Custom Cabinetry
We offer our customers both affordability and luxury with our custom cabinets.  Our cabinets are furniture grade, all wood construction with dovetail drawers, soft close and full extension hardware.  You have the option of choosing full overlay or inset styles for a distinctive look.  Make it your own by selecting custom finishes and wood species.  Our team welcomes the opportunity to guide you from project design to installation with exceptional integrity, artistry and service.

How We Build Our Cabinets
*All cabinetry units are one piece construction from wall corner to corner
*Custom built cabinetry, built to wall dimensions down to 1/16” increments
*We do not build box or unit cabinetry
*Face frames and cabinetry corners are miter edged – no butted corners
*Total plywood and hardwood cabinets – no particle board used
*Maple wood interiors of cabinets
*Solid ¾” hardwood doors, drawer fronts and face frames
*Base cabinets veneered plywood backs ½”
*Upper cabinets veneered plywood backs ½” (we do not use nail board)
* ¾” Thick adjustable height interior shelves, 5-ply maple plywood
*Drawer boxes built with 5/8” solid poplar wood sides and backs
* ¼” mortised drawer bottoms and finger dovetail jointing
*Choose from hundreds of mitered and mortise tendon door styles
*Full extension soft close under mount drawer slides
*Fully hidden and concealed soft close mortised door hinges
*(4) Cabinetry styles: traditional overlay, full overlay, inset & inset with beading
*Fully integrated panel ends and backs of cabinets
*Oak, maple, cherry, hickory, walnut and teak hardwood species available
*Hand applied custom stain, special glazing and painted cabinetry finishes
*3 coats interior and exterior clear coat lacquer finish
*Designed to fit your space and style in any room of the home
*Made in the USA and hand crafted in Burton, Ohio

Semi-Custom Cabinetry
We are dealers for Medallion and Americana Capital

Americana Capital Series

Cabinet Care & Cleaning
Remove oil, grease or general soil using a clean cloth dampened with mild soap and water.  Rinse with a clean, damp cloth, then dry thoroughly.  It is important to wipe spills immediately.  Excessive moisture can damage any cabinet finish.  Avoid using harsh detergents, strong soap, abrasive cleaners or self-polishing waxes.
If your kitchen cabinetry includes glass door inserts, please follow these cleaning guidelines.  Spray an ammonia-free glass cleaner on a clean, soft cloth or paper towel.  Avoid spraying cleaner directly on the glass as it may cause damage to the wood finish.
Periodically use mild soap and warm water to clean door and drawer hardware.  After cleaning, dry and buff hardware with a clean soft cloth.
Routine cleaning will help prevent long term damage from smoke and grease.  They should be avoided because they can form a hard film over time, dulling the finish.
When possible, keep cabinets out of direct sunlight.  Direct sunlight will cause cabinets to lighten or darken over time.
Try to avoid exposing your cabinets to very hot and cold environments.  Extremes in temperature and moisture can cause wood to expand and contract, eventually damaging the finish.