We are very happy to assist you with an installation of your cabinets. Prior to ordering your cabinets we will provide installation quote and once accepted ,we will  go over details and installation contract will have to be signed as well as  deposit for installation will have to be charged. 

As we require a full payment for your cabinet order, the installation cost will be schedule in fees as follow:

50%- initial deposit

40%- delivery of material

10%- job completion

Once the cabinets are ordered, we can schedule a time to start the installation.

The installation time will depend on the project scope, it will usually take few days. 

 Appointment will be arranged for the installer to measure the space before you place the order for cabinets. 

This service is included in your installation cost. We can only install a cabinets after we have the proper measurments taken by our installer. 

To estimate your installation cost different factors have to be taken to consideration, like size of your kitchen, quantity of the cabinets, level of difficulty, custom work, style, assembly and your location. 



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Tips for Measuring Your Kitchen

  1. Ensure accuracy.You’ll need a tape measure, straight edge and graph paper.
  2. Measure clockwise.Record the overall length of each wall, working to your right around the room. Label walls, windows and doors with numbers.
  3. Get the width and height.Take horizontal measurements of walls at 36-inch height. Record vertical measurements floor to windowsill, from windowsill to top of window, from top of window to ceiling, then from floor to ceiling.
  4. Find your center.Indicate the centerline of all permanent features in all measurements including wall oven, range, sinks, windows, doors, closets, ducts and outlets.
  5. Include the trim.When measuring doors and windows, the casing is considered part of the door or window. Measure from one side to the other of the door or window trim, then measure from the outside of the trim to the middle of the window or door.




1 - Lighting - In addition to general lighting required by code, every work surface should be well-illuminated by appropriate task lighting.

2 - Cabinet Height - Plan to store frequently used items within easy reach. Base cabinets are normally 36 inches high. Upper cabinets are normally 18 inches above the countertop and 30-42 inches high.

3 - Work Triangle - The distances between the three work centers—sink, cooktop, and refrigerator—form a work triangle. To maximize efficiency, the sum of the three distances should be no more than 26 feet.

4 - Fridge Landing Area - For easy handling of cold-storage items, include at least 15 inches of countertop landing area to one side of the refrigerator or within 48 inches of the refrigerator front.

5 - Sink Landing Area - For efficient prep and cleanup, include at least a 24-inch-wide countertop landing area on one side of the sink, and at least an 18-inch-wide landing area on the other side.

6 - Waste Receptacles - Include at least two waste receptacles—one near the sink and one for recycling, either in the kitchen or nearby.

7 - Dishwasher Placement - Locate the dishwasher within 36 inches of the sink. Provide at least 21 inches of standing space between the edge of the dishwasher and any countertops, appliances, and/or cabinets at a right angle to the dishwasher.

8 - Electrical Outlets - To prevent shock, GFCI protection is required on all outlets serving countertop surfaces within the kitchen. Electrical codes typically require one outlet for every two feet of countertop space. Local codes may vary.

9 - Oven Landing Area - Include at least a 15-inch landing area next to or above the oven for easy loading and unloading of items when baking.

10 - Work Aisle - The width of a work aisle should be at least 42 inches for one cook and at least 48 inches for multiple cooks.

11 - Cooking Surface Landing Area - Include a minimum of 12 inches of landing area on one side of a cooking surface and 15 inches on the other side.