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quote was delivered at the time of the first visit; cabinets were ordered, delivered and installed as promised. Very high quality product.
- Kim J.
The manufacturer refused to help us and wanted to deal with the original installers, who were out of business. Provider name locked. went above and beyond to assist us; she stayed on top of the situation, and always followed up with me concerning the status of the parts. We even used Southwest to get everything installed. I will be using this company in the future if I need anything else for my cabinets.- Anne M. B.
Provider name locked. came to our home to evaluate our kitchen and give us a bid on the work, which he was able to do on the spot. We also got a bid from a cabinetmaker, who does not do refacing, for replacement of the cabinets. This bid was considerably lower than the one from Provider name locked. , but the materials they specified would not have been at the same level of quality, and the job would have entailed considerable complication, coordination, inconvenience, risk, and additional expense, with other contractors having to undertake removing and reinstalling our granite countertops, which we wanted to keep. So we decided to go with refacing, which would not impact the granite in any way.
Provider name locked. returned to make extensive careful measurements for everything that would be needed, placed his order with the company in Wisconsin that actually builds the doors and drawer fronts, and set a date for installation several weeks away, when he expected to have received the finished product from the factory. We arranged to have him do the installation (Provider name locked. does all the finicky finish work of fitting the doors and drawers and veneering the exposed cabinet parts, which he estimated would require nearly three full days of work), while we were away, and for us to return to inspect the work and make final payment the day he completed it, and we gave him a deposit for half of the contracted amount.
In the meantime, one of the appliances in our kitchen died (a two-drawer, under-counter refrigerator unit). We ordered a replacement of a different brand (Sub-Zero) that would require custom drawer fronts matching our cabinets. Once we received that unit, Provider name locked. again returned to measure carefully for the fronts, and submitted an (expedited) order to Wisconsin for them to be built.
Everything went exactly as planned and described by Provider name locked. . We did our part before leaving town, removing everything from all the cabinets and drawers and countertops as he had requested. He showed up a couple of days after we left on vacation, exactly as promised, having stayed in communication with us and confirmed the arrangements with a couple of calls. We talked by phone again the day before we returned, and he confirmed he would in fact be finished with the job on the following day as promised.
The kitchen was absolutely beautiful: completely transformed visually, even though essentially all the cabinets were the same as before. It looked like a completely different (and much classier and more expensive) kitchen. It was a somewhat challenging job for Provider name locked. (I know because I have built cabinets myself): Euro-style cabinets with demanding tolerances for uniform gaps between doors and drawers, concealed hinges. His workmanship (he does it all himself) was absolutely superb. He takes unabashed pride in the quality of his work, and rightly so.
The add-on of the refrigerator drawer-fronts required Provider name locked. to return to install them a week or so later, as the expedited order still did not quite arrive before the main installation, but that was a very quick job, and again performed exactly when and how promised.
The only thing that I could begin to describe as unsatisfactory is the surprise we got at the cost of the additional custom drawer fronts. It turns out that their price more or less doubled because Provider name locked. made it a special expedited order, a fact that he did not share with us in advance. Faced with this considerable increase (a difference of about $200), we might have decided not to expedite and simply to live with naked drawer fronts a couple of weeks longer. Then again, we might not have.
All in all, we are very pleased with our decision and with our selection of Provider name locked. . If your kitchen cabinets are dated and you want to update the look of your kitchen, but are basically happy with the kitchen cabinet layout, this is really a great option compared to replacing all of the cabinets. You can keep the appliances you have, or update them too (assuming basically they stay the same size and location); the same goes for the countertops. And you can't go wrong with the service and craftsmanship of Provider name locked. at Provider name locked. .
- David T.