Whole Builders provides a complete range of custom cabinetry for every area in your home or small business.
There are endless possibilities when it comes to built-in cabinetry in your home.
A few of our specialties are kitchen cabinets, bathroom vanities, full height storage units for linen or clothing, murphy beds, medicine cabinets and radiator covers.
We specialize in blending the new work with the existing style of your home, while incorporating your personal taste and budget. You can choose from a variety of wood types and finishes and a range of styles from traditional to contemporary.
Our first step is to discuss preliminary ideas and budget. We then develop the design and create shop drawings of the cabinetry. Those shop drawings are then reviewed with you for approval and final measurements are verified down to the last detail.
The cabinets are built and finished in our cabinet shop according to our drawings and your specifications.
Our cabinets are high quality and custom-made to fit your space and needs.
Custom cabinets made for your space eliminates fillers and makes use of every inch. We can accommodate any special height or storage needs you have. The depths of cabinets can be modified to fit your dinnerware, or other specific items.
Our cabinets often have face-frames with inset doors to match traditional homes. The boxes are made of plywood, and the face frames are solid wood. Our drawers are wood with dovetail joints, and are supported with high quality full-extension glides. The panel doors can be plywood or glass, or cabinets can have open shelves. You can incorporate a variety of cabinets to provide visual interest. If the selected wood has a noticeable grain, the grain is arranged in such a way to enhance the beauty of the cabinets.
Installation of the cabinets are coordinated with your schedule and the construction schedule as necessary.
The final outcome is custom-designed cabinetry that meets your personal needs and offers the most efficient use of your space.
What makes our custom cabinetry green?
- We use plywood instead of particleboard in the construction of our cabinet boxes. Particleboard is made with more adhesives and out-gasses over a period of time.
- Indoor air quality is an important thing to consider in all aspects of construction. We use water-based finishes whenever possible on our cabinets to avoid the toxic out-gassing that can come from other finish options.
- We use Minnesota or Wisconsin grown woods as often as possible.
Ready to find out more?
Contact us for a no-obligation consultation or estimate.