Stage 1: Appointment for consultation and measurement

No matter how big or small your project may be, from the design stage to the installation your project will be handled professionally by our staff. The whole process starts with your phone call to Chandler Cabinets. Give us a call today and schedule an appointment for one of our design and measurement team to come out and talk with you about your special needs, budget, time, and any ideas or questions you may have. From there we will take some detailed measurements and draw a rough draft of the placement of your cabinets.

Stage 2: Computer Aided design and rendering

The measurements and notes are brought back to our office and design center where they are drawn up and 3d rendered using the latest CAD (Computer Aided Design) software and equipment by one of our CAD designers. The preliminary plans are printed for review by several of our staff for accuracy before being submitted for pricing.

Stage 3: Pricing

Many factors can affect the final pricing of your cabinets, fluctuating material costs are the biggest factor, along with type of material, any elaborate designs etc… Your cabinets will be competitively priced based on square footage of material used, building and installation labor, and hardware. Once priced, we will contact you with drawings and a bid on your job for your approval. Once an agreement is made and the drawings reviewed and signed by you then the production stage can begin.

Stage 4: Production

Production begins with your finalized drawings being submitted to the shop. Your cabinets will be built in our 60,000 square foot, multi shop facility with precision accuracy and attention to detail. We utilize some of the most state of the art equipment in the industry to build our cabinets to exact specifications.

Stage 5: Hauling and Installation

As soon as the production stage is complete and an installation time and date is in place your cabinets will be carefully loaded in one of our totally enclosed cargo trailers and hauled to your location where our installers will meet to unload and install the cabinets in the house. Make sure your painter removes and numbers the drawers and masks off all drawer runners before staining or painting. To insure proper operation the drawers must be put back in the same place. Once the house is completed you should check all drawers and doors for proper alignment and operation. If something seems like it’s not right then give us a call and we will come out and do a pin, pad and adjust (procedure to align the hinges and check operation of the cabinets.)