From removal of existing cabinets to complete installation of cabinets and granite, it usually takes 10 to 21 days. Depends on the job size and process.
As an example:

Demo 1 day,
Preparation 1 day,
Install Cabinets 1 – 3 days,
Granite template 1 day – after install of cabinets,
Than wait 5-7 days till granite is Fabricated and Ready to be installed,
Install Granite 1 day,
Plumbing ans Back Splash 1 day.
Appliance installation 1 day
Final tune-up 1 day

The fronts of our stained cabinets are solid wood and come with plywood boxes.
Some painted cabinets come with MDF door to ensure best quality paint work and to eliminate cracks on the joints.
Drawers are dovetail constructed with full extension ball bearing or soft-closing slides depends on the manufacturer. please ask for more detail or see description on the product page

We optimize the quality of our cabinets by using the following wood species: Oak,  Maple and birch. (All of our cabinet boxes are 100% made of plywood. No particle boards or compressed wood product except for painted white doors only made from MDF for best paint finishes.)

Highly stain resistant
It’s recommended that you wipe some substances off such as oil, grease, and juices in a timely manner; otherwise, it may darken the color of the granite

Heat resistance
Pots and pans taken directly from your oven or stove top can be placed directly onto granite.

Low maintenance
It is recommended that you clean your granite countertops with both mild soap and water or a cleaner specifically made for stone surfaces.

Easy to clean
Granite countertops do not harbor bacteria. As a result, it is among the cleanest material.

Every piece of granite is unique and distinct from other pieces.

We ship anywhere in the United States and overseas. We place your cabinet order on a pallet and shrink wrap it. The cabinets is then delivered to our customer by a trucking company. This delivery process usually takes 3 – 5 days depending on the location, We only ship Granite to the overseas, We also export to the Caribbean islands, Bahamas, Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica and Haiti.

We do sell directly to our customers who wish to plan and do their own installation, we will ship your cabinets directly to your home or office as per your specifications or per the design made by us.

We will help you with the design at no extra charge.

  1. Begin by measuring the room wall-to-wall. (You will be recording all measurements in INCHES. (EX: 98″, not 8′ 2″)
  2. Make a rough drawing of the shape of the room. Represent each wall, door, window and any protrusions or recessed areas. This plan does NOT need to be ‘to scale’.
  3. Measure each wall section and record on the drawing. (A wall section is from one corner to a door way or window.) Measure each window and door and record. NOTE: Windows and doors are measured from outside edge to outside edge of casing or trim.
  4. Add up all dimensions on each wall and verify that the total is equal to the total wall dimension listed on the chart. (If not, re-measure!)
  5. Locate the centerline of the sink, by measuring from one corner of the wall. Record this dimension on your rough drawing.
  6. Measure from floor to ceiling at several locations. Record the smallest dimension in the body of the rough plan. (For vaulted ceilings, record smallest dimension at the point it occurs on the floor plan and record the greatest dimension at the point it occurs on the floor plan.)
  7. If your kitchen has soffits (also known as bulkheads), measure their height and depth. Using a red pencil, indicate soffit location with dotted line. Record dimensions. (If you plan to remove or replace soffits, skip this step.)
  8. Using a symbol, indicate location of each electrical outlet, switch or light fixture. Indicate the height from the floor and distance to nearest corner.