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Kitchen & Bath

Kitchen and Bath Cabinets & Countertops

Let us help you design the kitchen and bath that matches your vision and your budget. We provide kitchen and bath services, from floor to ceiling. Our team of experts work closely with you - getting to know your vision, and taking you through our array of quality products to bring your style to life. People value our friendly, knowledgeable service... including open and transparent pricing throughout the process.



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Quality Cabinets From Trusted Brands


From entry-level value cabinetry to semi-custom and

custom designs, we offer a world of options - including

cabinets that feature furniture quality finishes, dovetail

joints and quality craftsmanship. *Brands include Omega,

 KitchenCraft, Decora, Diamond, Kemper, Aristokraft, Norcraft,

Echelon, Schrock and Bellmont.

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Beautiful Countertops To Meet Any Need

Whether it's part of an entire renovation, or you're

simply hoping to replace countertops that have

begun to wear (or wear out their welcome), we

can help you select the best material based on your needs. 

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Finishing Touches To Complete The Project

To accompany cabinets and countertops, our

kitchen and bath collection includes accessory

lines of hardware, backsplashes, sinks, plumbing,

fixtures and lighting. *Brands include Design House,

Soci, Hardware Resources, Top Knobs, Amerock and Atlas. 





Cabinet Construction

Which height, size and build type meets your needs?



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Build Type


Stock Cabinets:  Stock cabinets are a great

option for smaller budgets.

These cabinets are available in

standard sizes and are already assembled,

but still need to be ordered to the store.

They are generally constructed

with furniture board or plywood with

a decorative overlay. We are pleased

to offer attractive styles of stock cabinets

at affordable prices.



Semi-Custom Cabinets: Semi-custom cabinets are the

mid-range option. They are available in a wider range

of sizes, depth, width and height can be

altered. Semi-custom cabinets can range

from stock cabinets with custom

doors to specialty cabinets with

customized materials or finishes.




Custom Cabinets: Custom cabinets are the

highest-end option and offer the greatest

range of style and dimension. These

cabinets are made to

your exact specifications and can

suit even the most unique spaces

giving you greater flexibility when it

comes to choosing material,

finish and size. Custom cabinets are

often hand built and all

are of superior construction. 


Height and Sizing


Standard Cabinets: Standard cabinets, also

called base cabinets, run along the bottom

of a room and come up 36 inches, but this

can be altered on custom or semi-custom

cabinets. They are often used as the base

for a countertop and are elevated on a

recessed riser called a toe kick. Depending

on the brand, toe kicks can be removed

for a furniture look. 


Wall Cabinets: Wall cabinets, also called upper

cabinetry, run along the top of a room.

Height will vary on these. 


Tall Cabinets: Tall cabinets can be used

as broom storage or for pantry space.

They are typically 83.5 inches in height

and run from floor to higher than standing height.


Specialty Units: Specialty units include things

like corner cabinets, suspended cabinets, bottle

racks, hutches or fronts for a sink or cook top.

Specialty cabinets maximize organization

efforts within your available space.


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Countertop Materials

What's The Best Option For You?



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Granite, marble, limestone and onyx countertops

are very popular with homeowners because of

their beautiful look, durability and resistance to

heat and scratching. Because stone is a natural

product, no two slabs are identical. It’s the swirls,

veining and variations that combine to make stone

a unique yet affordable option. Minimal maintenance

is required to keep stone looking as good as the day

it was installed. Be sure to properly seal and clean as needed. 



The most economical option, laminate countertops

are available in a large array of styles, colors and finishes

ranging from textured which features enhanced stone

patterns to embossing which matches wood visuals.

Today’s laminates are also more durable than ever.

However, laminate is not heat-resistant and is

susceptible to scratching, so you’ll need to use trivets

and cutting boards.

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Quartz is a low-maintenance countertop option.

Quartz countertops are stain-resistant, typically

heat-resistant and acid resistant. Quartz countertops are also non-porous, meaning they do not need to be sealed. Since quartz countertops are man-made, the design possibilities are endless.

Butcher Block


If you do a lot of prep and cooking in your kitchen,

wood is the ideal surface. Butcher block countertops

act as a built-in cutting board. When the wood is properly sealed, you can chop and prep right on the surface. Wood countertops are available in many different patterns and colorways.

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