We’re talking with Tim Castille, Cabinets To Go’s top design consultant and Indianapolis store manager.
Cabinets To Go has been around since 2008. It started a single store in Miami; now it has over 75 stores nationwide.
Tim’s favorite part of the job is the personal attention each showroom visitor receives. Customers are greeted upon entry and they’re guided through the process of creating their dream kitchen.
The first step is to measure your kitchen. You can do it yourself, get a contractor to do it, or have a Cabinets To Go contractor do it.
Next, take some photographs of the existing kitchen and bring the room’s measurements to the showroom. Once you’ve worked with a design consultant on the look you want for the remodel, an installer will visit your home and verify that the choices will fit in the room.
So, rest assured, the cabinets you ordered will fit, and there won’t be any unpleasant surprises!
No showroom in your area? No problem! You can work with Cabinets To Go’s virtual showroom. Just email your kitchen’s measurements and plans to a design consultant. They’ll reply with some images, plans and a quote for the project.
Then, you can arrange to pick up the order at the showroom, or have it delivered to your home.
The entire process, from start to finish, may take about 30 to 45 days.
Best of all, Cabinets To Go works with pros and do-it-yourselfers alike. So, you can install the flooring and sink, for instance, and let their installers take care of the rest, or you can have them install everything. The business is flexible to meet your needs, and your budget.
The kitchen cabinets themselves also are more efficient than others on the market, which may not make the best use of space. Cabinets To Go offers accessories such as cutlery storage, wastebasket drawers and under-cabinet wine glass storage.
They also have features such as soft-close hinges, full-wood drawer boxes that don’t sag in the middle, and the latest on-trend colors.
Listen to the Today’s Homeowner Podcast to learn more about how to bring a whole lot of ‘wow’ for a whole lot less with Cabinets To Go.
- [0:00] Danny introduces us to Tim Castille, Cabinets To Go’s top design consultant and Indianapolis store manager
- [ 0:45] The history of Cabinets To Go
- [3:31] The process of a homeowner thinking about a new kitchen and the first steps they should take.
- [6:30] What to bring when you’re visiting a showroom
- [11:02] All kinds of accessories are available to make cabinets more efficient.
- [14:33] More about the design services offered at cabinetstogo.com