Enhance the beauty and functionality of your space with our expertly crafted custom cabinetry. Our team of skilled craftsmen will work with you to design and build the perfect cabinets to fit your style, needs, and budget. Whether you’re looking for sleek and modern or classic and traditional, we offer a wide range of styles and finishes to choose from. Our custom cabinetry not only adds a unique and personalized touch to your space but also increases its value. With our attention to detail and dedication to quality, we ensure that your custom cabinets will exceed your expectations. Don’t settle for off-the-shelf cabinets, choose the luxury and beauty of custom cabinetry. Contact us today to schedule your consultation and start creating the space of your dreams.
Our Cabinet makers have over 20 years of experience working with all types of materials from aluminum, stainless steel, composite board and fine lumber. This important piece of your kitchen or bath can be a significant portion of any remodel or renovation. D.R. Home Renovation works with individuals to meet the wants and needs of any client whether it be cabinets made for functionality and cost to the luxurious one of a kind; we’re here to help.
When choosing your cabinets it’s best to take into account what other materials surround the cabinets. If the living room is connected with an open kitchen and there’s lots of wood present then of course an accompanying lumber material would be best suited. If you are already working with a modern point of view then MDF board might be your best choice.
There are two types of cabinet materials that dominate the residential sector, MDF and wood. Steel and aluminum are available, but for the home point of view these two are the most associated. MDF, a composite material made from recycled fibers, is the typical building material used for a vast majority of the cabinets available in local hardware stores and online. MDF has a finish that is smooth, easily painted, comes in an endless amount of shapes and sizes. Cabinets made from this material are also laminated for an ultra smooth finish available in a multitude of colors.
The second most used material is of course wood. Installed and finished correctly wood cabinets are by far considered some of the most beautiful of materials to use for your cabinets. From Oak, Hickory, Cherry, Ash and Pine every type of wood has its own characteristics in patterns and colors available. Wood choices usually weigh significantly less than MDF and can stand the test of time with great care and maintenance towards them. Unlike MDF, wood will expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity so when making your selections just take this small amount of information into account and ask one of our representatives for help or opinions. We are well-versed in the pros and cons of each material available.