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Cabinet/Counter Top Cost

Posted by tallytomatoe (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 25, 13 at 9:39

I've gotten pricing from multiple companies and I think I'm ready to decide. I wanted to see what ya'll though to make sure I'm not crazy and this is a decent price.
The price includes :
all kitchen cabinets
two built-ins in great room
laundry room cabinets
bathroom cabinets in three bathrooms
Decorative hood for kitchen
crown and shoe molding in kitchen
ss kitchen sink, ss laundry sink and 5 bathroom sinks.

Cabnitrey is semi-custom with solid wood doors/stiles Drawers wil be dovetailed. Legacy Cabinets is the company. All kitchen cabinets are oak and the built-ins and bathroom cabinets are maple painted ivory white.

Price for cabinets is $18,967.

Counter Tops will be all cambria and total is $11,567.

This post was edited by tallytomatoe on Thu, Apr 25, 13 at 9:42


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RE: Cabinet/Counter Top Cost

For all the work and materials involved, I think you got a good price!

Look forward to seeing the befores and afters!

Suzi


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RE: Cabinet/Counter Top Cost

If those are Bertch Legacy, then it seems a bit low. Or perhaps you are doing partial overlay cabinets without much crown molding. The Cambria quote seems pretty spot on though, so perhaps your dealer has a lower multiplier because of location or volume.


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RE: Cabinet/Counter Top Cost

The cabinets will go to the ceiling (9') so the uppers will be split into two cabinets (one bigger below and one smaller on top). The cabinets are partial overlay and the crown molding will be 4 or 5 inches. Desertdance this is all new const. so I will def. post pictures once everything is complete. Thank you both for your replies.


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