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Every order at Hardwood Design Custom Cabinets goes through a step-by-step process. At each stage, whether it involves construction, staining, or installation, the work is done by members of our team who have professional expertise in that particular area. On this page we show a home entertainment center cabinet progressing from its initial design all the way through to installation. We hope this helps familiarize you with the process involved in completing your cabinets.
Going Over the Plans
The initial process in constructing your cabinet(s), after Bob comes out to your home, measures the area, and discusses the design, is for him to go over each section of the cabinet(s) with our shop technicians.
Cutting the Wood
The selected wood (Cherry, Alder, Maple, etc.) is then cut into the various shapes and sizes to mach the plans for the frames and body of the cabinet(s).
Assembling the Pieces
The cut wood is then assembled piece by piece to construct the frames of the cabinet(s).
Forming the Body
The sides, top and bottom are then assembled to form the body of the cabinet(s).
Frame and Body are United
The completed frames are then attached to the newly constructed body of the cabinet(s).
Bonding Frame to Body
In another section of the cabinet, again the completed frames are being attached to the body of the cabinet(s). Clamps are used to help strengthen the bond.
Ready for Finishing!
After the frames are attached to the body of the cabinet(s), they are sanded and prepared for the finishing department..
Staining the Cabinets!
Now the finishing process begins. Here we blend and then apply the particular stain that creates the custom finish for your cabinets.
Attaching the Hardware
As the cabinet(s) are finished, the next step is to attach the hardware.
Ready for Installation!
Next the cabinet is delivered to your home. The drawers are slid into place and we prepare for installation.
The doors and moldings are usually put in place at this time and the installation is completed. The rest is up to the customer to enjoy their new custom cabinets!
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