I am fortunate enough to get many opportunities to appreciate fine home design. Of course, for every dozen or so design successes, there is always a project that nearly didn’t make it to completion. While these stories are heart wrenching, they are also the most fascinating and the most educational. A few weeks ago, I went over to a friend of a friend’s new place. The couple (who I knew through my friend) had been renovating an 8-year-old property that they scooped up as the housing market began to worsen. While the updates they made to the home were exceptional and the little touches made the space their own, the kitchen was the standout of the entire living area. Their gorgeous off white cabinets contrasted ideally with the black counter tops (creating a look that I found akin to the kitchen of Food Network’s Barefoot Contessa show).
However, as the couple started to recollect how their kitchen turned out as well as it did, their faces turned from elation to disappointment. Without going into too personal of details, they had faced major discrepancies in the price they were quoted for the cabinet job and the total amount due on the final invoice. In the end the issue was resolved but not before a lot of time, effort and exhaustion went into the fight.
As homebuyers find property deals and take on renovation projects, cabinet builders are finding that even in these challenging times, cabinet building is a growing business.
Cabinet Liquidators recently added an innovative in-home measure, design and sales concept. Experienced local designers provide customer convenience and design expertise by bringing the showroom directly to the customer’s home. This “designer at your door” program insures that the customer is getting the highest level of service, without paying the “extra costs” associated with typical showrooms (rent, utilities, insurance, displays, etc.)
Cabinet Liquidators promotes high quality, real wood cabinetry built in the USA. Product is assembled “kitchen-at-a-time” and is shipped nationwide in 10 days from receipt of order. All cabinetry is certified by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA), and is backed by a manufacturer’s limited lifetime warranty.
Designers are supported through and interactive website, and promoted with a targeted local internet marketing campaign. Protected territories are provided, and all leads generated from the corporate website are automatically forwarded to respective territories designer.
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