MasterCraft Cabinets services the West and Midwest with cabinetry products. The name MasterCraft Cabinets is a bit of a misnomer, seeing as they do a lot more than just cabinets, including bookshelves, glass furniture, knobs, handles, pulls, drawer furniture, racks, shelving, and convenience kitchen furniture to name a few.
Here’s how to decide if MasterCraft is the best brand to cover your cabinetry needs.
The price of MasterCraft cabinets will vary depending on the material, size, finish, and customizable features added. You can check prices directly through your local contractor by filling out a free estimate form.
Committed to long-lasting products, MasterCraft has added these cabinetry features for increased durability: solid wood front frames, drawers with 75 lb. load capacity, and a twelve-step catalyzed finishing process for durability under even the most strenuous conditions.
To keep your MasterCraft cabinets looking great, simply wipe them down with a soft damp cloth. For tougher stains, use a cleaning solution of dishwashing liquid and warm water. Dry off any excess moisture.
MasterCraft cabinets can be purchased from authorized dealers in select states. To see if there is an authorized dealer near you, you can visit their dealer locater on their website, or you can grab free cost estimates for installation here.
MasterCraft first came onto the scene in 1957. The company was started in Denver, Colorado by the Hernandez family, who maintained ownership until 1985. The business was taken over by its current owner, Elkay Manufacturing Company, in 1996.
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