Custom Cabinetry and Counter Tops
Colonial Kitchen & Bath Cabinetry, Inc.
Custom Kitchens, Kitchen Cabinetry, Bathroom Countertop
Colonial Kitchen & Bath Cabinetry, Inc. was founded 30 years ago and is based on family values. We employ three generations of family. Colonial Kitchen & Bath Cabinetry continues to be the oldest and largest custom cabinetry dealer in the Tri-County area.
Are you building a new home? Is the cabinetry layout on the blueprint to “generic” for you? Or are you remodeling the home you love?
Whichever scenario describes your life and home, we have a few suggestions.
A cabinetry purchase, whether it is for your new home or your existing home is a huge decision—not something to be approached rashly. There are many decisions to make: Change the layout? Don’t change the layout? What species of wood do you like? What colors do you like? What door styles? What hardware? What type of drawer slides? What type of countertop? In no time you may feel overwhelmed with the decisions you have to make.
No worries…visit our large showroom and speak with one of our Sales Designers. They will walk through every decision with you. We come to your home and do the measuring ourselves. We do not believe in you being responsible for that. We custom design layouts just for you, not some cookie cutter design. We listen to your ideas and dreams for your cabinetry. We then draw up a custom cabinetry design utilizing your ideas and dreams and our expertise. We will then sit down with you and go over all of the drawings and pricing; answering any and all questions that you may have. When your cabinetry is ready to be delivered and installed, rest assured that the delivery/installation people are our own employees. Our job is not over the day your cabinetry is installed. We will always be here for you for years to come. Stop in or give us a call today!
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