What services, and products does Complete Cabinet Works offer?
Complete Cabinet Works offers a full variety of cabinet/countertop solutions. From custom kitchens and vanites, to wall units and laundry rooms, Complete Cabinet Works does it all. We will work with our clients  to satisfy their needs and help shape the home of their dreams. We start with a free in the home consultation,  and we design and build your project to your satisfaction.

How long does a Cabinet Project take to complete?
Depending on size and  complexity of your needs,  we begin with an in home visit to review a list of your required needs, and wants. We will then present you with a free estimate and timeline of your project.   We want your renovation experience to be as stress free as possible, and will work with you to achieve this.

What follow up service and warranty does Complete Cabinet Works provide?
The relationship we develop with clients is long-term. We pride ourselves on high quality service, before, during, and after the project. In the unlikely case that you have any issues regarding your cabinetry we offer a lifetime limited warranty. This is a comprehensive warranty that backs our promise of high quality service and products.  After completion, each client will also be provided with  their own touch up kit, along with a booklet detailing further warranty information.

Can Complete Cabinet Works manage our project?

With over 30 years of cabinet experience, Complete Cabinet Works can guide you through the entire construction process. From a small vanity top, to a complete kitchen and bath renovation, we have the experience and expertise to service you.

Quick Tips

To avoid cabinets from coming out of adjustment, do not lean or pull on cabinet doors.

To keep your cabinets looking their best, clean with small amounts of soap and water, and be sure to dry after.

Do not slam cabinets closed. This can affect the joints on the drawers and doors causing them to crack.

 In kitchens today many countertops are of a very hard nature. Quartz and Granite can cause damage to your expensive knives if you cut on them. Keep a cutting board handy.