Custom Cabinet Installation: Fort Worth, Keller, Southlake and surrounding area
Barrington One Construction, LLCs craftsmanship and commitment to client satisfaction is what makes us stand out both online and in person. When it comes to building beautiful semi–custom and custom cabinets for our client’s homes and businesses, we provide unbeatable value and innovative carpentry.
Are you planning your dream kitchen and cabinetry or a gorgeous new bathroom vanity? Let us take the stress out of measuring, building and hanging your elegant new custom cupboards by putting our expertise to work for you. With endless options for style, material, doors, hardware and finishes, we’ve got you covered.
Call us to get started on a free quote or visit us in our store location to speak to one of our experts. We will walk you through our hassle free design process from start to finish and together we will increase the value of your home.
Let us be your custom kitchen builders. We specialize in a wide variety of styles and finishes and will work with you to design the progressive multi-unit custom cabinets you’ve been visualizing for your home or office. Maybe you’re more into European style –we can do that too, in fact we can even combine a variety of building styles and colors from around the world, to suit your taste.
Cabinets for Pantries, Wall Units, and More!
If you can dream it, we can build, deliver and install it. We specialize in, but are not limited to:
- Custom kitchens
- Bathroom vanities
- Wall Units
- Storage for children’s toys
- Custom pantries
- Mantles and fireplaces
- Stereo Cabinets
If you’re new to designing semi-custom or custom cabinetry, don’t sweat it. We are experts with years of experience working to ensure we fit your vision to your space. We’ll work with you every step of the process and satisfaction is guaranteed.
Design and Installation Process:
- We will listen to your vision.
- Our designers will input your vision into their software to create computerized drawings that you can look at and are easy to understand representations of your future space.
- You will review and approve or make adjustments to the design.
- Once we have your design approval and order confirmation our carpenters will get started on the build.
- Delivery to our locations is typically scheduled for 1 day prior to the installation date to ensure all materials are on site and the install is seamless. Please ensure you have enough space to store the materials.
- We will schedule an installation date – depending on the size of the space and the level of detail, an install takes an average of 2 days to complete.
- Follow up – Your feedback and satisfaction are very important to us.
Your kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your house. When you are remodeling, don’t overlook the potential that new or refaced kitchen cabinets have for brightening and renewing your kitchen. With so many options it can be overwhelming, but the experts at Barrington One Construction, LLC can lead the way to helping you choose the options that are best for you.
What is the best kind of wood to use?
There is no one best wood – it all depends on the effect you desire and your budget. Pine cabinets are very popular and give a classic or rustic look. Pine is also one of the most inexpensive woods, so it’s great when you want solid wood, but don’t want to break the bank. However, it is softer than some other woods, so it may scratch more easily. Cherry and maple are also very popular – they are naturally darker woods than pine and have a very rich texture that many homeowners like. On the other end of the budget spectrum is mahogany. It has a deep reddish brown color and is extremely durable. However, it is significantly more expensive than other types of wood. We will be happy to work with you to choose the wood that is right for your kitchen.
Can I refinish kitchen cabinets instead of replacing them?
If your cabinets are solid wood, this is not a problem at all, and it will save you a lot of money when compared to purchasing new ones. Simply remove the doors and drawer fronts and use paint-stripper (in a well-ventilated area) to remove the finish. Fill in any scratches or dents with wood filler, and then sand the surface. You will want to sand everything down, and the best way to do it is to first use 100-grit paper, then work your way through multiple sandings up to 220-grit paper. The final product should be extremely smooth. Once you apply a sealer, your cabinets will now be ready to stain, and depending on your choice of stain, they can look entirely new.
If they are fiberboard or another material that is not hardwood, your only options are to replace them, or to apply a veneer. Veneers can look great, but are not identical to real wood, and can’t be sanded or re-stained.