A subsidiary of American Woodmark, Timberlake Cabinetry has been in the business for nearly 30 years. They currently only offer their products to contractors or new construction projects, so unfortunately, Timberlake cabinets are not an option for renovation or kitchen remodeling. Here is some more information to help you decide if it’s the right choice for your project.
Timberlake cabinets are available through authorized dealers throughout the country, but can only be purchased by contractors or for new home projects. Pricing depends on the size, style, finish, materials and organizational extras added. For an accurate price estimate, contact a kitchen contractor in your area.
Timberlake cabinets are built with solid-wood construction and should last for decades with normal wear and tear.
To keep Timberlake cabinets looking great, regularly wipe them down with a soft, damp cloth. For tougher stains, use a cleaning solution of dishwashing liquid and warm water. Avoid abrasive household cleaning products, as these can ruin the finish of your cabinets. Also, make sure to dry any excess moisture immediately after cleaning.
Yes, Timberlake seems to give proper attention to environmental concerns. Although they do not have KCMA certification, they do have a “Verified Sustainable” seal from the Appalachian Hardwood Manufacturers, Inc. In fact, for every tree harvested from Appalachian forests, Timberlake pledges that 2.29 trees are planted in its place.
Timberlake has also strategically placed their manufacturing plants near high-population centers, reducing carbon emissions for distribution purposes. The company’s Corporate Environmentally Responsible Stewardship Program further enhances their commitment to the environment.
The Portfolio Select division offers the company’s highest quality cabinetry. The doors are built from solid hardwoods, as are the drawers. Each drawer is equipped with a full-access hidden gliding system, and the doors have adjustable hidden hinges.
Cabinet walls are a hefty 3/4 inches in thickness, and optional door inserts are available for a custom look. The Portfolio Series features some of the same quality manufacturing elements of the Select, but lacks advanced drawer implements, door inserts, and finer details of the cabinet construction.
Although Timberlake Cabinetry was founded in 1980, they didn’t go public until 1986. They are now owned by American Woodmark with manufacturing and building service centers all over the country.
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