Considered one of the most distinguished MasterBrand brands, Kemper Distinctive Cabinetry has been in the business for over 80 years. They have a ton of materials and finishes to choose from, making them a popular choice among homeowners. Here’s how to get started.
The cost of Kemper cabinets is determined by the authorized dealers and not the manufacturer, so you will have to contact those selling it in order to get an accurate price. Get a free cost estimate for your installation here.
Built to last longer than ready-to-assemble cabinets, Kemper cabinets will hold up for decades under normal wear and tear. In addition, Kemper cabinets all come with a limited lifetime warranty so the owner is covered as long as they are the original homeowner that purchased them.
Kemper cabinets require no more care than other cabinets. Simply wipe them down with a clean damp cloth and remove stains with a solution of dishwashing liquid and warm water. Avoid all abrasive household cleaners, as they can damage the stain, and always dry them immediately after cleaning.
Kemper cabinets are sold by authorized dealers throughout the United States. You can find a dealer close to you by visiting their website and using their dealer locator section. You can also have them installed by certified contractors in your area.
While all three brands utilize the same product construction and have consistent quality, they each have different door styles and colors.
Kemper’s Distinctive Cabinetry was started by George E. Kemper, Paul W. Kemper and Ray L. Headington on February 9, 1926. They got their start by manufacturing wardrobes, chifforobes, and dresserobes and didn’t move to built-in kitchen cabinetry until after World War II. They are now part of MasterBrand Cabinets (a subsidiary of Fortune Brands), and have become the second-largest cabinet manufacturer in the United States.
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