We install kitchen cabinets and granite countertops in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill NC


How and what to start?

 You can start by calling us for a free in-home estimate. Or you can come to our showroom with your own measurements and talk to our staff.

What forms of payments do you accept?

We accept cash, check and major credit cards including Visa, Master, and  Discover card. We don't offer financing.

What is cabinet order process like?

Once we have the wall to wall detailed measurements of your kitchen and bath, we will make a design by using our professional cabinetry design software. You will be asked to come to our showroom in order to finalize the design. After you are satisfied with our design we will start the ordering process.   At the time you place the order we collect 50% down payment. You pay the rest 50% by the time we finish the job. Usually the whole process can be finished within one week.


What is granite countertop order process like?

We start from estimates. Once you decided to place an order, we collect the 50% deposit up front. If it is needed (in most cases) we will take a template before the cutting. We receive the rest payment by the time we finish the installation. Our turn around time for granite countertops is around 4-5 days.

Can I buy just the material and have someone else to install it for me ?

Sure you can. We stock the cabinets and 3CM granite slabs at our Raleigh NC location. We need at least 2-3 days to prepare the cabinets, and 2 days for fabricating the granite countertops.

Do you do demolition?

Yes, we remove and dispose your existing cabinets and countertops for a certain amount of charge. The fees will be determined based on the material and the size of the cabinets and countertops.

How do I maintain my granite countertops? 

When sealing granite countertops, the pores in the stone or the spaces between the crystals that make up the surface of the stone are filled with sealant with no trace of the sealant on the outer surface. This is different from sealing wooden floor or countertop surfaces, where a protective coat is added to the outside. Sealing granite counter tops helps resist stains and keep its shine. Often moisture or various liquids seep into these pores and stain the surface. Sealing them prevents this seepage and staining. However, a sealant does not protect the stone from physical damage.

Kitchen Cabinets and Granite Countertops in Raleigh NC