Custom vs. Prefabricated Cabinetry
Is your renovation plan finally moving towards the “heart of your house (your kitchen)?” Are you confused about whether you should have custom or prefabricated cabinetry? Well, cabinetry takes ample space in a kitchen. So, choosing cabinets is a big deal whether it’s a renovation or if you’re simply making a few home interior changes. What would you choose for your kitchen cabinetry?
Custom cabinets give you the liberty to bring your idea to life. So, if your imagination lets you create custom cabinetry that compliments your kitchen’s theme, it is the way to go. Many local shops offer custom cabinetries, or you may also get custom cabinets made from a reputable company (they may charge heftily!).
Getting custom cabinets entails producing, assembling, and fixing all the elements required for a cabinet, including frames, drawers, doors, and boxes.
Features of Custom Cabinets
With custom cabinets, there are no specific limits on how you want your cabinetry to look. From the box of a cabinet to the final finish of the entire cabinetry of your kitchen, you can choose the color, material, style, etc., of your choice.
You can choose any size and shape of the custom cabinets. You can order it, get it produced, and have it fixed inside the empty spaces of your kitchen anytime.
Custom cabinetries require job production, which in simple words is a necessity of the skills, time, and energy of an expert craftsman. Hence, fine quality is guaranteed!
Moreover, you can go for durable wood materials to maintain the durability of your kitchen cabinetry.
Drawbacks of Custom Cabinets
Due to the added time, material, and specific instructions, custom cabinets may incur higher costs than other types of cabinetry.
Since the cabinets are custom-made, the repairs may be expensive due to the need for specific components.
Due to specifications, custom cabinetry can take a lot of time, from choosing the material, shape, and size to production and installation in your kitchen.
Manufacturers produce prefabricated cabinets or stock cabinets in batches with standard rules, measurements, and limited styles. What’s more, stock / prefabricated cabinets are always available for purchase in large quantities.
Features of Prefabricated Cabinets
As their production occurs in batches, manufacturers tend to benefit from economies of scale. Thus, the end-user (you) pays less price.
Stock cabinets are ready-made and enable swift installations.
Manufacturers produce an extensive range of styles in their custom cabinets. Therefore, you can still opt for your favorite wood type and cabinetry style.
Drawbacks of Prefabricated Cabinets
Lack of Customization
Unlike custom cabinetry, prefabricated cabinets do not accommodate your specifications of shapes, sizes, or styles. Hence, you go with industry-standard cabinets.
Lack of Durability
Due to standard material compositions, prefabricated cabinets may not be as durable as your chosen wood-type custom cabinets.
Well, if you are still confused, you should consult EURO CONTEMPO CABINETRY. We offer 3D rendering so that you experience the outlook of your chosen cabinetry firsthand via digital means.
In addition to digitalizing entirely, we also offer an incredible range and variety of cabinets in our showroom for your personal inspection and choice. With our experience, expertise, and designing techniques, we can ensure the transformation of your dream kitchen into a reality. Give us a call at 435-731-5780. Or visit our website for more information.