Getting Started

Looking ahead to a major remodel or new construction project can appear to be a daunting experience for you and your family.

Are you unsure of how to start your new project? No problem! The following steps will help guide you through the process of determining your goals and understanding the process for your home improvement or new home construction project:

Think about what you want to achieve in this remodel or new construction.

If budget is a concern, come up with a realistic budget you can live with. Keep in mind, the kitchen and master bath are the most important rooms a homebuyer will consider in the purchase of a home. The more you can invest, especially in those two rooms, the higher the resellability will be when it comes time to sell your home.

Take some photos of your existing kitchen, or get a set of plans from your architect or builder if you’re building new.

Schedule an appointment to visit our showroom for an in-person consultation. The showroom is where your journey begins, as it’s the best way for you to see the quality and various designs of the custom cabinetry and countertops we offer.  The showroom is set up with actual display models for demonstrations to give you a clear understanding of the functionality you can expect and truly envision how each piece might fit into your own space.

NOTE: Although our showroom is open Monday – Friday 10am – 5pm, we highly recommend an appointment, so we may plan ahead and truly give you our full and undivided attention. Also, this guarantees we are available, as we do occasionally close the showroom for brief periods during business hours to check on our projects or attend training.

Schedule Your Consultation

After discussing your needs in our showroom and you have decided to choose Cabinetry Designs to remodel or newly construct your kitchen, bath, office or other space(s) with cabinetry, we then schedule an in-home consultation to evaluate your existing rooms. This allows us to confirm or adjust your preliminary budget, make measurements, and produce a floor plan. We’ll discuss any required design fees. Upon completion of the design, we will meet again to present the design and proposal to you, at
which time we can discuss any modifications you’d like to make.

Once the design meets with your approval, your custom cabinets and countertops will be ordered and manufactured. After which, our team of skilled installers will complete the installation.