In cabinet terms, the overlay refers to the amount of the frame the door covers. A standard overlay typically covers 1/4″ to 1/2″ of the face frame leaving 1″ to 1 ¼” reveal. Full overlay doors will typically cover 1 5/16″ of the face frame leaving 3/16″ reveal.
A Soft Close feature is a shock buffer that allows the cabinet door or drawer to close softly and quietly no matter how you close it. Our Choice Premier cabinetry line comes standard with Soft Close drawers. Soft Close doors are not standard but are available for every cabinet style. Our Choice Basics cabinetry line does not come with Soft Close drawers or doors.
Yes. Because of their plywood construction, our cabinets can hold the weight of any countertop surface/material you may select. We’re also pleased to offer quartz at the same price as granite and laminate is another option for counter finishes. Ask us for more details on countertop surface options.
Yes. All of our cabinets are constructed of furniture grade, high density plywood and hard maple frames, doors, and drawer fronts. However, some door and drawer center panels are made using MDF. Please ask us for product specs for more details.
That small, recessed space between the bottom of your cabinets and the floor is known as the toe kick. The toe kick allows you to stand next to your base cabinets without stubbing your toes. All of our base and tall cabinets come with an unfinished toe kick for additional strength and durability. Toe Kicks provide a finished, seamless look.
Yes. Our cabinets support almost any type of countertop you would like including laminate and granite. We’re also pleased to offer quartz at the same price as granite. Ask us for more details on countertop surface options.
If you order our cabinets for your own installation purposes we are most often able to get them to you within about two weeks of the order. Occasionally out of stock parts may cause the order to be delayed by a couple of days but we will notify you of adjusted delivery date in this event.