• 3927 Main Avenue South Brookings, South Dakota 57006
  • 605-693-3583

FAQs

Q: What is the typical lead time for a build?

A:  4-6 weeks is average for a typical single family home build.  We will work with you, your contractor, or your interior designer to time your installation appropriately.

Q: Do you offer design assistance? What is the fee?

A: We offer design assistance.  Jim and Jason will work with you to design and build your space.  Design assistance is free.

Q: What are your business hours?

A: Monday - Thursday 7AM - 5PM

Friday By appointment

Q: How should I care for my new cabinetry?

A: A soft cotton cloth dampened with warm water is usually sufficient to clean your cabinetry. Use a new, clean, and nonabrasive cloth material to clean your surfaces.

A fresh solution of mild dish washing liquid mixed with warm water is acceptable to wipe surfaces.  Do not leave soapy solutions to dry onto the surface of your cabinetry - remove the soapy solution with a clean cloth and water.  Dry your surfaces immediately after rinsing with a new, clean, and nonabrasive cloth material.

Avoid:

  • Harsh detergents, strong soaps, abrasive cleaning chemicals and pads, scouring powder, scouring pads, steel wool, or self polishing waxes.
  • Laundered or used sponges and cloths may contain particles, oils, or remnants of harsh cleaning chemicals.
  • Solvent-based or petroleum-based products such as mineral spirits, nail-polish removersm, or paint thinners.
  • Ammonia or cleaning products that contain ammonia.
  • Bleach or cleaning products that contain bleach.
  • Silicone-based cleaning, waxing, or polishing products.

Q: Is assembly hardware included?

A: Yes.

Q: Will you install the cabinetry?

A: Yes.

Q: Can you match stain and paint?

A: Yes, services are available to find a stain or paint match for existing cabinetry.

  • Wood species in all finishes will exhibit color changes when exposed to light and as a result of the normal aging process of wood.
  • Each wood species will exhibit other characteristics including mineral streaks, knots, pinholes and sap runs.
  • Natural elements present in wood display a range of shades in a finished product.
  • Color and grain variations are inherent in wood and are considered the purest expression of nature and will be present throughout the cabinetry.
  • Changes in climate conditions cause wood products to expand and contract. These expansions and contractions can result in finish breaks and seam lines in the joints of doors and panels.
  • Painted finishes are different from stain finishes.  Paint matching technology is used to find a paint match for your existing cabinetry.

Q: Wood species?

A: Some common species are alder, ash, aspen, beech, birch, cherry, hickory, mahogany, maple, oak, pine, poplar, and walnut.

We can locate about any species on the market if you are looking for something atypical.

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