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Explore the Possibilities

We know how important it is to provide our customers with a wider variety of options based on unique and individual design criteria's.  That is why we carry some of the widest available options for semi custom cabinets that you'll find.  Typically, semi-custom cabinets allows more flexibility with door styles and finishes than stock lines offer.  You also get to choose from a wider array of catalog options for cabinets types than you would find with a stock line.  Within the semi-custom offering, you will find some standard finishes offered, as well as the capability of fully custom Sherwin Williams paint finishes.  Production times are usually longer for semi-custom lines, but you it's well worth the wait for that fully customized look.

Choose from our two cabinet construction types.
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Framed Box Construction

By far, the most common type of cabinet box construction, sometimes referred to as "American Style", framed cabinets refers to the face frame attached to the front of the cabinet box.  This face frame provides strength to the cabinet box.  Browse through to learn more about our framed cabinets, and the pros and cons vs frameless cabinet construction.

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Frameless (Euro) Box Construction

Frameless cabinets have been growing in popularity in the US over the last decade.  This method of cabinet construction originated in Europe.  As the name suggests, frameless cabinet boxes do not have a face frame attached to the box.  Browse through to learn more about our frameless cabinets, and the pros and cons vs framed cabinet construction.

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