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From design to finish and installation
Your kitchen is the core of your home. It’s where you spend laborious hours lovingly crafting handmade meals made with dedication and care, but it’s also a gathering point for most American families.
Cabinetry is the backbone of your kitchen and sets the tone for your living space. However, it is very confusing and even daunting for consumers to choose the right cabinetry when there are so many styles, core materials, colors, configurations, and brands in the market.
When we design your cabinetry, we take on a journey with you to explore all the options and arrive at the most ergonomic, stylish, and personalized design that fits your needs and budget.
Below are important points to consider when you plan for your kitchen and bathroom cabinets.
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Whether your style is Modern, Classic, Eclectic or Rustic, your home is where your heart is. Choosing the right cabinetry to fit your style will create a space that is warm, inviting, and personalized. At AJ Carpentry, our cabinet installers will help you through every step of the process; from design to finish and installation.
Our flexibility and affordability allow you to pick and choose the features that fit your style, your life, your budget and your dreams.
You probably have heard the terms "framed" and "frameless" cabinets, which refer to the different types of construction of the cabinet.
We offer both framed and frameless cabinet installation.
The modern and contemporary styles of cabinets are mostly frameless; the traditional and classic styles of cabinets often come in framed. This difference can help you choose the right style for your room.
American cabinet manufacturers have traditionally built cabinets using a framed construction.
In this type of cabinet construction, the sides, back, top, and bottom of the cabinet are all joined and attached to the face frame, which is the primary support for the cabinet.
In framed cabinetry, the cabinet doors are secured to the frame, which gives the cabinet strength and sturdiness.
Partial and full overlay, as well as inset cabinet doors, can be used with framed cabinets, giving you many design possibilities for creating a customized look for your cabinetry.
As you can choose from different types of overlay, in addition to inset doors, you can mix and match around your kitchen. This provides the ability to create a beautiful, uniform kitchen that begins with your cabinetry.
Frameless cabinet construction is a European way of manufacturing cabinets that has become popular among American homeowners seeking simple, more contemporary cabinet designs.
Frameless cabinetry is sometimes called "full access" cabinetry because it offers greater accessibility by eliminating the face frame. Instead, it relies on thicker box construction for stability.
Only full overlay doors can be used, with hinges attached directly to the sides of the cabinet box.
In frameless construction, cabinets do not have a face frame attached to the front of the cabinet box.
After they have been installed, all you will see are the flat door and drawer fronts, providing a sleek, simple aesthetic that can work with many design themes throughout the home.
Discover the difference with AJ Carpentry, contact us today to schedule a free consultation and learn more about our services.
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