Depending on the type (or types) of materials chosen, as well as the details of the design, the cost will vary. Domestic woods such as maple, oak and pine are less expensive, whereas cherry, walnut, hickory and zebra wood are imports and tend to be more expensive. Your furniture can be complicated or very simple to design and manufacture. Your space may be easily prepared or need further renovations. The cost of your furniture can vary depending on the diverse factors surrounding your build. We would be happy to access your goals and offer you a quote.
How long will it take for my cabinets to be ready?
Finalizing your design and completing the planning could take several weeks, or even months. This all depends on the client's ability to commit to the project. Upon contractual agreement, we do ask for 6-8 weeks to manufacture the cabinetry. If necessary, your project may be prioritized and completed quicker than normal. We work hard to maintain a flexible schedule that works best for all parties involved.
Can we install the cabinetry ourselves?
We do insist on installing our products. Measurements and quality control are important to us and to our clients as well. The only exception to this is for our clients overseas.
Can we take your design and use another Manufacturer?
Of course, this is your project, although there is a design fee to remove or photograph the renderings and drawings that our designer has created for you.
Are you willing to work with our builder or renovator?
Yes. We will take guidance from your team and work together to reach our shared goal. If you wanted to simplify the communication process by using only one contractor, it is important to note that Heritage Kitchens has a renowned renovation division that will help you reach your goal.
What is the difference between MDF and HDF?
Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) and High-Density Fibreboard (HDF) offer fantastic surfaces for finishes and paints. As well as this, both offer stable dimensions that will not expand or contract. The difference comes from the amount of pressure applied when manufacturing these sheet goods. For this reason, we use HDF when building our doors and other high-traffic surfaces, as it offers better resistance to damage.