FREE BUDGET ESTIMATES
4200 Westheimer, Suite 102
Houston, Texas 77027
Phone: (713) 627-8970
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday By Appointment Only
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Yes, we do! Come into the showroom and meet with one of our designers for a free consultation. Either bring your plans with you or bring back rough measurements of your space. Make selections with your designer on wood specie, finish, and door style. It is that simple and we will create a free budget estimate for you based on your measurements and our design layout discussion.
Wood-Mode and Brookhaven offer Cherry, Maple, Oak, Distressed Pine, Knotty Cherry, Knotty Alder, and Heartwood Maple. Wood-Mode also offers Macassar Ebony, Zebrawood, Wenge, Rift-Cut Oak, Quarter Sawn Red Oak, and Stainless Steel. Brookhaven offers laminates to achieve the looks of Zebrawood, Rift-Cut Oak, and Wenge.
Both cabinet lines are made by Wood-Mode. Wood-Mode is a true custom cabinet vs Brookhaven which is a semi-custom cabinet. Wood-Mode offers more door styles and finish options as well as more flexibility in custom design. Wood-Mode can also match a custom color. Both cabinetry lines offer custom dimensions in height, width, and depth free of charge, down to a sixteenth of an inch. Both come standard with soft-close drawer glides.
Usually the answer is no. There are many ways builders/remodelers cut costs when doing job site construction. The type and quality of the wood being used, box and drawer construction, providing no interior features such as soft-close/full-extension drawer glides, pull-out drawers or other very common interior features that most homeowners expect in a new kitchen. They also cannot match the quality of the finish on site. Typically onsite cabinetry finishing consists of two coats of stain/paint and a top coat. Wood-Mode and Brookhaven go through up to 25 finishing processes, using both hand wiping and machine finishing tools, and 5-6 baking cycles between finishing processes to ensure the quality and durability of the finish. When warranty is being considered, simply put, we cannot be beat; Wood-Mode and Brookhaven offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Typically warranties from builders/remodelers are 1-2 years. Visit our showroom and one of our kitchen designers would be happy to show you the differences between ours and theirs and recommend questions to ask your builder/remodeler.
Warranties vary across the board. Job-site cabinetry tends to offer a 1-year warranty. Factory cabinetry typically offers a warranty of 3-10 years. Wood-Mode and Brookhaven Cabinetry offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
The simple answer is value, precision, customization, functionality, warranty, consistency of construction, finish quality, and customer service. Jobsite cabinetry builders typically offer a one year warranty or no warranty at all. The quality of finishes and consistency of construction cannot be matched in a home because of the uncontrolled environment. The variety and durability of interior accessories like a chef’s pantry, waste basket pull-out, or Magic Corner cannot be created by jobsite builders.
Framed cabinets have a face frame where the doors are considered inset, standard overlay, or full overlay. Inset doors are flush with frame of the cabinet. Standard doors overlay the frame, leaving up to 1 1/2” reveal compared to the 1/8” to1/4” reveal with full overlay doors. Framed cabinets tend to look more traditional. Frameless cabinetry constructed without the face frame allows full, easier access to the interior of the cabinet. About 90% of consumers today choose frameless cabinetry. While frameless cabinetry used to be considered contemporary it now is seen as clean and elegant when paired with a traditional door style or finish.
Both Wood-Mode and Brookhaven are custom lines, built to each client’s needs and specifications; therefore, we do not stock the cabinets. We can order any cabinet Wood-Mode, Brookhaven, and Woodmont have to offer. We have samples available in our showroom.
Once all selections and specifications have been determined, the cabinets will be ordered. Once the order has been placed the cabinets will be delivered approximately as follows:
It is best to start by drawing a rough outline of your room. Measure the walls. Continue by adding in doors, doorways, and windows- be sure to include the casing/trim while measuring. Add in any obstructions such as radiators, pipes, plumbing, and electrical and their measurements. Lastly add in the existing location of cabinetry, appliances, and fixtures and their measurements if they apply to the remodel.
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