Feist Cabinets is a family-owned business that was started in the Midwest and then relocated to Elk Grove, California in 1987. Our specialties are custom residential and commercial cabinets that are designed, built and installed to meet the needs of our clients.
We have a working showroom at our facility; we take you on a tour of our plant to show you several projects in various stages of completion which we believe is a great way to show you how our cabinets are constructed and finished.
We invite you to make an appointment to visit our facility where we can show you many different options as well as how our cabinets are constructed. After that, we encourage you to make an appointment with one of our designers who will come to your home, listen to your ideas, ask you questions about your goals for the space and make suggestions about how to achieve your goals and stay within your budget.
No, we do not reface cabinets.
The communication process between you and Feist Cabinets continues since we come out to take detailed measurements and ask you to verify any appliances, sinks, AV/computer equipment, stain/paint color, countertop and floor materials etc. that are involved in the room and/or the cabinets. Then we put together preliminary drawings of your cabinets, which your designer will go through in detail with you and discuss any changes you would like to make. The changes are added or deducted from the original contract total via a Change Order and a final set of drawings is created for your approval. The order goes to the plant to be cut, machined, assembled and finished, ready to be installed. Since most of our cabinets are finished before they are installed, most clients are ready for countertops, appliances and final floor coverings when the installation is complete.
This depends on the size, complexity and availability of the materials for your project. Exotic wood species or special order components may take longer than standard materials. Your designer will be able to give you an estimate of delivery date once you have approved the final drawings. A typical project takes 4 to 6 weeks from this point.