Craftsmanship


Cabinetmaker wearing KraftMaid Cabinetry shirt assembling a dovetail drawer

Assembled By Hand

There are no pre-assembled or pre-finished cabinets. Experienced cabinetmakers assemble your order to your final design using woodworking techniques you’d find on fine furniture.

Gloved hands of a KraftMaid finish artisan applying glaze highlights to a corbel

Trained Artisans

Not just anyone can make a KraftMaid cabinet. Artisans train for months in order to create perfectly imperfect distressed finishes that meet our standards.

Hand wiping dust off of unfinished cabinet door to prep for final finish

Master Finishers

How particular are KraftMaid associates? Many of our finishers customize their glazing and highlight brushes by trimming the bristles to play up the application techniques they have developed over the years.

 

 

KraftMaid inspector using tool to examine product

Exacting Inspectors

Throughout the assembly process, your order is carefully reviewed by certified inspectors to ensure quality.

Overhead conveyor system moving cabinet doors through the manufacturing process at the KraftMaid Middlefield, Ohio, plant

One at a Time

Every cabinet in your order is built at the same time to ensure consistency and completeness. We call it the “One Kitchen at a Time” approach. KAAT for short.

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Speedy Send-Off

Once a cabinet reaches the end of the assembly line, it’s inspected again, boxed for shipping and immediately loaded for delivery. This reduces the number of times your cabinets are handled (along with chances for potential damage) and minimizes your wait.