• Q:What do you mean by “All Wood Cabinetry™”?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry™ is exactly that, “All Wood”. Each cabinet is constructed from furniture grade plywood with solid maple or oak face-frames, doors* and drawer fronts*. You will not find any particleboard in products from All Wood Cabinetry™! Visit our Quality page for complete construction specifications.

    *Hamilton features solid MDF core with Arctic White PVC vinyl
    Q:What are Factory Assembled Cabinets?
    A:Factory assembled cabinetry is “built-to-order” and is shipped fully assembled, ready to installed. Our trained assemblers fully inspect all products prior to packaging to insure your complete satisfaction.
    Q:What are the doors made from?
    A:Thermo-foil doors and drawer fronts are constructed from premium quality Medium Density Fiberboard, also known as 'MDF', sealed with a durable and hygienic vinyl ‘thermo-foil’. MDF has similar characteristic to hardwood, but can be profiled more precisely and is much more structurally stable. This makes it ideal for the intricate paneling found in these door styles. The thermo-foil finish is a thick vinyl laminate with seals the face and profiles of the doors and drawer fronts.

    Shaker style doors with a stained wood grain finish feature a 3" wide solid birch frame with a flat recessed center panel of birch veneer over Medium Density Fiberboard, also known as MDF. This makes the center panels more precise and provides a solid base for the hand selected natural wood veneers. Painted Shaker door styles are constructed entirely from solid MDF. This engineered wood material has similar characteristic to hardwood, but can be profiled more precisely and is much more structurally stable. This means there is less chance of door components moving, due to changes in temperature or humidity, which reduces the risk of cracks appearing in the durable painted finish.

    Miter frame door styles with a stained wood grain finish feature a 2-3/4" wide solid birch frame with a solid birch raised center panel. Painted miter door styles are constructed entirely from solid MDF. This engineered wood material has similar characteristic to hardwood, but can be profiled more precisely and is much more structurally stable. This means there is less chance of door components moving, due to changes in temperature or humidity, which reduces the risk of cracks appearing in the durable painted finish.

    These premium door styles with a stained wood grain finish feature a 2-1/2" wide solid birch frame with a solid birch applied molding. The raised center panels are also constructed from solid birch staves. Painted versions are constructed entirely from solid Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF). This engineered wood material has similar characteristic to hardwood, but can be profiled more precisely and is much more structurally stable. This means there is less chance of door components moving, due to changes in temperature or humidity, which reduces the risk of cracks appearing in the durable painted finish.
    Q:What type of drawers are in All Wood Cabinetry™?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry’s 4-sided drawer boxes are constructed from 5/8” thick solid hardwood featuring dovetail carpentry joints and a fully captured, 1/4" thick plywood floor. All Wood drawers glide smoothly on concealed full extension runners and feature a “soft close” shock buffer. Visit the Assembled Quality page for more details regarding cabinet construction.
    Q:What is the interior finish of the cabinets?
    A:All cabinets feature a sanitary, wipe-clean natural maple laminated interior finish. There is no need for shelf paper or shelf liner material. Visit our Quality page for complete construction specifications.
    Q:Is this cabinetry KCMA approved?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry is KCMA and HUD approved and proudly displays the KCMA certification seal.
    Q:Are these cabinets strong enough to support a granite top?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry’s “All Plywood Advantage” insures the strength required to support any countertop material that you may select, and no additional reinforcing is required.
    Q:What is the difference between standard overlay and full overlay doors?
    A:Overlay refers to the amount that a door covers, or overlays the cabinet face frame. Standard overlay doors typically cover 1/4" to 1/2" of the face frame leaving a 1” to 1 1/4" reveal (amount of face frame showing). Full overlay doors typically cover 1 5/16” of the face frame leaving a 3/16” reveal.
    Q:Will my shelves sag if loaded with heavy dishes or can goods?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry shelves are 3/4" thick, cross-laminated plywood for maximum strength. Shelves are supported on high strength locking shelf rests and cabinets 30” and wider have an additional back support rest to resist sagging. The locking shelf supports prevent the shelves from tipping so nothing can slide out from the cabinets.
    Q:Why do the cabinets come with full depth base shelves?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry wants to provide you with the best in quality and value. Full depth base shelves double the storage capacity found in most cabinets at this price point.
    Q:Will the cabinet finish stand up to cleaning products used in the kitchen and bath?
    A:A specially formulated, robotically applied topcoat will protect your cabinetry from everyday cleaning products. As with all furniture finishes, care and maintenance is recommended. Visit our Care page for care and cleaning tips.
    Q:What is the “Soft Close” door feature?
    A:All cabinets are supplied with doors that have a SOFT CLOSE door shock buffer that prevents doors from being slammed shut. This buffer gently engages the door and quietly closes it much like a door closer on a screen door. Visit our Assembled Quality page to view this deluxe feature.
    Q:What if I accidently scratch or dent my cabinetry?
    A:A Customer Care kit is included with every order and is packed inside the sink base cabinet. This kit includes a fill stick, touch-up pen and care and cleaning instructions. Also included are additional shelf clips and door bumpers in the event any are misplaced during installation. Visit our Care page for more information.
    Q:What kind of warranty comes with my cabinetry?
    A:All Wood Cabinetry features a Lifetime Warranty. Visit our Warranty page for more information.
    Q:How do I adjust the doors and drawers on my cabinetry?
    A:Door and drawer adjustment is very simple and only requires a Phillips screwdriver. Visit our Care page for step by step adjustment instructions.
    Q:I want to move my roll-out trays, but don’t know how to do it?
    A:Our cabinetry allows for multiple roll-out tray placements. Visit our Care page for step by step relocation instructions.
    Q:Why don’t you include glass with the mullion doors?
    A:There are numerous glass options available from your local glass shop, home center or hardware store. Glass offerings like seedy, frosted, raindrop, crinkle, and of course clear, may be your selection depending on your décor. Supplying mullion doors without glass also provides you with the flexibility of using fabric, rice paper, lexan or plastic. For convenience, we do provide adjustable glass insert clips that adjust to any thickness of material making the installation process quick and easy.
    Q:Do I need a Finished Panel for the exposed cabinet sides?
    A:All cabinetry features a matching laminated exterior finish, so an additional finished panel is not required. To create a more custom look, you may consider adding v-groove end panels or matching end panels which replicate the look of the cabinet door.
    Q:Why do I require a separate Toe Kick cover?
    A:All base cabinets and tall cabinets are constructed with an unfinished integral toe kick for additional strength and durability. You will require a “Matching Toe Kick” (MTK8), to give you a seamless finish. You may also finish the toe kick area with alternative materials such as ceramic tile or vinyl cove.
    Q:Order Changes?
    A:Items on an order may be changed if the order is not scheduled for production. Order changes will incur a $110 processing charge plus any charges for product, if there is a refund due the $110 will be deducted from the refund. Any order changes may delay shipment.