Seattle is known for our breath taking views, our world-class seafood and our west coast lifestyle. To keep the views as equally stunning indoors call SBC for custom cabinetry installation. Your options for cabinetry include stock, semi-custom and custom cabinets. From the installation of stock cabinets to your kitchen or bathroom to completely custom options SBC can exceed your expectations. Refinishing existing cabinets is a great option of environmentally conscious clients looking for alternative options to replacement. Cabinetry options are vast and can be overwhelming for first time renovators but with SBC on your team you will have guided help through the selection of your materials down to installation.
Oak is a great option for homeowners looking for options with their cabinets. Oak is a great wood species that is a great base for stain. When you are looking to alter or enhance an existing or new installation considering oak is a great option. The strong grain pattern results in beautiful finished products. The porous nature of oak resists blotching when staining offering smooth and clean application. Oak was a popular choice for residential owners throughout the decades. If your home is plagued with outdated oak cabinets the option of re-staining or refinishing can be a more attractive option than replacement.
Maple is a choice made by homeowners throughout the United State and for good reason! Maple is highly versatile; being able to absorb stains glazes and paints extremely well. If you are looking for a wood option that is able transform its appearance with the application of paint or stain maple might be the right choice. Durability is another great benefit of maple cabinetry. The strength of maple makes is a long lasting and enduring choice for homeowners looking to get longevity from their cabinets. Maple can also be a financially intelligent investment as the cost is lower than alternate options.
Cherry Cabinets have a noticeable and distinctive red tint that alerts on lookers to the presence of cherry wood. Consumers throughout the United States and North America request the color of cherry wood. Cherry wood is a closed-grain, which means that the material is not porous like other options of maple or oak. Cherry wood cabinets are not the least expensive options but are considered to be in the mid range for price comparatively.
Hickory cabinets offer a shock resistant hard and strong surface for your installation. With hickory cabinets comes the possibility of cracking, to prevent this the wood must be sealed properly. Hickory is inherently dry so it requires additional steps to prevent splitting that other cabinet wood options do not. Hickory is flexible and a great choice for steam bending needs. When considering your cabinetry options speak to our expert staff for additional insights and information. We will walk you through the entire process with expertise and knowledge unavailable with novice contractors. From cabinet installation to refinishing the team at Seattle’s Best Cabinetry is able to reimagine the functionality and beauty of the space.