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Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

Posted by jayco (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 16, 14 at 16:14

We are looking to buy a few replacement cabinets for a small place in New Hampshire. Since it will be rented, we want sturdy cabinets but don't need "bells & whistles" nor fancy detailing. But a lot of the cheaper cabinets look like they would fall apart quickly. So is there a brand that is well-made but simple and moderate in price? Any recommendations?

Additionally any recs for a good place to purchase in NH would also be appreciated. Thanks!


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RE: Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

Well, I went with kraftmaid from Lowes. in New Hampshire. I got a decently priced quote from Cyr kitchen and bath out of Manchester. I believe the cabinet line was tomasville.

Ikea was a close second for me, though the closest one is just south of Boston.


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RE: Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

People here report significant savings with Ikea and say they are very sturdy. There are some differences about them though to understand. I guess assembly could be a drawback.


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RE: Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

Young cabinets are made in NH and no doubt are sold there. We checked into them at a Lowes in NYS. We didn't go that way but it was our low cost option.

Here is a link that might be useful: Young


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RE: Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

Thank you. I guess I'm probably looking for more like mid-range in price.... I'm hoping for solid ply cabinets without frills that will come in at a price not outrageous, but that we can reasonably expect to last 20 years. Possible?

My in-laws got IKEA cabinets, and two years later they look pretty bad....


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RE: Well-made, moderately priced cabinets; stores in NH?

Very possible, if you message me I can send you the contact info for a small shop in Rye NH that does fantastic work and at very reasonable price point


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