Now that the holiday rush is over, it’s the perfect time to start putting your focus back on your house. If you’re planning to update your bathroom or kitchen anytime soon, don’t settle for having stock cabinets installed; talk to your contractor about custom cabinets instead. While stock cabinets may be cheaper, this is once instance when you absolutely get what you pay for. Not sure if custom cabinets are right for you? Here are three great reasons you absolutely need custom cabinets in your home.
1. Will Last Longer
There’s no doubt about it, custom cabinets will absolutely last longer than stock cabinets. This is because custom cabinets are tailor made, on the spot, to fit your kitchen or bathroom. Stock cabinets, on the other hand, are constructed in warehouses and then cut to “fit” your home later.
2. Easy to Customize
While manufacturers try to offer a large variety of stock cabinetry, your choices will undoubtedly be limited. For example, you may not be able to find a model with the kind or number of drawers you prefer. Custom cabinets offer you the opportunity to have exactly what you want for your bathroom or kitchen remodel.
3. A Better Fit
Do you have an atypical kitchen or bathroom space? Unless your kitchen or bathroom is a perfect cookie cutter shape, it’s unlikely stock cabinets will suit your needs. Your contractor will be forced to cut stock cabinets to size, both weakening the structure and possibly leaving unsightly gabs. On the other hand, custom cabinets will be made to fit your space perfectly.
Talk to a Contractor About Installing Custom Cabinets Today!
It’s easy to see why so many homeowners prefer custom cabinets over stock cabinets. If you’re ready to upgrade your kitchen or bathroom, it’s time to speak with a professional contractor. That’s exactly what you’ll find at DreamMaker Bath & Kitchen. We offer only the best service and put you and your home’s needs first. Call us at (847) 592-0044 if you need help with new flooring installation, cabinet refacing, bathroom remodeling, or kitchen remodeling. View our website for additional information and to schedule a free consultation.
Edited by Justin Vorhees