If you’re searching the perfect cabinet for your new kitchen that rely on a limited budget then you’re at right place. Stone Cabinet Works offer budget-friendly yet stylish and high-quality stock line cabinets. Our stock line cabinets have over 20 door styles, seven wood species, and dozens of finishes with optional plywood side’s Soft close hinges and slides, and dovetailed drawers. The best part of our service is that we can deliver the cabinets within 2-3 weeks. There are many features offered by stock cabinets but relatively limited in colors as compared to the other custom cabinet types.
In stock line cabinets, there are standard sizes and styles offered. However, the quality of our stock cabinets is very good, with reliable hardware and of solid construction. Our High-grade cabinets have a more consistent finish and full extension hardware along with dovetailed drawers and there is no use of staples. Stone Cabinet Works cabinets are of good quality and the perfect solution for those people who are looking for quality cabinets while remodeling on a limited budget.
These cabinets are built as factory or industry standards and shipped fully assembled. This type of cabinets’ line is a good choice as they are less expensive than other custom cabinets. However, they are often built with better materials and tend to be more durable, valuable, and aesthetically pleasing for everyone. These cabinets are only come in fixed sizes, so sometimes it can be challenging to get them fit into the space that you need them in.
Our cabinets provide a fast and easy way to turn your old and boring kitchen into a stunning new kitchen. Stone Cabinet Works offer style, selection, and value, along with speedy delivery, to keep your remodeling project on time and bring a better vision to life. Many people look for cabinet boxes that are built from plywood with solid wood fronts and walls that are at least 1/2 inch thick. Our Stock line cabinets generally start at nine inches wide and are sold in increments of between three and four inches.
Basic Types of Cabinets
These are the basic three types of cabinets:
1. Base Cabinets
Standard base cabinets are usually 24 inches deep and 36 inches tall. Its depth may be increased up to 27 inches. Base cabinets are also known as utility or oven cabinets.
2. Wall Cabinets
Upper cabinetry or wall cabinets are generally 12- 17 inches deep.
3. Tall Cabinets
Tall cabinets are typically up to 83.5 inches in height, serving as pantry space.
Advantages of Stock Line Cabinets
A stock cabinet is a great option for many homeowners as it is very affordable, easily available, and ready to install as compared to other higher-end custom cabinet options. These cabinets help you to save money while making it the right fit for your new kitchen cabinets.
2. Strong construction
Our cabinets are built using composite case construction for better durability and strength. We provide plenty of options for finishes and door styles while maintaining strong construction and lower prices.
3. Classic styles
We provide fresh, on-trend, yet timeless colors and door styles.
4. Quick availability or Time-Saving
These cabinets are easily available and ready to ship for in- Store pickup or for shipping in as little as 5 days to 14 days depending upon style availability. Though this type of cabinetry has limited options but still many customers found their suitable styles that meet their expectations.
5. Convenient upgrades
It is convenient to accessorize with everyday accessories such as trash pullouts, organizational drawers, and more. A stock cabinet is a great option if you want to remodel your cabinets in a shorter amount of time.
Stock Line Doors
1. Is there any option for customization with stock cabinets?
Ans: Well, it tends to have very little ability to be modified. However, there are still many options to upgrade stock cabinets by adding various types of kitchen accessories which make them more customize and unique. Some of the most common add-ons are cutlery trays, spice racks, trash pullouts, tip-out trays, in-drawer knife block, double cutlery organizer, base peg board organizers, and more. Sometimes it makes them less versatile for the existing spaces but purchased stock cabinets mainly offer attractive and affordable styles without sacrificing quality.
2. What are partial overlay, full overlay, and inset door designs?
Ans: There are three variations of cabinetry and that is partial overlay, full overlay, and inset. Inset styles reveal the entire face frame of the cabinet while Full overlay styles cover around or nearby the entire frame. A partial overlay reveals the frame with more space or large gaps between doors and drawer fronts.
3. Should I tear out my all old cabinets before receiving my new cabinets?
Ans: No, we would recommend you to wait until the new cabinets are received and inspected properly before starting demolition.
4. Which kind of woods do we use to make wood doors?
Ans: Our wood doors are built from maple, oak or MDF, etc. For additional information on the door specifications visit our showroom: 7075 Grand Avenue Ste 3b, Gurnee.
5. Can I receive a 3D Design for my kitchen or bathroom?
Ans: YES You Can! We usually get you a 3D design, complete with layout and pictures after getting all the information about your requirements or needs.
6. Can I check a sample door before ordering stock cabinets?
Ans: YES You Can! We do our best to accurately represent the finish and quality of the products. You can check various types of door samples in our showroom prior to making a purchase.
7. I saw tip-out trays, pegboards organizers, and some other accessories and hardware on the site, are those pieces are available?
8. How long does it take to get delivered?
Ans: Delivery time totally depends upon the products you purchased, as well as their final destination.
9. Do the doors and drawers come with soft close hinges and slides?
Ans: Yes, all our cabinets are come with soft close hinges and slides.
10. Do you sell just doors or drawer fronts or just cabinet boxes without doors or drawers?
Ans: We sell complete cabinets with door and drawers.
11. Does the price of installation for stock cabinets is included in their purchase price?
Ans: The price of installation for stock cabinets is not included in their purchase price. All stock cabinets are priced based on their particular size, color, and material type.
12. How many door styles are available in our stock cabinet service?
Ans: We provide main four types of door styles in our stock line cabinet service and that are raised-panel, slab, recessed panel, and open frame door styles.
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