Cabinet Choices Available at Lakeland Liquidation

At Lakeland Liquidation, we strive to offer our customers quality cabinet products at affordable prices.  Our cabinetry is constructed of plywood cabinet boxes (no particle board here) with wood doors.  We have several options from in-stock cabinets ready for you today, special order cabinets, and overstock miscellaneous cabinets and sometimes overstock complete kitchens for sale.

For those in a hurry or willing to finish their cabinets to save some money, we keep a line of unfinished, shaker-style cabinets in stock.  These cabinets have finished interiors with adjustable shelving. Also, in-stock we carry Tru-Cabinetry Delmar Sienna, an American-made, shaker-style cabinet finished in a dark brown stain. These cabinets come with dove-tail, soft-close drawers. Both of these options are available for same day pick up or we can schedule professional installation services for you.

If you are looking for more door style and color options, we have a large variety of choices available for special order. Our special order cabinet manufacturers include ForeverMark or Matrix, Tru-Cabinetry and Kabinart.

ForeverMark or Matrix is an import line with a limited selection of door style and color options. While they provide an array of standard sizes to cover most kitchen layouts, they are limited in their ability to customize style, colors or sizes. These cabinets are shipped flat-boxed and are RTA (Ready-to-be-Assembled). Assembly and installation are services we provided, if needed.

Tru-Cabinetry is an American-made company based in Ashland, Alabama. There are more custom options available through Tru-Cabinetry as you can choose any of their door styles and finish it with your choice of stain or paint colors available and you can even add glazing. They also offer a larger catalog of available products, accessories and trim to achieve the custom look you desire. These cabinets are made to order, fully assembled and shipped in four weeks.

Kabinart is an American-made cabinetry company. Kabinart also makes cabinets to order and offers a variety of door styles that can be painted or stained the color of your choice. Additional custom features with accessories and trim are available to complete your kitchen. These cabinets are fully assembled and shipped in five weeks.

As with any big decision, take time to research your cabinet manufacturers’ products, review the layout and design of your proposed kitchen remodel and discuss all options and timeline for your project with your cabinet dealer. Here at Lakeland Liquidation, we can help guide you with our outstanding personal service combined with years of practical kitchen remodeling experience.  We want to help you make your kitchen into the heart of your home!

Choosing Between Laminate and Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring

Laminate and Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring are both a great alternate to real hardwood floors. They both offer locking, floating joinery that snap together and are easy for do-it-yourself installation. So, what are the differences?

Luxury Vinyl Plank is 100% plastic. Laminate is 99% wood product.  This means that when it comes to wet areas, vinyl has superior resistance to moisture where laminate flooring may swell over time if subjected to repeated wetness.   Areas like kitchens and bathrooms may be better suited for vinyl plank and use laminate flooring for the rest of your home.

LUXURY VINYL PLANK FLOORING

Laminate and Luxury Vinyl Plank flooring both offer the look of wood planks in a variety of colors and styles. In addition, they both are relatively easy to install.  Maintenance and caring for these floors are pretty simple.  Vinyl can be swept and either wet or dry mopped.  Laminate floors should only be dry mopped and spot cleaned where needed.

LAMINATE FLOORING

Laminate flooring is thicker by nature of its pressed-board wood core. Vinyl is thinner.  In considering comfort, vinyl is thinner and if installed directly on concrete can be hard and cold.  Laminate with pad underlayment may be easier to walk on and warmer to the touch.

So, which one should you choose?  In order to determine what would be best for your home, you need to consider material, moisture level, and comfort along with available styles, colors and price.

 

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