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© 2018 by heritage woodworking

  If you're thinking of remodeling your kitchen, bathroom, or other built-in cabinetry I specialize in solid wood, custom made cabinets.  I take pride in building cabinets with quality and attention to detail... From the materials I use... To the finish I apply... To installation.   

  • Cabinet interiors are made from 3/4" maple plywood with 1/2" maple plywood backs.  Adjustable shelves are 3/4" maple plywood with a solid wood face strip.  Cabinet interiors are finished with a clear coat or painted.  

  • Cabinet fronts (face frames, doors, drawer fronts, end panels) are made from your choice of hardwoods.  Choose from common woods like Oak, Cherry, or Maple.  Or we have unique woods like Spalted Maple, Rift-Cut White Oak, Birdseye Maple, and many more.

  • Drawers boxes are dovetailed and made from Oak or Maple, with soft-close fully concealed slides.  Drawer boxes are clear coated.  Any material used to fasten drawer slides is made from solid hardwood or steel for years of use and durability.

  • Hinges are fully concealed soft-close.  Sometimes I will use a visible decorative hinge if the plan and design calls for them.  

  • All cabinets are finished with a commercial grade conversion varnish.  It provides a very durable and flawless finish.  All doors and drawer fronts are given an extra coat of finish for added protection.

  • I offer a full line of Rev-a-Shelf accessories for organization.

  • You have a variety of choices for countertops.  Granite, quartz, soapstone, corian, formica, tile, cultured marble, live-edge slab, and more.  I use local granite and stone fabricators.  Formica, live-edge slab, and butcher block can be made in shop.

  • As with all my projects I keep you updated during cabinet construction with emailed progress updates including photos.  Some photos may be just rough stock milled and ready for your project.  Sometimes I will send photos of details that need your input.  There may be opportunities to modify or enhance your project along the way.  Some photos will be construction and finishing process.