A top-mounted sink can be used with any countertop material and is dropped in after the counter is installed. An under-mounted sink is placed under the countertop and works best with waterproof countertop materials such as concrete, solid surfacing, stainless steel, stone, or quartz. Some materials, such as solid surfacing and stainless, can be used for both the sink and counter, creating a seamless look.
Tiny samples make it hard to visualize what the material will look like in your kitchen. See the materials up close and take home large samples. If you’re considering stone, visit the stone yard. Natural stone’s color and veining can vary widely even within a slab, so when you find a slab you love, reserve it.
We can replace all of the cabinets in your kitchen, mudroom, vanity, or where ever you’d like to meet your needs. We can install manufactured cabinets or custom build them for you.
We can freshen your look by simply replacing the doors on your cabinets. Or maybe you’d like some new trim? We’ll meet your needs whatever they might be.
We carry an enticing blend of wood species and finishes to satisfy any design style. Mix wood species with distinctly different finishes, add architectural elements, ornately carved corbels, sculpted crown moldings, turned posts, beveled glass doors, or a contrasting island to create a unique and visually intriguing design.
From our standard stock line to our semi-custom and full custom cabinet lines, we can install the cabinetry in the style and finishes you desire – and at a price that meets your budget.
Offering design and production of commercial projects, including retail, medical, business and corporate interiors, we specialize in unique and functional business workspaces at highly competitive pricing.
Your professional office, workspace, or storefront should be a comfortable and functional space that makes a statement about your company.
You have more choices of materials, colors, and patterns than ever. We will help you establish a budget that will meet your need for function and style. You’ll love the end result!
Along with material costs, take into account any fees for delivery and installation, as well as any custom details.
Consider which surface you find appealing: the look, feel, texture and shades. Consider additional details, including thickness, overhang and edge options. You should love the end result.
Because every household is different, you won’t find a one-size-fits-all material. Rank the importance of factors such as durability, stain resistance and ease of maintenance.