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Prescreened Kitchen Cabinet Contractors in Baltimore, MD

    Parkville, MD·

    Decks, Remodels

    "They were did real nice work, were always on time. The price was good."

    Ed M. in February 2023

    Pikesville, MD·

    Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel

    "He did an amazing job in my house! He renovated the entire place!"

    Ariel K. in September 2021

    Essex, MD·

    Kitchen - Remodel, Bathroom - Remodel

    "He's done quite a bit of work for me I've always been pleased with what he does he's really good at details and thinking outside the box and bringing me new ideas I definitely recommend him to anyone that ask"

    Deb P. in July 2018

    R&Q Remodeling, LLC Logo

    In business since 2010

    Rosedale, MD·

    Renovation, Interior / Exterior, Remodeling

    About us: "We are a locally owned and operated company that values honesty and integrity and treats your home as if it were our own. We have many years of experience to give you confidence that we are your number one choice for your next home project. You will find us to be competitively priced with close attention to the details. We look forward to building a lasting relationship and guarantee your satisfaction!"

    Harford Custom Homes, LLC Logo
    Fallston, MD·

    Additions, Kitchen, Bathroom , and 2 more

    "After they did my kitchen, I am now asking them to do other projects around my house"

    Debbie D. in December 2018

    Capital Remodeling, Inc. Logo
    Hanover, MD·

    Kitchen Remodels, Multiple Window Installs, Custom Kitchen remodels , and 2 more

    "I would highly recommend this company, they are very professional and have reasonable prices. They were punctual and efficient, and I was happy with their work."

    Nathan Lara B. in October 2020

    D&R Improvements Logo
    Centreville, MD·

    Kitchen Remodels, Additions, Tile work , and 2 more

    "I've worked with Dave now for several years on projects of less than $1000 and projects up to $100,000. No matter the cost, the same attention to detail is given. I find Dave to be honest, fair, trustworthy, and very hard working. Most recently, D&R Improvements repaired significant structural issues, installed new windows and Hardy siding. It was a large, daunting project, but throughout the process I had confidence in Dave and Wayne's abilities to restore the home to a condition I can be proud of. I strongly recommend them for any renovation, addition, or repair."

    Geoffrey E. in January 2020


    In business since 2020

    About us: "At Brasswing , our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our team is committed to meeting those needs. We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service. No job is too big or too small for our experienced team. Call today for a quote."

    Capital Cabinet Refacing, Inc. Logo
    Burke, VA·

    Cabinet Refacing

    "Incredibly beautiful refacing of large kitchen ; cabinets , counters and backsplash. Javier Solorzano and crew were responsive; considerate and really created a lovely; well designed kitchen environment. My views are confirmed by house guests who consistently compliment the kitchen; even saying â  who would want to go to a restaurant when u can cook and eat in such a settingâ  . Stunning; Charlene ; Rockville, MD Also; the company stands behind their work; Javier has returned to address any limited concern I had.. Highly recommend;"

    Charlene D. in February 2023

Out of Network Cabinet Installation Companies in Baltimore, MD

How much do cabinet installation companies typically cost?

  • Baltimore, Maryland Average
  • Typical Range
    $2,833 - $6,755
  • Low End - High End
    $400 - $25,000

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Baltimore Cabinet Remodeling

The City of Baltimore sports some of the most distinctive and historical architecture in the nation. Its famous row houses with their marble steps and formstone fronts carry with them a character that few neighborhoods in any city can match. It does come with a downside, however. It can be tough to match that beauty and uniqueness with any run of the mill remodeling project. In fact, if you haven't encountered the phenomenon already, many contractors in the larger Baltimore metro area shy away from doing work in the city itself for just this reason. There's one home improvement, however, that fits the bill whether you're tackling the challenges of working on homes that date back to the 1700's or meeting the needs of modern homes out in the burbs: kitchen cabinet remodeling in Baltimore.

Baltimore Cabinet Remodels
Baltimore kitchen cabinet solutions are so adaptable to the diverse needs of Baltimore area homeowners thanks to the fact that there is such a wide range of cabinetry styles to choose from. If you're struggling with whether a kitchen cabinet remodel is right for you, here's some information that any Baltimorean should find helpful.

  • Custom cabinetry is, of course, the cream of the crop. It's not cheap, but it's perfect for custom designing a beautiful set of kitchen cabinetry that is highly functional, unrivaled in beauty, and conforms to the sometimes challenging demands of working on older, uniquely laid out homes (like Baltimore's row houses). Of course, you can't beat it in new home builds, either, since the custom nature of its construction means it's going to be the perfect fit for any home design.

  • If going custom sounds a little too pricey (custom cabinetry can easily run tens of thousands of dollars), semi-stock cabinetry offers you the option to custom design your cabinets top to bottom, at a fraction of the price a custom cabinet builder would charge (with some limitations, of course). Factory-made, semi-stock cabinets offer hundreds of different designs, styles, finishes, materials, and hardware to choose from. They'll be a step down from custom cabinetry, but you'll still end up with one of a kind cabinets specifically designed to meet the needs of your kitchen, your home, and your personality.

  • If you're on a tight budget, even semi-stock cabinetry can be out of reach. For those homeowners forced to count their pennies, stock cabinetry is always an option. Companies that specialize in stock cabinetry, as well as big box home improvement stores, have raised the bar when it comes to the quality of stock cabinets, and have made kitchen cabinet remodeling in Baltimore accessible to just about every homeowner in town, thanks to exceptionally friendly prices.

