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I'll hire them back in a heartbeat. Raoul and "
I hadn't planned to have custom made cabinets, but I am very glad I did and I felt that their price was good for the quality of wood and construction. They would have included a free standard size stainless steel or acrylic sink if I had wanted it."
of the tougher parts (fixing badly damaged doors, refinishing a part of the woodwork that was hard to reach because it had big rocks abutting it in an irregular shape, re-veneering a few places). We got a bid from another company. The person who came by for them and did the bid was nice, but was not the person who would be doing the work. It made a difference for me, as they couldn't tell me exactly how they would handle these tough spots. The bids were close in price, so I decided to go with
The work went from Monday - Friday, with the kitchen being usable by Friday. They came back the following Monday for some final touch-up. This was a big job involving a lot of hands-on work. At one point, 6 workers were at the house. They start out by masking every thing off and enclosing their work areas with plastic to minimize the impact on the rest of the house. (For the most part, the masking worked great - I'd say 98% of the dust was contained. Impressive given what an inherently messy process this is.) They then stripped and sanded every single surface and applied new veneers to some areas. They then applied the stain and finish coats and then reinstalled the drawer fronts and doors. As for the color,
The crew was great - polite, respectful, and cheerful despite part of the work being pretty tedious. I can't say enough nice things about them. I was very comfortable with having them at our house. They clearly take great pride in what they do and care about customer service. A special shout out goes to
Odds and Ends:
Stripping/sanding/refinishing cabinets is a big job. It means laying hand on every single square inch of wood in your kitchen. Even with the most meticulous technique and attention to detail, there will be little spots here and there that need touch up. Look at every surface carefully and don't be afraid to point these out - they'll make it right.
I think the best measure of a company is how they deal with problems that arise. A glass cabinet door got damaged during reinstall. Stuff like this happens on any job. They understandably tried to see if they could fix it first - the repair was just OK, and clearly didn't match the quality of the rest of the job. It's a very visible door in a high traffic area and I wasn't happy with how it looked. It happened on the very last day, and I braced myself for a discussion about what to do about it. Before I got any stress, they said they'd take the door away and make it right. Bottom line - they're getting a replacement door from the original cabinet maker and staining it so that it matches exactly. I haven't received it yet, but
The Final Product:
Overall, I couldn't be happier. We are picky customers, and are lucky enough to live in a very nice home. Our standards are pretty high and we are very pleased. The water-damaged cabinets truly detracted form the rest of the home. At a fraction of the cost/and hassle of replacing cabinet's, we've got a terrific looking kitchen. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this process or "
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