Premier Millworks Co. – Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to our FAQ page! We’ve gathered some of the most common questions our clients ask about our services and company. If you don’t find your answer here, please feel free to reach out to us directly at 760-677-0297.
We specialize in Vista custom cabinetry services for various spaces, including kitchens, bathrooms, and closets. Our services range from design consultation to installation and repair.
Yes, Premier Millworks Co. is a fully licensed and insured company. We prioritize the safety and satisfaction of our clients above all. Premier Millworks CO licensed number is 1087819
Absolutely! We believe that every project should reflect the individual tastes and needs of our Vista clients. Our team offers design consultations to ensure we capture your vision perfectly.
We use a range of high-quality cabinet materials, including solid wood, MDF, laminate, and more. Each material has its unique benefits, and we’ll recommend the best fit for your project and budget.
We do both! Our team is skilled in repairing and refurbishing older cabinets to give them a fresh look, as well as installing brand-new custom cabinets in Vista.
The timeline varies based on the project’s complexity and size. After a consultation, we can provide a more accurate estimate tailored to your specific needs.
Upper cabinets are usually installed first to ensure there’s no obstruction when positioning and securing them.
Upper cabinets should be installed first. This approach helps avoid potential damage to base cabinets and provides a clearer working space.
Cabinets should be installed first. Once they are securely in place and level, countertops can then be measured, cut, and fixed to ensure a precise fit.
Yes, it’s advised to drill any necessary holes for hardware before painting cabinets. This ensures a cleaner finish as any potential splintering or rough edges from drilling will be covered by paint.
Yes, we do. If your cabinets need refurbishing, adjustments, or repairs, our skilled team is here to help restore them to their former glory.
We offer both RTA and fully assembled cabinets based on the client’s preference and project requirements.
To maintain the beauty and longevity of your cabinets, it’s essential to clean them regularly using a mild detergent and soft cloth. Avoid using abrasive materials or harsh chemicals.
Simply reach out to us via phone or our website contact form, and we’ll be happy to discuss your project and provide a comprehensive quote.
While we typically source our materials, we’re open to discussing the use of customer-provided materials. Please let us know during the consultation.
Of course! You can view a portfolio of our previous projects on our website or visit our showroom for a closer look at our craftsmanship.
To prepare for kitchen cabinet installation:
- Clear the kitchen area, ensuring all countertops and old cabinets are emptied.
- Remove any existing cabinetry and fixtures.
- Ensure plumbing and electrical systems are safely disconnected if they interfere with the installation space.
- Provide a clear path for our installation team to access the kitchen and transport tools and materials.
The typical order starts with the upper cabinets, followed by the base or lower cabinets. After cabinets are securely in place, the countertops are installed.
Common issues include:
- Doors not aligning properly.
- Drawers not sliding smoothly.
- Warping or swelling due to humidity or moisture.
- Scratches or dents on the cabinet surfaces.
- Wear and tear around handles or knobs.
A good cabinet installer is experienced, knowledgeable about various cabinet types and materials, pays attention to detail, communicates effectively, and ensures the finished product is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
Start by measuring and marking the exact locations where cabinets will go, ensuring everything is level. It’s generally advised to begin with upper cabinets to avoid leaning over base cabinets during installation.