We Are Columbus' Best Home improvement & Remodeling Firm and We Don't Stop at Kitchen Cabinets
The majority of our all-wood cabinets include the following with no additional upgrade charge
- Solid Hardwood Doors and Face Frames (on mostly all doors)
- 1/2″ Plywood construction including sides, tops and bottoms for lasting durability and strength
- 3/4″ Plywood Shelves
- Dovetail, Full Extension & Self Closure Drawers
- Color Matched Inside & Out
- European Concealed Hinges
- Partial and Full overlay
- Stainless Steel or Wooden Baskets in Lazy Susan
We offer many kitchen cabinets styles and colors for you to choose from. Browse our section below to discover cabinets that will breathe new life into your kitchen, while also increasing your home's value.
Kitchen Cabinet Options
Kitchen Cabinets Options
Today's cabinets include user-friendly options such as full extension roll-out shelves so you won't scrape your knuckles as you reach for items buried deep in back. Large drawers in base cabinets can hold pots, pans, and dry goods; they’re as popular as pull-out recycling bins. We can install built-in open-storage systems like wine racks and china displays look sharp even when empty.
Look and Feel
Light-colored woods, oak and maple make your kitchen seem brighter and larger. Darker woods like cherry and mahogany create a more dramatic, furniture-like effect. To give the cabinets less visual bulk, most manufacturers offer turned leg pieces that mimic the look of furniture. Door trim kits for appliances can unite a kitchen together visually. Ask us about compatibility and your options to create a unique cabinet for your kitchen.
Building Better Cabinets
High-quality cabinets have dovetail joints in the drawer boxes that must be tightly fitted and sealed.The box is the cabinet’s stability: the stronger the better. Box materials include medium-density fiberboard (MDF) and oriented strand board (OSB), but the best is plywood with dado or mortise joints and metal or wood corner braces for rigidity. Self-close drawers are easier to close and absorb the shock and abuse that standard cabinets drawers encounter.
Reuse and Recycle
Programs like Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores accept donations of cabinets for resale; most groups will even pick them up. If you choose, we can carefully remove the cabinets if you plan to donate them.