By: Jenny Cazares
Dean Cabinetry will order your cabinets, or put your custom cabinets into our production schedule, once you complete three things:
Your designer will email your final plans and contract, to be reviewed and signed by you, electronically, via DocHub. If you prefer, you may come to our office to sign the plans and contract in person, and drop off the deposit.
Your designer can also pick up the deposit when they come for the final measurements.
If you have a contractor who is paying for your cabinets, we will send everything to your contractor to review and sign.
We encourage you to review the final design plans with your contractor, prior to signing off on them.
Customers will call and explain that they need cabinets delivered within a certain timeframe. We strive to meet all realistic timeframes.
It is very important to remember that the lead time for your cabinets will begin from the date of ordering your cabinets, not from the first contact with our design team.
Any changes or mistakes could cause delays in your cabinet order. Take the time to thoroughly review your plans. If you have any questions, ask your designer or contractor prior to ordering.
Dean Cabinetry strives to ensure that your project goes smoothly from start to finish. We consistently write blogs to explain our process and answer questions our customers ask.
We always look forward to our follow up visits with our clients, to get their feedback on our process, and to take pictures of their beautiful new kitchens!