At Tooele Bathroom and Kitchen Remodel, a major part of how we assist with kitchen remodels is with cabinet design and installation. Although cabinetry is certainly found in bathrooms, basements, and other areas of most properties, it’s generally most commonly found in kitchens. Choosing your cabinets is a significant decision, and will have a considerable impact on the functionality, aesthetic, and general performance of the space that they’re being installed. We believe that we can help our customers by identifying the right kind of cabinets for the space, both in terms of material and dimension, and also help with the installation of them too. If you’d like to hear more about our cabinets service, or you’re looking to arrange a consultation, our customer service agents are available over the phone or through our online contact form.
Cabinetry can be constructed from a number of different materials, and picking the right choice requires you to think about the cost of the cabinets that you’re willing to pay, the aesthetic that they’ll bring to the table, and the durability and maintenance requirements of the material. A common construction material for cabinets is wood – of which there are a huge variety of choices – but others have had cabinetry constructed from acrylic, laminate, plywood, MDF, and so much more. We’re sure that you’ll be able to pinpoint a cabinet material that you love with the help of our knowledge and guidance.
Custom or Prefab Cabinets
Generally speaking, you can get cabinets in one of two forms – they can either come prefabricated, or they can be custom built. Prefabricated cabinets are the best they’ve ever been, and have substantially improved build quality compared with previous years, but they’re not designed specifically for your room in the way that custom cabinets are. If you have custom cabinetry in your property, they’re likely to have a better build quality, will have an aesthetic designed just for you, and they’re designed to fit your space as well.
Many kitchens have several different major appliances in them, and while these add considerable functionality to the room, they can be a bit of an eyesore – and this is why so many people are making the decision to have them stored inside cabinets. We can design cabinetry to hide them from sight in a seamless and straightforward fashion. This is the case whether we’re constructing the cabinets out of wood, stainless steel, acrylic, or anything else. After putting in so much effort to get your kitchen looking attractive, it only makes sense to do whatever it takes to maintain that aesthetic.
Picking a good cabinet material and maintaining a good build quality is obviously important, but to make sure that your kitchen is as functional as possible, you need to make sure that you’re using the space effectively. We’ll design your kitchen and cabinet installation with efficiency in mind, ensuring that you’re getting as much storage as possible, but whilst maintaining the flow of the room.