Depending on your cabinet project, we offer lead times anywhere from 4 to 16 weeks. A cabinet refinish can take between 4 and 6 weeks, while a full custom cabinet project will take up to 16 weeks to build and install.
Kustomcabs LLC employs custom cabinet installers with the same level of craftsmanship of those who handcraft our custom cabinetry – sometimes the installer in your home is the same person who made your cabinets! We also partner with the best installation teams in the valley to ensure fast service combined with quality installations.
Often your cabinets can be refinished to bring a new and fresh look to your existing kitchen. We use furniture-grade spray equipment and a state-of-the-art cabinetry spray booth for applying the best lacquer finishes available.
We offer both: top quality refinishes and/or refacing. Refinishing is recoating your existing cabinets with a high-quality furniture grade lacquer finish. Refacing can be as simple as replacing your existing doors and drawer-fronts with a fresh new style, or even adding new wood veneer to the existing cabinet boxes to completely change the wood species. The latter is a more tedious and expensive process (when done correctly). If your cabinets can’t be refinished, we usually recommend replacing them over refacing.
Kustomcabs LLC handcrafts a full line of custom frameless and face-framed luxury cabinetry designed and built in our Chandler location. We also partner with quality cabinetry lines to accommodate most budgets.
Depending on the needs of our customers we offer both plywood and high-quality furniture-board construction. Plywood is lightweight yet very durable and allows for a finished real-wood interior. Furniture-board is heavier and offers greater stability in our frameless construction. While we do offer both plywood and furniture-board in our frameless line, we are confident that our customers will enjoy long-lasting durability with either choice.
Kustomcabs LLC offers both Frameless and Face-Framed cabinetry. Face-framed cabinetry has been the American standard of cabinetry for many years. When built properly, you will enjoy years of stability and furniture quality beauty with your face-framed cabinets. The frames are often part of the face of the cabinets and can be seen between the doors and drawer-fronts. Many framed cabinets are made with the door and drawer-front fully overlaying the frame, showing more of the door, and revealing less of the face-frame.
Frameless cabinets, which are a European standard, rely on a full overlay door and drawer-front, as they have no face-frame to reveal. The face of the box is edged with the same material as the sides of the box and finished to match. Because of the full overlay offering in framed cabinet lines, there is little difference in the overall look of framed versus frameless, but you could argue that frameless cabinets offer a more accessible cabinet interior and larger drawers for up to 18% added space.