In the cabinetry-making business for more than 60 years, Merillat has seen its fair share of success. Merillat remains a popular choice among homeowners due to their wide array of style choices and organizational “extras” that come standard with the designs. Here’s what you need to know to get started.
Merillat cabinets are sold via authorized dealers throughout the country, and will vary in price depending on the style, materials, size, finish, and organizational extras added to each design. Get a free price quote for your installation and see if it’s right for your home.
With most of their cabinet styles made from solid wood, Merillat cabinets should be able to withstand the wear and tear of a normal kitchen environment—and they offer warranties to back up their products as well.
As with most kitchen cabinets, Merillat cabinets generally only need to be wiped down with a soft, damp cloth. Tougher stains can be removed with a mixture of dishwashing detergent and warm water. Try to avoid using abrasive household cleaners, as these can harm the finish, and always wipe cabinets dry after cleaning.
No, according to their website, once a door is discontinued, it can no longer be ordered from the manufacturer. However, a local contractor may be able to recreate one for you.
Merillat offers three types of warranties: the Merillat Masterpiece, a limited lifetime warranty; the Merillat Classic, a 25-year limited warranty; and the Merillat Essentials, a 5-year limited warranty. You can read more about these warranties here.
Merillat was started in 1946 by WWII veteran Orville Merillat. Now a part of Masco Cabinetry, Merillat is one of the nation’s largest cabinet manufacturers.
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