Will somebody come out to my home to provide a design and quotation?

Generally, we ask that you visit our showroom first so that we can show you the range of products and find one that’s right for you.  If you bring initial measurements, we can design your kitchen in 3D on our computers and give you an accurate quotation.  If you decide to go ahead, don’t worry, we can come out and do the final measurements!

What else should I bring when I’m ready to order?

When it gets down to finalizing the order, we’ll need a bit more information.

We’ll need your appliance specs, the model numbers, or the measurements.

If you’re planning on putting lights in or under the cabinets we’ll need to know what kind and what your electrician needs from us to accommodate them.

If we’re installing your order, somebody will come out to do a final measure of your space.  Otherwise, we need the final measurements to make sure everything will fit.

What is involved in ordering cabinetry?

When you first visit our showroom, all you need to bring with you are the measurements of your space and some ideas as to what you’d like to see in your kitchen.  See below on how to measure your cabinetry.

At the showroom we will help you to choose a product that fits your project and budget.  Once a product is chosen, a kitchen designer will take your measurements and start to build your kitchen.  Depending on time and how big the project is the designer may be able to get an initial design right away, or they may need a couple of days.

From there, we fill in the details with you and give you a quotation for cabinetry.  We can also quote you on countertops and other products/services.

If you decide to go ahead with the order, we take a 50% deposit to place the order.  If we are installing your cabinetry, somebody will come out to measure the space and any final adjustments can be made.

Depending on what product you choose, the installation date can vary from 2-10 weeks.

What products do you sell?

In addition to cabinets, we sell counter tops, sinks, faucets, handles, hood fans, cooktops, and cabinet lighting and accessories.

Brands include:

TCE Hanstone Firstone Cambria Ceasarstone Silestone Wilsonart Quartz Arborite Formica Liberty Hardware Richelieu Rev-A-Shelf Green Image Tech Pearl Sinks Gemini Sinks Kruger Fotile

What is your cabinetry made of?

Our classic wood cabinetry features plywood boxes, maple dovetail drawer boxes, and doors made from an assortment of maple, beech, cherry, and some mdf components. St Martin cabinetry is made from ¾” plywood with solid maple dovetail drawer boxes, plywood shelves with solid wood end-caps, and doors made from maple, cherry, and alder woods. The modern flat doors use different technologies like lamination, thermo-structured surfaces, acrylic, and wood veneers.