Yes! River’s Edge Cabinetry has a showroom at 154 Second Street, California, PA where they display samples from their cabinet lines, door styles and finishes. They also display tile, flooring, hardware and other materials you will need to complete your new kitchen. The first step toward getting a new kitchen is to visit the showroom.
We are located in California, PA, southwest of Pittsburgh. We will travel anywhere within a one-hour drive of our showroom.
The kitchen design process takes as long as you need. Most customers schedule several appointments to gather information and make all the decisions so they get exactly the kitchen they want. You will need to decide on the kitchen layout, cabinet door style and wood species, finishes, interior cabinet storage accessories, appliances, lighting, countertops, flooring, and more. Once everything is ordered, materials usually require a few weeks for delivery.
Nothing. Our design time is worked into the cost of your kitchen cabinetry. If we don’t sell an item you want, we will refer you to knowledgeable specialists. And at River’s Edge Cabinetry, we are the contractors and installer. A one-stop shop!
Everyone wants an island in their new kitchen, we get that. But we can’t fit an island in a space that isn’t large enough for it. You must be able to move freely and safely in your remodeled kitchen. When your design is complete, you will be able to see whether you have enough space for an island. If you do not have enough space, we will discuss your options.
Our top priority is making sure you receive the best value for your kitchen remodeling dollars. This means we might suggest a less expensive option for one aspect of your kitchen to accommodate a bigger dollar investment in another. For example, we can often recommend a cabinet door style that will appear identical and cost substantially less, leaving you more dollars for your overall renovation.
Yes! We design the kitchen, sell the products you select and then do the tear-out and installation. We will be 100% involved in your kitchen remodel project from the first time we meet until the lights are turned on in your new kitchen.
No. The design we develop together does not affect your budget. People are surprised to learn that the design itself has no effect on the overall cost. It’s the door style, type of cabinet and finish, as well as the type and color of their countertops, appliances and flooring that have the greatest impact on how much a kitchen costs.