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where to get a good price on kitchen cabinets

  • October 26 2011 - New York
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  • May 08
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I have used Lowes before and for out new house we tried Panda Kitchen
  • April 21
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I shopped around and the best place I found for price and quality was [hotlink deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines]
Good prices for a good cabinet.
  • February 09 2014
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Lowes
  • March 26 2013
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St. Martin Cabinetry the finest cabinet in it's class for the price.  All 3/4 inch birch plywood construction.  7/8 inch thick solid maple, cherry, and alder wood doors.  Beautiful and for the best price.  [deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines].  He is the direct dealer of the line.
  • March 26 2013
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I used lowes and was very happy with my cabinets! Just make sure to do your research about the different types and styles... some are not solid wood, you want to know what you are buying!
  • November 09 2012
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Not a big fan of home depot, lowes, ikea. There are plenty of companies that specialize in cabinet making and will offer better prices, quality, and selection.

Theres a list of about 40 cabinet makers here - http://www.construction-bids.com/cabinets-install.php

Check it out I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for.


  • November 08 2012
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Personally I would go to one of the larger chain stores like Home Depot or Lowe's.  Let them deal with any contractor issues instead of yourself.
  • November 06 2012
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Dont just go for cheap. Go for price and quality, these days contacting a local pro will produce great prices and quality. Have them compete for your business and research each one to make they check out.
Try this place 
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  • November 05 2012
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I definitely suggest Ikea. They easily are the most affordable, but still have high quality. Also, the selection is great for designs.
  • June 13 2012
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  • June 12 2012
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I have kitchen cabinet installed for less than $150 per linear feet installed in one day. Feel free to check my blog (deleted by Zillow moderator) for photos of finished kitchens. Tradition full overlay with plywood construction. But they are local in Chicago. I am sure you can find similar local store in your areas. Drive around to see if there is any waste dumpster sitting outside a house. Ask contractors inside where they get their cab. You will be surprised.
  • January 12 2012
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Home Depot or Lowes is my choice. Upscale in Louisville is Vittatows.
  • January 03 2012
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Ill say IKEA. Go when they have a sale, you will save tremendously! I bought a closet there for $300 and it was for $600 regular price.
  • January 03 2012
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  • January 03 2012
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Not sure if you have these stores in your neck of the woods, but try looking at HOBO.  I have purchased cabinets and countertops there that are much cheaper than the big guys and quality is very good.  Selection is not as good, but if you find one you like you can save $$$
  • October 27 2011
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All I can say is you will get what you pay for with those stores. There are many ways to determine 'value' other than price, and each individual persons point of view will vary on what they want and/or need.

As the owner a kitchen and bath design firm and cabinetry dealership, I find many people looking for cabinetry are primarily focused on the price. Obviously the price is important, but if you buy poor quality cabinetry, any savings that you might realize now, can and most likely will be lost two-fold when you have to repair/replace the poor quality cabinets prematurely. You don't have to necessarily spend more, but stay focused on quality and the INVESTMENT you are making into you home.

As a cabinet dealer, we have a cabinet line that is about the same price, but 10x better quality wise than the Ikea stuff. This brand may have a more basic cabinet appearance, whereas the Ikea stuff is all glitz and glamor, but these are all-plywood construction AND you don't have to assemble them! I've seen a few Ikea kitchens 4-5 years after they were installed and they just don't hold up. I'd also be real careful about adding glue or other reinforcing methods to the Ikea stuff as I'm pretty sure that you'll be voiding any warranty they might offer.

 The box stores are what they are and they thrive on consumers being lazy and uneducated about what they are buying. Almost every single small kitchen design firm with have an affordable product/cabinet line for the client that is focused on price, but many clients never get to us small guys because of the box stores. Some of the big box stores "design" for free, but again I remind you that you will get what you pay for.

Call around to some local kitchen designers and/or kitchen and bath showrooms... Depending on your project they might not even charge you a design fee or anything and you'll likely be surprised how much better of you'll be.
 
 I'd be happy to discuss this further with anyone, just contact me directly through my zillow page/contact info.

 The better cabinets are out there, you just have to look for em and do your homework.

Good Luck in your search!
Thomas Richard
  • October 26 2011
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I like the broad selection at Ikea, but they are more rugged over the long term if you add a bit of extra love (or glue) while putting them together.     Think of Christmas toy construction x 10 for putting them together, lots of fun (for those of us who loved tinker toys and lincoln logs).

Home Depot and Lowe's do offer possibilities.   All three have people who will sit down with you and figure out the bits and bobs required.   

It breaks my heart to see people ripping out the solid cabinets built in place 50+ years ago because they aren't fashionable to replace them with pressboard cabinets that become wobbly in five years.



  • October 26 2011
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Try Home Depot, Lowe's, or Ikea if you're looking for a good value.
  • October 26 2011
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