- By Signature Home Services
- In Bathroom, Cabinets, DeWils Cabinets, Kitchens, Signature Home Services, Storage
Many, many moons ago, we use to make our own cabinets for our clients. Rob wanted to have custom cabinets that lasted for our clients.
Then, at a Builder Expo, he ran into a representative for DeWils Cabinets.
Upon meeting with the local representative and inspecting DeWils products, we decided to team up with them. Since then, we get the beautiful and long-lasting custom cabinets from DeWils, and Rob and I can concentrate on making our clients’ homes more beautiful with all the other craftsmanship we focus on.
Let me tell you a little bit about DeWils Cabinets and what makes them so special…you can see for yourself, too, in the 3D virtual tour of their space that we provide right on our website.
The History of DeWils Custom Cabinetry
DeWils started as a small family owned and operated cabinet company. Their commitment to quality craftsmanship and business integrity has never been compromised as they grew larger and larger.
They have several choices of wood so you can get exactly what you want:
- Knotty alder
- White oak
- Red oak
- And walnut
They also have a wide variety of stains, glazes and paints for any kitchen or bath. They even have some distressing that they can do…
These are some DeWils cabinets from our recent remodels…
Custom Cabinet Specs
What most cabinet companies use as add ons for their cabinets, come standard for DeWils, such as:
- Premium full extension and soft close hardware
- Extensive use of sustainable hardwoods
- Hand sanded and hand rubbed stains
- Plywood case construction
- Full adjustable ¾ inch plywood shelving
They use eco friendly materials for their cabinetry, too. DeWils strives for a product that is healthy for your home and for the planet.
The care and cleaning are pretty simple as well. You’ll have long lasting beautiful cabinets for years to come.
You can read more about DeWils Cabinets HERE.
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