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Before a hammer flies, be sure you’ve covered all the bases You’ve finally took the steps necessary to get your home modification project off the ground. You’ve hired the right people which were looking for construction jobs and now the clock is counting down to when your home becomes a partial construction zone. You may be feeling overwhelmed, but don’t put it out of your mind, that would be counterproductive. Now’s the time you need to get ready! Procrastination has no place when preparing for a construction project. It’s all about preparation. Cast denial aside and embrace this endeavor with all...

We’ve all been there – that awkward moment when you use a certain bathroom for the first time, only to find a most unfavorable placement correlation between the toilet and window. You’re further distressed to see the window open. What’s this, no curtains or blinds?! You won’t be in a rush to use the facilities here again. And that is exactly what you don’t want for your own home. You want your guests to be comfortable. Problem is, you have a similarly unfortunate layout where a peek in the window could result in seeing something one shouldn’t. Well, the good news is...

With old homes come many potential surprises. Classic hardware, a prolific history, a wealth of neglected antiques in the attic… these are examples of good surprises. Unfortunately, they’re not as feasible as the more crummy ones. Surprises aren’t fun when they make you aware of problems… Perhaps your home has been in the family for decades, or you’ve been alerted to a steal-of-a-deal on the real estate market, when working with an old home it is necessary to be aware of the common pitfalls that betray its safety and value - and the costs affiliated in alleviating them.           Let’s start with the...

COVID-19 UPDATE

As a valued customer of Cabinet City, we want to provide you with an update regarding COVID-19. The governor of California on Thursday evening issued a statewide stay-at-home order to help combat the spread of the coronavirus. The order, which takes effect Thursday night, asks residents to leave their homes only when necessary. It will remain in place until further notice. After carefully reviewing the situation and in the best interest of our guests and employees. Cabinet City Team will be working from home and help minimize the spread of Covid-19 in our community. Effective today from March 20th, 2020, our Showroom, Office, and Warehouse will be close to the public until further notice. During this period of time, we will not be able to fulfill any pickup, shipping, assembly, and installation orders. However, Cabinet City Team is still available via phone at 626-478-2528 and email at info@cabinetcity.net. Services that we can continue offer for our community while working from home are answering general inquires, design services, new estimates, and finalizing design.

Sorry for the inconvenience, we appreciate your patience and consideration during this unprecedented time.