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Custom Casework Cabinets


Custom casework cabinets are the obvious choice when your client is looking for a high-end look and seamless design for any room. Ready-made cabinets are built by piecing together standard cabinet sizes and fillers, creating a look that often falls flat. Even if you’re ordering your pre-made casework cabinets from a luxury showroom, you still won’t be able to customize them to the degree your client would like. You may end up waiting several months just to get the cabinets which could make you miss deadlines. Our industry-leading 5-7 day turnaround time makes it easy to get the cabinets you need when you need them. No matter what the requests are, your client’s vision can come to life with our custom cabinets specially crafted for the dimensions and style of the room. They can be made in any style, color, or size, and they’ll fit perfectly within the space every time.

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We’re experts in creating a wide range of cabinets. We manufacture cabinets for kitchens, bonus rooms, closets, or any other purpose. We manufacture frameless components that are easy to assemble in no time at all. You can also order any other materials you need to finish your project with custom cabinets, including drawer fronts, doors, banded panels, and more.

  • Frameless Cabinet Construction

    While framed cabinets come in many overlay styles, frameless cabinets are always made in full overlay style, which creates a flush and seamless appearance. These cabinets pair well with modern and minimalist design, thanks to the sleek look. Cabinet front panels can be painted any color or stained as natural wood. You can later add a face frame if your client so desires. This makes frameless cabinets very versatile.

    Frameless cabinet construction is different from framed cabinetry, but both options provide equal quality and durability. As we mentioned earlier, frameless cabinets are built without a face frame, meaning there is a wider opening and room for a wider drawer box. The cabinets are constructed using furniture board panels, wooden dowels, and durable wood glue.

  • Easy to Install Modular Closet Cabinet Systems

    A modular closet system is an ideal option if you’re looking for a closet solution that is convenient, streamlined, and of supreme quality. Modular closets consist of many custom closet cabinets that can be arranged and rearranged to meet your client’s unique needs.

    Because custom closet cabinets are made specifically for your space, you’ll always get exactly what you’re looking for, even if you receive a unique request. This means quicker installation time than traditional closet systems that require more onsite tools and materials. Modular closet systems stand the test of time and allow for maximum storage space in a simplified fashion. Though today’s wardrobes are often overflowing with clothing and accessories, it’s easier than ever to organize it all in a modular closet system.

    How To Choose Custom Closet Cabinets

    While endless options are amazing, they can also make it a little difficult to nail down exactly what your client wants to order. When choosing closet cabinets, be sure to have them consider their specific purpose, what they will contain, the size of the room, and how the cabinets will flow with the rest of the space.

  • Custom Cabinet Materials

    Some cabinets are made from partial wood, while others are made from non-wood options like laminate or melamine. Learning about the different custom cabinet material types can help you narrow in on the best option for your client’s space. Here are a few of the most common cabinet material types today:

    • Particleboard: This type of cabinet is made by adhering wood particles together to make one seamless board. Many cabinet shelves and boxes are made from particleboard, then covered in veneer to get the look of solid wood.
    • Medium-density fiberboard (MDF): MDF is another popular alternative to solid wood cabinetry. The material is made by using adhesive to attach wood fibers together to create a hefty board.
    • Plywood: This type of cabinet is made of sliced wood that is layered together to make one thick board. It’s an option that is usually more expensive than particleboard or MDF.
    • Laminate: Polymer resins and paper are fused together to form a laminate, another popular material that is usually used over the surface of particleboard or other wood-like cabinets.
  • Frameless

    Frameless Cabinet Construction

    While framed cabinets come in many overlay styles, frameless cabinets are always made in full overlay style, which creates a flush and seamless appearance. These cabinets pair well with modern and minimalist design, thanks to the sleek look. Cabinet front panels can be painted any color or stained as natural wood. You can later add a face frame if your client so desires. This makes frameless cabinets very versatile.

    Frameless cabinet construction is different from framed cabinetry, but both options provide equal quality and durability. As we mentioned earlier, frameless cabinets are built without a face frame, meaning there is a wider opening and room for a wider drawer box. The cabinets are constructed using furniture board panels, wooden dowels, and durable wood glue.

  • Closets

    Easy to Install Modular Closet Cabinet Systems

    A modular closet system is an ideal option if you’re looking for a closet solution that is convenient, streamlined, and of supreme quality. Modular closets consist of many custom closet cabinets that can be arranged and rearranged to meet your client’s unique needs.

    Because custom closet cabinets are made specifically for your space, you’ll always get exactly what you’re looking for, even if you receive a unique request. This means quicker installation time than traditional closet systems that require more onsite tools and materials. Modular closet systems stand the test of time and allow for maximum storage space in a simplified fashion. Though today’s wardrobes are often overflowing with clothing and accessories, it’s easier than ever to organize it all in a modular closet system.

    How To Choose Custom Closet Cabinets

    While endless options are amazing, they can also make it a little difficult to nail down exactly what your client wants to order. When choosing closet cabinets, be sure to have them consider their specific purpose, what they will contain, the size of the room, and how the cabinets will flow with the rest of the space.

  • Materials

    Custom Cabinet Materials

    Some cabinets are made from partial wood, while others are made from non-wood options like laminate or melamine. Learning about the different custom cabinet material types can help you narrow in on the best option for your client’s space. Here are a few of the most common cabinet material types today:

    • Particleboard: This type of cabinet is made by adhering wood particles together to make one seamless board. Many cabinet shelves and boxes are made from particleboard, then covered in veneer to get the look of solid wood.
    • Medium-density fiberboard (MDF): MDF is another popular alternative to solid wood cabinetry. The material is made by using adhesive to attach wood fibers together to create a hefty board.
    • Plywood: This type of cabinet is made of sliced wood that is layered together to make one thick board. It’s an option that is usually more expensive than particleboard or MDF.
    • Laminate: Polymer resins and paper are fused together to form a laminate, another popular material that is usually used over the surface of particleboard or other wood-like cabinets.
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