"Quite frankly we were bored with the cabinetry style we saw at "Consumers"...we wanted something different. Our contractor recommended we go see "Dan" and boy are we happy we d..."NeilHome Owner, Massapequa, NY
"My condominium's 1st floor and kitchen was ruined by Storm Sandy. My Mom stepped in with her designer and contractor and very frankly, it was way too much money for me. The co..."JenniferHome owner
At Dan's "Dynomite" Kitchens we will custom make a cabinet to fit your dreams; nothing is too small or too big.
From the initial stages of consultation and on site visits to longer term follow ups, we pride ourselves on our customer service.
We work with builders, contractors, home improvement specialists, and interior decorators, helping their customers achieve the cabinetry of their dreams. And if custom cabinetry is not in the "budget" we have several excellent "stock" lines that using our manufacturing capabilities we can "dress up" or add to give the custom look.
We manufacture kitchens, butler pantries, entertainment systems, built in furniture, furniture, closets, and of course bathroom vanities. We also can build mantels, wainscoting, and architectural details.
Anything you can imagine...we can build.
At Dan's we offer 100% custom cabinetry...including full overlay and inset door designs. We offer any stain, any color, from our 2 in house finishing lines. We can also provide glazing, distressing, sanded rub, or any type of finish you are looking for.
And we use the finest hinges, drawer slides, and accessories available in the marketplace today.
Our lead times are generally 4 weeks. We have very skilled installers that will even enhance our wonderful craftsmanship.
Our process generally works like this. We make an appointment to meet at our showroom and factory and review the architectural drawings or measurements supplied by your contractor. We go over all of the buildings specifics including bearing walls, add on considerations, electrical, plumbing, appliance locations
appliance considerations, maximize work zone and drop zones. Kitchen flow. Prioritization of needs. In other words, we spend a lot of time going over your kitchen plan, analyzing, reviewing, and challenging the plan until we have a consensus on what is the best plan to proceed with.
We'll then take the ideas we've talked about and convert them into a plan on our CAD program so we can see exactly how the plan will look. From that point we will discuss the cabinetry style, doors, finishes, and details you are looking for.
At that time we will generate our quotation and either proceed forward or let the meeting end for the time being so the customer can review and consider.
When we agree to move forward, we will visit the kitchen site (if not earlier) to make final measurements. When the finished product is done, it is recommended you visit our factory for a final approval.