offers framed cabinetry. Delivery about three to four weeks. Lifetime warranty.
Door Style Brochure
Ideas Brochure 2
Video Demonstrating Norcraft Cabinet Construction
RiverRun Cabinetry — stock cabinet line out of Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Offers framed cabinetry. Delivery about two weeks. 10 year warranty.
Aristokraft Cabinetry — stock cabinet line. Offers framed cabinetry. Delivery about two weeks. 5 year warranty.
Wolf Classic Cabinetry — stock cabinet line. Offers framed cabinetry. Delivery about a week. 5 year warranty.
Popular countertop options include laminate, butcher block, granite, quartz and acrylic. Helpful websites are listed below:
Wilsonart — laminate countertop options.
Formica — laminate countertop options.
Hartson-Kennedy — laminate countertop options.
Cambria — quartz material and is not porous like granite. It has rock in it and is bound together in a resin so it is man made.
Silestone — this is a quartz material and is not porous like granite. It has rock in it and is bound together in a resin so it is man made.
Corian — acrylic non-porous man made material.
LG Hi-Max — this material is like Corian (it is an acrylic material). It is not porous at all and the seams are invisible.
Boston Granite Exchange — this is where you look at full slabs of granite. Then best way to select granite is not from a small sample. You would plan on looking and selecting the slab of material that goes in your home. They are located at One Parkridge Road in Haverhill, Massachusetts.
Curava Recycled Glass — like quartz but glass chips are inside the material.
Ferguson — plumbing fixtures. There is a branch location at 126 Bridge Street in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Phone is 603-436-3550. Let them know the Kitchen Gallery sent you.
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