Cabinet & Countertop Inspirations

As discussed in a previous blog, remodeling a kitchen can be expensive. One alternative is refacing cabinets instead of replacing them. Refacing cabinets can be a viable option, however, there are situations in which refacing cabinets does not makes sense. Let’s look at what refacing is and the advantages/disadvantages of this option.

The cabinets in your kitchen and bathroom have a difficult life. Constantly being opened & closed, residing in an environment with water & moisture, and being run into by people, vacuums, pets, and any number of household items. Given this wear and tear, your cabinets are very likely to be inadvertently scratched. How do you touch-up cabinets to make those little mishaps disappear?

Warranty information has at least one characteristic in common with a legal document or owner’s manual … they are not terribly exciting reading. However, like most small print, you should take a moment to read and understand the warranty. As you consider the various cabinetry options, remember to consider these 4 questions.

Unique (Custom) Wood Working

With our custom woodworking capabilities, Spiceland Wood Products is often asked to create and manufacture unique, one-of-a-kind items. These unique wood products can end up in a museum, church, commercial structure, or a historic residence.  In many cases, the product is designed to hold a valuable, historical relic or sentimental family keepsake. These are fun jobs to complete as they challenge our creativity to provide a meaningful representation of the client’s concept or idea. These unique, custom wood projects can be in odd shapes, incorporate other materials, or include engraving on the surfaces.  With Spiceland Wood Product’s CNC routing capability, ingenious craftsmen, and ability to understand our customer’s vision, we can help turn ideas into meaningful heirlooms.