  • Baltimore kitchen cabinet refacing is another alternative to kitchen cabinet remodeling. If you've got quality wood cabinets that have lost their shine, their finish, or are just plain outdated when it comes to finish, color, and hardware, then refacing might be the perfect solution. With cabinet refacing your cabinets will be sanded down, reinforced (if needed), refinished, and updated with striking results. It's like the old Cleveland Browns. Move them to a city fanatic about football, give them a new name, a good coach, and a new look, and any Baltimore Ravens fan can tell you how that scenario ends up. The 2000 Vince Lombardi Trophy says it all. Of course, football ain't cabinets, but you get the idea. Sometimes a change in appearance is all that's needed for your kitchen cabinets to rise to the next level.

Cabinet Priority Numero Uno: The Vanity
Choosing the right vanity might not be all there is to bathroom cabinetry, but it's still far and away the most important cabinet in your bathroom, both from a storage and design perspective. For most homeowners, a vanity with multiple drawers and several larger cabinets for under counter storage is ideal. At the very least, you want to have adequate storage for the toiletries that you use on a regular basis, necessary cleaning supplies, a few extra linens, and basic appliances such as hair dryers and curling irons. If you've got the space, consider installing a double sink vanity in bathrooms that get heavy use. You'll reduce congestion during the morning rush, and the extra storage space below is an added bonus. Finally, if you're into cutting edge bathroom trends, throw all these suggestions out the window. Stone or glass vessel sinks, floating vanities with requisite glass countertops, and stand-alone vanities that resemble antique furniture are all the rage for homeowners looking to make a fashion statement with their bathroom vanity.

The Secret to Space Saving
Once you get past selecting the right vanity for your bathroom, the next question becomes how you can create more storage space without sacrificing valuable square footage in the bathroom. The answer lies in built-in cabinetry designs and overhead bathroom cabinets. There is certainly nothing wrong with traditional cabinetry designs, provided your bathroom is large enough to accommodate them and still leave you enough room to turn around comfortably. Unfortunately, in many bathrooms that just isn't possible. By building cabinets into the wall, and situating hanging cabinets out of the way and higher on the wall, you'll be able to install a functioning set of bathroom cabinets without sacrificing space. Here is a list of suggestions regarding built-in cabinet designs and overhead cabinets to help get you off on the right foot.

  • Install overhead cabinets over toilets and other bathroom fixtures. Avoid installing hanging cabinets in walkways and thoroughfares (unless you're partial to goose eggs and black eyes).

  • Install towel racks underneath hanging cabinets to maximize their utility value.

  • Install a recessed medicine cabinet. These medicine cabinets are built into the wall, rather than hung on the surface. They provide storage without taking up space, and help create a more spacious feeling overall.

  • Install built-in linen closets. A built-in linen closet is a ceiling to floor bathroom cabinet in Baltimore that provides more than ample storage for linens and other bathroom necessities. If designed properly, they can even house television shelves installed on a swivel so you can watch the tube during a long soak in the tub.

  • Install a combination built-in bookshelf and bathroom cabinet. It's an excellent way to solve two common bathroom dilemmas: insufficient storage space, and a lack of reading materials.

    The Domino Effect
    Just to be fair, Baltimoreans should know that kitchen cabinet remodeling in Baltimore is risky business. Not because new cabinetry isn't guaranteed to beautify your kitchen and more efficiently utilize the space, because it will, but because the home improvement virus is an extremely contagious one. Pulling out old cabinets and replacing them with new ones is the perfect opportunity to upgrade your appliances, slap on a new coat of paint, and change out the flooring, countertops, and fixtures. It's not unusual for a single new kitchen cabinet in Baltimore to trigger a series of events that eventually leads to a full scale kitchen remodel. Don't fret if you're on a tight budget. It's still up to you whether you want to go all the way or just improve the looks and functionality of your kitchen's storage space. In the case of Baltimore kitchen remodels, however, you should keep your mind open to the possibilities that present themselves if you're choosing to undergo such a large remodeling project in the first place.

    Hiring a Contractor
    Installing new bathroom cabinetry can be harder than it sounds, especially if you're installing a vanity, a recessed medicine cabinet, or built-in cabinetry. A new vanity requires some basic plumbin
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    Recent Requests for Cabinet Installation in Baltimore, Maryland:

    • NewProject Location: Baltimore, MD 21229
      Date: 01/2023
      Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
      Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
      Part of larger remodel: Yes
      Location of cabinets: Kitchen
      Already Purchased Cabinets: Yes
      Describe your cabinet project: Install new pre-made cabinets
      Cabinet Specialists or Remodel Pros: I just want cabinet specialists
    • Project Location: Baltimore, MD 21205
      Date: 01/2023
      What type of cabinet updating are you interested in?: Install new pre-made cabinets
      Have you already purchased the cabinets for this project?: Yes
      Historical Work: No
      Covered by Insurance: No
      Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible
      Request Stage: Planning & Budgeting
      Which of the following will you need moved or installed in your kitchen remodel (select all that apply)?: Cabinets
      Floorplan: I plan to maintain existing kitchen floorplan
      Location: Home/Residence
    • Project Location: Baltimore, MD 21229
      Date: 01/2023
      Part of larger remodel: No
      Location: Home/Residence
      Request Stage: Ready to Hire
      What best describes your vanity project?: Install - I have already purchased a vanity
      Desired Completion Date: Timing is flexible

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