What happens next?
The cabinet-building process begins once you’ve ordered your cabinets, but the fun doesn’t stop there. Now it’s time for you and your designer to prepare your space for installation, which means demolition and, inevitably, some disruptions to your daily routine. Just remember: it’s for a good cause.
First, it’s out with the old! Start by removing your existing cabinetry, countertops, plumbing, and appliances to make room for your new cabinets. If necessary, you should also take this opportunity to remove flooring, walls, windows, or doors.
If you’d rather have a contractor take care of this step, talk to your designer. We can coordinate this process and hire additional help, like plumbers, electricians, and mechanics.
Check Your Progress
Before we keep going, make sure you’ve ordered these items:
All set? Let's keep going!
Then, it’s in with the new. Before your cabinets arrive, prepare the framework of your space: repair any drywall issues, and give the room a fresh coat of paint. You should also install any new flooring, lighting, and windows or casing.
Check Your Progress
Before we move on, make sure you’ve ordered:
- Plumbing and fixtures
- Under-cabinet lighting
Next stop: new cabinets!
When your custom cabinetry is finished, our expert installers will hand-deliver it to your home: undamaged and on time. They’re licensed and insured specialists, so rest assured that your cabinets will fit and function for years to come.
4. Finishing Touches
You’re getting closer! There are just a few items to finish up after we’ve installed your cabinets.
- Template and order countertops
- Install the backsplash
- Hook up your appliances
- Install any under-cabinet lighting
The moment you've been waiting for.
When everything has come together, take a step back and appreciate the work you’ve done. It’s been a long road, but you’ve finally made it to the end! All that’s left is to enjoy the space you’ve created.
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