Located in Temecula, CA we serve San Diego, Riverside and Orange County!
Just fill out our contact form to get started on your free quote.
We will come to your home, measure your space and talk with you to get ideas of what you are looking for…
Painted white cabinets? Custom stain job? Either way, we will be able to custom make whatever you need!
After we gather enough information, we can show you a drawing of what your new custom cabinets would look like once installed in your home. Of course, many people are into Pinterest these days, so if you have any favorites saved of cabinets you like be sure to send those to us! We can always match pics you like!
After you approve the drawings, we can start to build your project. After it is custom built and painted or stained, we are ready to install it!
Anything you can dream of! There really is no limit to what we can do. If it’s made of wood inside your home, we can do it.
Our most popular projects include custom entertainment centers. Usually built into a niche that the builders so graciously leave empty, we also can build custom units to go over fireplaces and hide all the wires for your TV set up.
Kitchen cabinets are also pretty popular. With all the bank owned homes out there, it’s not uncommon for homeowners or investors to by a home with a kitchen area that needs a little TLC…
No problem! We can custom build the kitchen of your dreams or use pre-fab cabinets to keep the costs down if you wish. Either way, we’ve got you covered.
Here is a custom cabinet job we did in Riverside. We took out the soffit, made the upper cabinets taller and also added a glaze to the stain job. The 8″ crown, which also wrapped around the entire room, really set this kitchen off.
We also did an entertainment center and a desk area to match these cabinets throughout the room.
We also can do kitchen cabinet refacing or refinishing to your existing cabinets!
To the right is a custom built entertainment center we recently built. It was made to house a 73″ television, but until they get that one their current TV fits just fine in there. Sometimes, homeowners don’t want to have glass doors or speaker mesh on the front of the unit. We can use solid doors like on this cabinet and use a repeater system for the remotes. It’s an inexpensive way to get all your remotes to work with solid doors. You just place a tiny receiver next to the TV and then run wires to all your components. When you use the remote, it relays the signal right to your components and they all work!
To prevent trapping in all the heat from the TV and components, we leave a couple inches of space behind the cabinets. Holes in the back of the unit let hot air rise behind the cabinets and up out of the top, which is concealed by the crown molding.
Prices are great right now, so if you are thinking of upgrading your home with custom cabinets, now is the time to do it!