Unless you’re a professional cabinet maker, it’s likely you have some questions you’d love to ask a professional. Don’t worry, our cabinet makers have listened to our clients and their questions and provided answers right here for you.
Our business hours are:
Yes, at our Brisbane location we have our office, workshop, and a showroom. We recommend that you make an appointment beforehand, so that we can make sure one of our cabinet makers is available to help you and answer any questions you have.
No. We are happy to work with your preferred plumber or electrician, or we can arrange it for you. We have an established relationship with a local and trusted plumber and electrician that we work with.
We normally supply the handles, but if you wish to supply them then that is ok.
We can supply sinks, basins, taps, appliances, etc. but we normally get our clients to supply them because there are so many options e.g. style, price, and quality.
Like virtually all cabinet makers, we use two types of substrate board; HMR (high moisture resistance) chipboard and MRMDF, both pre-finished in melamine. All materials are manufactured to Australian standards.
We typically use HMR for the internals i.e., the sides, back, and the bottom of the carcass box.
We work directly with a stonemason for benchtops. We arrange for them to visit your site to measure up a template board. You can choose from natural stone, cut from a quarry, and manmade stone. We have a wide range of brands available to choose from. While many people love the idea of natural stone, the natural grain with its inconsistencies can sometimes make manufactured composite (manmade) stone a more attractive option. Literally!
There are literally hundreds of colours to choose from, so finding the right match won’t be a problem.
The first step is to visit your site, take measurements and discuss your project with you. At that time, we can discuss design and colour. We can then do a 3D drawing in colour, with a final quote. Once you accept, we’ll take a small deposit and have all parties sign the QBCC contract. We may need to do a final inspection or measure before we begin. Most of our jobs are finished between 3 to 6 weeks, which obviously depends on complexity and the size of the job. Before we begin your job, we’ll give you a more accurate timeframe for completion.