Kitchen cabinets can make or break a kitchen.
We’ve all seen it before: a beautiful kitchen but it has worn out, dated, and chipped cabinets. Maybe this reminds you of your kitchen. If it does, don’t worry, we can fix it.
When it comes to kitchen remodeling and renovation in the state of NJ, kitchen cabinets are our bread and butter.
You deserve cabinets that not only add to the visual appeal of your kitchen, but make storing your dishes, utensils, and pans easier. That’s why we specialize in creating custom cabinets based on the style and space we’re working with so that you not only get a better kitchen cabinet but you also have more room in general.
You can get started today by filling out the short form on this page or continue reading to learn more about our cabinets and our process.
Benefits of updating kitchen cabinets
The benefits of updating your cabinets are endless. Many of our past customers came to us because their current cabinets were worn to the point that they could barely be opened. Maybe your cabinets aren’t that bad but they still might need to be updated.
Think of it like this… An entire newly remodeled kitchen could cost tens of thousands of dollars. New cabinets for your kitchen could completely update the look of your kitchen at a fraction of what it’d cost to remodel (or even renovate).
Beyond the cost savings, like we mentioned before, you’ll have more space to work with. If you’re running out of room with your appliances, like many of us are, updating your cabinets could give you 20% - 30% more room to use for any items you wish.
Lastly, your kitchen is often the most frequented room in your home. Whether it’s family or friends, you want guests to be enamored with the way you keep your kitchen. New cabinets can help.
Types of kitchen cabinets
Kitchen cabinets come in all shapes and sizes. The ones we install for you are based on your personal preference and current style of your kitchen. Below is a look at some of the styles we offer.
- Face Frame Kitchen Cabinets: These are a traditional style of cabinet that have a frame style on the front of each door. Often, the hinges of face frame cabinets are on the inside of the cabinet.
- Frameless: As the name suggests, these are the opposite of Face Frame cabinets. Frameless kitchen cabinets offer your kitchen a minimalistic look that works very well with modern homes.
- Glass Door Cabinet: One of the best ways to add some variation to your cabinets is by adding glass. Not every cabinet needs to be glass but by adding one or two flagship cabinets, you can really diversify your kitchen and make it look much more unique.
- Raised Panel: Sometimes confused with face frame cabinets, raised panels add another layer to the cabinet face rather than just a frame. These types of cabinets are often found in traditional and colonial style kitchens because of their rustic look.
Beyond the four cabinet styles mentioned above, we also do custom jobs. We have the ability to create cabinets from nearly every material available.
What we pride ourselves on and what makes us different from every other kitchen cabinet installer in New Jersey is the fact that we work hard to not only provide you with a kitchen design that exceeds your expectations, we also work within your budget. Not only that, if you cannot afford the cabinets you
We realized a long time ago that the process of searching for the right kitchen cabinets and finding someone to install them can be incredibly confusing. We’re here to make it as simple and as painless as possible. From the moment you contact us to the moment we install the last cabinet, our goal is to make everything work seamlessly.
How do you get started? It’s simple. Click here and fill out this short form. We’ll respond within 24 hours to set-up your free consultation where we’ll go over your cabinet preferences and show you which styles we have in stock. If there is anything you like that we don’t currently have in stock, we’ll order it ASAP.