If I have damaged something, is it possible to buy replacement pieces?

We can certainly order you replacement parts.  Just let us know what style of cabinet you ordered, the size of the cabinet, and what part you need and we’ll give you a quote.

Can I remove pieces to clean them?

Most doors can be removed if you need to take them down to clean them.  Frameless cabinets have a mechanism on the back of the cabinet-end of the hinge that releases the door and hinge from a mounting plate.  Framed cabinets do not have this mechanism and should not be removed.  They can be adjusted with a screwdriver, if necessary.

Shelves can be lifted out, and the shelf holders can be moved to adjust the shelves.

Drawers can be removed by grabbing them on either side and pinching a mechanism that attaches the drawers to the slides.  Set the drawer back down, a little farther forward, and pull the slides forward until they click back in.

How can I maintain my cabinetry and countertop?

Treat your cabinetry like furniture; close the drawers with your hands, don’t let water sit in the cabinets, don’t pull on the doors, and remember that wood can scratch or dent if it’s mistreated.

Quartz and Granite countertops are pretty easy maintenance.  Maintain the finish by not using abrasive cleaners and by using hot-pads and cutting boards.  Maintain the colour by cleaning up spills right away.  Granite is naturally porous and should be sealed occasionally.  The frequency will depend on the sealant, so be sure and read the bottle for direction.

Do not stand on stone countertop- even quartz.  Excessive weight can cause even stone to crack.

Laminate countertops are easy to clean, but make sure the joints are kept dry and that you use hot pads to protect the surface.  Hot pans can burn and bubble the laminate.

How can I clean my wood doors?

Do not use strong or abrasive cleaners on wood doors.  The best way to clean them is with a clean damp cloth and some mild cleanser like hand soap.  Wipe up spills right away, and clean the doors regularly to avoid greasy build-up from cooking.