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How to Hire a Cabinet Maker Good cabinet makers know that quality is the keystone of their occupation. They acknowledge that if they can’t do high quality work, they shouldn’t waste your time. They also know that if a product is made too fast with poor results, no one will remember how fast it was made, but they’ll remember the bad workmanship. If you do your research in advance and seek referrals from friends or colleagues, you will be able to perform a better examination of the candidates. This process helps you find a good contractor. At the end of the day, the cabinet maker you hire should:
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Attend to the intricacies of the design all through the planning stage
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Offer flexibility in their designs Faultlessly match millwork, trim or furniture Work from a whole fresh perspective so that you get a unique product Uses good quality materials, hardware and construction processes Produce impeccable craftsmanship Below are questions you need to ask a cabinet maker on the interview: Will all of the work be done by you or will you order them outside? The answer has to be yes as no quality craftsman would risk compromising their reputation by patronizing produced products. Can I get some client references and speak with them? The contractor must have a good list of referrals that he can point you to for testimonials of his work. If he is hesitant or gives you all sorts of excuses, consider it a red flag. Can I check out some of your work over five years ago? This can be a crucial question, as we know that cabinet makers often promote only their recently completed projects. If you have the chance to look at some work from the past, you will feel more reassured that your prospect can produce cabinets that are durable. Do you do the finishing? Some cabinet makers do their own finishing while others contract this and other parts of the job to a third party. If they have reliable quality control for the finishing, this should not be an issue. Do you just build cabinets or do you also offer assistance with other projects? A quality and skilled cabinet maker will give you a positive response. That indicates that you can complement other projects with your chosen cabinet maker and have everything in one roof. Can I come and visit your workshop and showroom? Professional cabinet makers don’t have a problem with this, but don’t expect to find a very clean working area. Instead, appreciate their workplace as evidence of their skills and expertise. In fact, creative people often work better in chaos, so as long as the results are good, this need not be a problem.