What’s better than a good book? A great bookcase that holds many of them
Find Top-Rated Baltimore Cabinet Makers
Angie's List helps you hire the best - and avoid the rest!
Cabinet Makers to Avoid
Top Rated Cabinet Makers
Prevent buyer's remorse with us
- Over 3 million people trust Angie's List to help make the right choice
- Be informed to avoid costly mistakes
- Shop with us to ensure a fair price
- Our complaint resolution team will help if a project goes bad
Over 14,114 reviews for
Baltimore Cabinet Makers from people just like you.
Shop, Search and Save from anywhere!
- Offers are exclusively provided by highly rated companies
- Angie’s List members have access to exclusive discounts on local services
- Shop, schedule, and stay on top of progress from any device
- Our 30 Day Refund Guarantee means you can buy with confidence!
Victoria's Marble & Granite LLC
Certified Electrical Technologies
Taylor Electric & Generator LLC
Over 2 million people trust Angie's List.
- Your Membership Includes:
- Instant access to top rated businesses covering 700+ services
- Our Complaint Resolution Team to help when a project goes bad
- On-the-go access to our iPhone, Android, & iPad apps
Access to trusted reviews, the best Cabinet Makers and exclusive discounts!
Real Member ReviewsMemberships allow Angie’s List to certify that all reviews are real reviews from real members—no fake, bogus, or anonymous reviews here!
DealsAngie’s List is a Community that you’ll use time after time. Research who to hire, learn tips and tricks, and consult with your neighbors
Instant Community AccessMembers can choose from tons of deals and discounts for projects they need to do, like 30% off exterior home painting!
Complaint ResolutionIf a project goes badly, Angie’s List has a complaint resolution team standing by to help you.
Local Articles in Baltimore
What bathroom couldn’t benefit from more cabinets to store cosmetics, medicine, toiletries and linens?
Homeowner ditches the cramped laundry room for custom built-in cabinets
This gorgeous kitchen proves you don’t have to spend big bucks to make a big impact
Not really. If the contractor is very careful and you are really lucky he might be able to pull them out and then reinstall them after the new cabinets are installed. A lot of this will have to do with how well the counters were installed in the first place. Also, the existing countertops may not line up with the new cabinets exactly in some areas as well as they do now. The better option is to have the cabinets refaced, leaving the boxes and tops in place. Unlless you have deteriorating particle board cabinets you should be able to get a carpenter to do this. If you decide to remove the countertops and install new cabinets factor in new tops and be pleasantly surprised if they can be reinstalled afterall. Realize you probably won't find a contractor willing to gurantee not damaging the tops. If you do, dig in and research him well. He likely doesn't have enough experience.
Todd's Home Services
San Antonio, TX
As long as the counter is big enough Corian is one of the easier ones to work with. Since it does not have the ground or crushed stone that some of the other material have you can work with normal woodworking tools. A saw with a fine tooth carbide blade and a professional grade router with the proper shaped carbde bit can be used if the edge needs finishing. A belt sander helps on cuts also. The only problem you might have is if you need the joint kits for seaming as I dont think you can buy them.
When Corian first came out I could buy the slabs and fabricate my own tops and then Dupont went to a certified distributor system and would no longer sell to those of us that had been working with it for years. I will admit that they did have reasons for this as not all that were working with the product were doing it right.
Cabinet Making reviews in Baltimore
They gave us the impression that our $1400 built in bookcase project was a "small project," and a low priority, which they'd squeeze in between larger, real money making projects. I respect that you have to make a living. They said that they were working on two kitchens (one just finishing up) and that they could begin our project in 6 weeks. About 2 1/2 weeks from the initial meeting we sent in our deposit. They informed me that due to my tardiness in sending the check in, they'd accepted another kitchen project and they would need to set our starting date back by an additional three weeks. We were really outraged, because we'd already waited six weeks and this WAS a small project. For two men it would be just 1-2 days of work. Also, we were planning to spend the summer in Germany ... and although we'd contacted them in March, now it looked like they wouldn't get the project done by the 3rd week of June before we left. They said that with the delay that they would probably still be able to get the project done just before we left, and again reiterated that everything was my fault because it had taken me too long to send the check in. Well, if they had made this clear I would have been happy to have written the check when they initially came to the house. And a week after they left they sent us a design and an estimate. So I can't see how sending a check 1 1/2 weeks after receiving the estimate (and three weeks before the construction was supposed to start) could in any way have caused a problem. In actuality, they'd gotten another sweet offer for a kitchen remodel and they'd just pushed us back again. So that they would be doing our bookcase a full 2 1/2 months after we'd contacted them. They knew that we were waiting for the bookcase to go in before we had our floors refinished and that we wanted this all done before our upcoming adoption of a
In any case, I did express my disappointment at the fact that it was taking so long, and how I wish that they had been up front with us about not having much time for small projects when we hired them. But we were still on target for the delayed new construction date, in June. Then, two weeks later, a letter comes in the mail. After making us wait MORE THAN TWO MONTHS for a
First, you know that you will be treated promptly with the utmost courtesy. Customer service is crucial to
In addition to customer service,
I love my new kitchen! It's better than what I imagined.
Cabinet Makers in Baltimore
Shop Local Cabinet Making Services in Baltimore
- Cabinet MakersVictoria's Marble & Granite LLCMember Price$99 $99VIEW
- Bathroom And Kitchen Remodeling ContractorsKS & D Home Improvement & ConstructionMember Price$150 $150VIEW
Join Angie's List to get the best local reviews in Baltimore .
- Instant access to reviews for 700+ services
- Exclusive service discounts - up to 70 percent off!
- Top-notch support from our live call center