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Kitchen Cabinets

Kitchen cabinets could easily be deemed as one of the most pertinent changes to make during a kitchen remodel in your Los Angeles home. The cabinetry in the kitchen takes up the bulk of the visual space, which means cabinetry appearance can set the stage for the rest of the design. 

You do face a lot of options with kitchen cabinetry. From choosing from prefabricated or custom designs to picking hardware and considering your budget, it can be helpful to have insight into the process in advance. Let’s take a look at some of the things you should know as you tend to the kitchen cabinets as part of your general construction

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Trust the Pros for Kitchen Cabinet Installation 

Whatever you decide to do for your kitchen cabinets during a remodel, be sure to trust the pros for help. At Oasis Builders, you can always count on us. Why trust us for kitchen cabinet installation? We:

  • Offer sound advice about the products available
  • Can answer your questions throughout the process 
  • Offer only professional installers with the proper licensure and who have been fully vetted

As an adage, we offer a one-year warranty with every kitchen cabinet install. If you are ready to get started on your project, reach out to us at Oasis Builders in Los Angeles for help. 

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Primary Types of Kitchen Cabinets

Stock or Prefabricated Cabinets 

Stock or prefabricated kitchen cabinets are “off-the-shelf” versions created by a manufacturer. These cabinets are available in limited design formations, but can be highly functional for the purpose and tend to offer the fastest installation. You can find prefabricated cabinets created from various materials, including wood, wood veneers, and even metals. While functional and cheap, at between $60 and $200 per linear foot, prefab or stock cabinets may only yield about 10 to 15 years of use. 

Custom Cabinets 

Custom cabinets are fully customized configurations to accommodate your preferences in design and layout. These cabinets involve working with a designer to pin down the details of the implements, such as the general layout, materials used, and finishes. Custom kitchen cabinets tend to come along with the highest kitchen cabinet installation cost, but the end result is most impressive. You can expect to pay roughly between $500 and $1,200 per linear foot for customized cabinetry. You get an individualized set of cabinets that are custom-designed to function within your space, as well as cabinets that could potentially last the lifetime of the home. 

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projects we are proud of

Palm Avenue,
Manhattan Beach
Kitchen Remodel in Los Angeles, Playa Vista
Playa Vista Drive,
Los Angeles
Inverness Drive,
La Canada
Mil Creek Lane,
San Gabriel
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Joplin M.
Kitchen remodeling

Kitchen Renovation, Los Angeles

Oasis Builders and Neev are hands down the absolute BEST! Having never done any construction or renovations of any kind, the whole process of renovating a new kitchen was so daunting to think about, but from the moment we first met Neev, we were put at ease and we knew he was the one! Neev was the first contractor we met with when shopping out contractors, but we did our due diligence to meet with at least 5 more. He set the bar so high on our first meeting that no one else even came close! He was so personable and super professional, understood our vision while also offering such great insight on the project as a whole. Every step of the way he was right there with us, incredibly patient and making sure everything was going to plan. His team is very hard working, always professional and always helpful and everything they did looked just spectacular in the end. Highly, highly recommended!!
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Jennifer S.
Kitchen remodeling

Kitchen Renovation, Los Angeles

I hired Oasis Builders for my full kitchen renovation and I could not be more happy with the service Neev and his team provided. Home remodeling is always tough, you never know what to expect. But thanks to Neev, we got the job done and the results are SPECTACULAR! What sets Oasis Builders head and shoulders above the rest is the level of care, consideration and compassion. No matter what obstacle we faced, Neev was right there with a solution and how we could move the project forward. Neev genuinely cares about keeping his clients happy, he is always quick to respond, he kept me abreast of all progress and the outcome was AMAZING. I absolutely LOVE my new kitchen and I highly recommend Oasis Builders to anyone needing a professional and fair-priced remodel.
John Teschner
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Refinish Existing Cabinetry 

Cabinets with a good, sturdy structure and that are relatively free from surface flaws can be good for refinishing. Refinishing involves removing the old finish and applying a new to transform the appearance of the cabinetry. Homeowners tend to opt for kitchen cabinet refinishing if they have the smallest budget. The perks of refinishing are affordability, no removal of old cabinetry is required, and you get a new look. The downfalls of refinished kitchen cabinets is the process ca be time-consuming and messy, and you are stuck with the same cabinetry layout. 

Reface Existing Cabinetry 

Most cabinets can be refaced as long as their existing structure has good integrity. If you want to keep the original layout and countertops you have, resurfacing can be a good option. Kitchen cabinet resurfacing involves reinforcing the exterior of the cabinetry and then adding a decorative veneer to create a new look. The pros of refaced kitchen cabinets are that refacing can be less expensive and you get a new look. However, the downfall is refacing is not always an option, teh process can be time-consuming, and the finish may not last quite as long as just getting new cabinets. 

New Prefabricated Cabinetry 

Prefabricated cabinetry works out for those who want quick kitchen cabinets with a basic layout and are comfortable with limited design options. Prices can also be more affordable than custom designs. The obvious perk of prefabricated cabinetry include the fact that the cabinets are quick to get and easy to install. However, you may be faced with limited design options and layouts. 

Pros

  • Easy to find at home improvement stores
  • Affordable
  • Quick to have installed

Cons

  • Limited design, kitchen cabinet materials, and size options 
  • Not very durable 
  • Hard to configure into some kitchen floor plans 
Semi-Custom Cabinets 

Semi-custom cabinets are prefabricated cabinetry pieces with detail options available. For example, you may only be able to choose from prefabricated layouts, but get to pick and choose what type of finish you want the cabinets to have. These cabinets can be functional, but they are also a bit more expensive than basic prefabricated cabinet designs. Typical prices run between $100 and $650 per foot. You may also find limited base material choices, just as it is with stock cabinets. 

Pros

  • Quicker to get installed than custom cabinetry 
  • Can offer several finish options 
  • Often completed off-site fully before installation

Cons

  • May not offer the most durable finish options 
  • Can be just as costly as custom cabinets with certain optional choices
  • May not always be as durable as custom cabinets 
  • Limited layout options available 
New Custom Cabinetry

Custom kitchen cabinets are obviously the most costly choice. However, these cabinets tend to work well for homeowners who want cabinets that are unique to their home. The process involves working with a designer or professional to create all aspects of the cabinetry and plan for the installation process. While these cabinets can be more costly, the end result tends to be the most impressive and durable. 
Pros

  • Offers a unique end product fully customized to your needs
  • Durable designs can last the lifetime of the home 
  • Can elevate the value of your home 
  • Offers the most versatile listing of design, color, and kitchen cabinet material choices 

 

Cons

  • Involves more time for design and installation
  • Higher price tag than prefabricated or stock designs 
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