Frequently Asked Questions

How does the process work?

After we have done the designs and you approve the proposal a deposit gets you on the schedule. A 50% deposit is due before we start ordering your supplies. We will set an install date and the balance of the total is due when everything is completed.

When do I need to have everything picked out?

We will work with you on decisions. We will let you know in advance when we need stain colors, handles, counter top etc.

I’m having trouble making up my mind, now what?

We want you to love your new kitchen, we will help you and give you the time you need.

What kind of wood do you use?

Anything with leaves. Or almost. We can get wood from almost anywhere so we have options.

What kind of counter tops do you use?

We highly recommend Cambria, Quartz counter tops. We can also do Granite, Soapstone, and for the budget conscious we do HD Wilsonart laminate as well.

When do I need to buy my appliances?

As long as you have them picked out and the model numbers sent to us before we start actually building we are good. If you change your mind and we have to rebuild something we will charge an hourly rate for the change labor.

Can you install my range hood?

Yes. If it is there when we complete the job we will install it for you at no charge. If it is not on site during our install we will charge a fee to come back and install.

Can you install my dishwasher?

We can put it in place but we cannot hook up the water or electric (unless it is a plug in).

Do I have to find a sink and faucet?

We provide and install under mount stainless sinks.

We do have access to most faucets. If you pick one out we can probably order it for you. Or you can get one yourself as long as it is on scene before install date. But don’t buy cheap. Good kitchen faucets are expensive, but they are worth it.

Can you hook up the sink?

Sorry, you will need to call a plumber to do that, or do it yourself.

What about handles or knobs?

We provide a full range of hardware for you to choose from.

Does the new floor need to be done first?

That depends on the type of floor. All laminates and floating floors need to go in afterwards. Real hardwoods, ceramic tile, and vinyl floors can go in before the cabinets.

How long does it take to get my new kitchen?

That all depends on our schedule. Sometimes a month sometimes a lot more. But it’s never to early to start.