Our Process


  • Start with phone call, email or face to face communication
  • Go out to measure and choose types of material to be used
  • Decide with customer if current cabinets need to be torn out (service provided by JB)
  • Generate bid or cost of job
  • Project proposal – meet for possible adjustments or changes
  • Contract signed; collect 50 % deposit and time frame of project


  • Order supplies and material
  • Begin to cut material according to customer’s specification
  • Construction of material
  • Units sanded and lacquered or painted
  • Components (doors, drawers, hardware) attached to units
  • Unlike most cabinet shops now, we make all our own doors and drawers, new don’t outsource them.
  • We also make our own dove tail drawer boxes.
  • Loaded into trailer for delivery


  • If customers need removal of current cabinets, cabinets are torn out and loaded into trailer
  • Cabinets are loaded in, placed, leveled, attached, and secured according to customer’s specifications
  • Final adjustment and touch-up
  • Validation of customer’s satisfaction

The process of buying custom made Cabinets that is specifically designed to fit your needs and preferences can be very exciting. A better understanding of this process will help you to achieve exactly what you imagine in your new piece with the least amount of effort.

The following section will provide you with a basic set of guidelines for what to expect from your initial visit with us through the completion and delivery of your cabinets. If you have any questions after reading this, just e-mail us or call. We look forward to speaking with you.

An initial consultation, in your home or at our office, is usually the first step. At this time, the general design and function of each cabinet may be discussed. It is a good idea to collect a folder of designs you like. A picture is worth a thousand words. Tear out any magazine pages that catch your eye, whether it is a color, a style, a table leg, a type of wood, etc. These photos will help us better understand what appeals to you.

Once the design concept is agreed upon a conceptual drawing will be made. When the conceptual design is approved, we will present a price and a contract document.

The first stage of production begins with shop drawings and sample preparation. When the shop drawings and samples receive your signed approval, we can enter the project into production.

It typically take about 5 to 10 days to construct cabinets for a whole house.

Our payment terms are fifty percent at the time the contract is signed. Final payment is due at delivery and installation.