At Current Cabinetry, we build stock kitchen cabinets with premium, top-quality materials. We often receive queries from our clients, so we have compiled a list of our top ten frequently asked questions. Contact our team today for more information on buying luxury Baltimore kitchen cabinets.
Q: How Much Should I Budget for Stock Cabinets?
Depending on the size, you can expect to spend around $4,000 to $12,000 on a small kitchen. The installation costs can range from $100 to $300 per linear foot. If you want to save money, consider retaining the same kitchen layout and buying wholesale cabinets.
Q: Are Stock Kitchen Cabinets Worth It?
Yes, stock kitchen cabinets are cost-effective and worth the money. We build stock kitchen cabinets with state-of-the-art equipment and exact measurements. Stock cabinets allow you to design a kitchen that matches your lifestyle and compliments your interior space.
Q: What Are the Benefits of Buying Kitchen Cabinets From a Cabinet Wholesaler?
The top three benefits of buying wholesale kitchen cabinets include lower prices than retail, stock designs and layouts, and zero compromises on quality. As a wholesaler, we don’t have to deal with a middleman and can pass the savings on to you. Our stockers can order stock cabinets to fit their kitchens’ layouts and dimensions.
Q: How Much Do You Save With Wholesale Cabinets?
Wholesale or ready-to-assemble offers savings of up to 30% on kitchen cabinet costs. The best way to save money on kitchen remodeling is to buy cabinets instead of assembled cabinets. Stock kitchen cabinets consist of separate pieces with instructions and assembly hardware.
Homeowners and contractors can conveniently assemble their new kitchen cabinets within 15 to 20 minutes. It’s as simple as fitting the pieces together and making sure they are secure. Stock kitchen cabinets can make your budget-friendly dream kitchen come to reality.
Q: What Is the Most Popular Kitchen Cabinet Style?
Shaker is the most popular kitchen cabinet style that offers a timeless look with elegance. These cabinets blend in and work well with modern or traditional-style kitchens. In 2022, 64% of kitchen remodelers chose shaker-style cabinets for their homes.
We offer shaker cabinets in a wide range of stock designs, sizes, and colors. Painted Baltimore kitchen cabinets have a distinct look that can make any kitchen look trendy. Our stockers can choose from neutral tones, such as white or gray, or fun pops of color — whatever suits their aesthetic.
Q: What Is the Standard Size for Kitchen Cabinets?
Standard upper kitchen or wall cabinets have a height of 30 to 42 inches and a width of 12 to 36 inches. We can build any size of stock kitchen cabinets with front-style cabinet doors to ensure a perfect fit. If you need more space, you can stock order taller cabinets over 84 inches.
Standard lower kitchen or base cabinets have a height of 35 to 36 inches with the countertop. In order to form the base for your countertops, these cabinets must be very sturdy and well-constructed. We use high-quality wood and materials to ensure that your base cabinets remain stable.
Q: What Is the Difference Between Finished and Unfinished Cabinets?
Finished or prefinished kitchen cabinets come with a coat of varnish or paint applied at the time of manufacturing. In contrast, unfinished kitchen cabinets are available in their natural state without any paint. We recommended having the manufacturer finish the cabinets to guarantee quality and a consistent look.
Q: What Type of Wood Do Your Kitchen Cabinets Use?
We use a special, raw wood from Russia that goes through a milling process and is then shipped to our factory. Our kitchen cabinets consist of a strong half-inch plywood used on the sides and back. The rest of the cabinetry, such as the doors, frames, and drawers, uses solid birch wood.
Q: Do the Kitchen Cabinets Come With Soft Close Hinges?
All our kitchen cabinets come with quality hardware and soft-close door hinges. Soft close hinges can reduce wear and tear, lower stress, and prolong the lifespan of your kitchen cabinets. We also offer self-closing drawers made with dovetail construction that come standard on all cabinets.
Q: How Do You Quality Check the Kitchen Cabinets?
All our kitchen cabinets undergo strict quality testing and inspections before shipping to our warehouse. We run the cabinets through ultraviolet (UV) machines to ensure a premium finish with paint that will not fade. We sell the best Baltimore kitchen cabinets with high-end and durable finishes.