Wood-Mode: For over 60 years, Wood-Mode has been widely recognized for excellence in cabinet design, material selection, construction and finishes. Much of the credit is due to the many hand steps executed with pride by our dedicated craftspeople, using only the finest materials, woodworking skills, and the most advanced technology. The result is the highest quality cabinetry with an impressive range of styles, colors, woods, laminates, mouldings and hardware, so your design choices are virtually limitless.
It all starts with lumber processing at Wood-Mode’s highly integrated manufacturing facility. Wood-Mode’s own kilns perform an intensive lumber drying process that achieves the optimum moisture content required for the necessary stability of its custom cabinetry, furniture and architectural elements. Age-old craftsmanship is combined with the precision and accuracy of modern technology to provide meticulous control throughout the manufacturing process.
UltraCraft Cabinetry: The nation's premier manufacturer of full-access cabinetry for your home. With a large variety of doors styles, finishes, & prices and accessories, UltraCraft are truly "Cabinets for the way you live."
UltraCraft, a division of Norcraft Companies, has been manufacturing high-quality, full-access cabinets since 1986. Our 213,000-square-foot manufacturing facility and corporate offices are located in Liberty, North Carolina where we employ over 250 skilled craftsmen, engineers, administrators, and service representatives. We produce three comprehensive lines of cabinetry with 75 door styles in wood, thermofoil, metal, melamine, and EurotekTM veneer. In all, we offer over 10,000 different door-style/finish combinations.
UltraCraft uses only 5/8-thick, all-wood, fine-surface, furniture-grade particleboard thermally-fused (thermoset) on both sides with a polyvinyl-compound called Melamine.
Particleboard is a composition of wood particles bonded together under pressure with resin. It is more rigid, stable, and durable than plywood or solid wood.
Melamine is exceptionally strong, and resists delamination, warping and peeling. It is a smooth, tough, sealed surface that is impervious to standing water, scratch- and chemical-resistant, and will not promote the growth of bacteria. Cabinet sides, top, and bottom are joined by glue-and-dowel construction. The back is rabbeted and glued into grooves in the sides, top, and bottom.
Dynasty by Omega: "Leaders in Contemporary Cabinetry Manufacturing." When you're looking for a kitchen like no one else’s...Our Dynasty semi-custom and Omega Custom lines blend together with ease, giving you that stunning kitchen without breaking the bank.
- Dynasty Kitchens is a flexible company manufacturing a quality product that can be shipped either fully assemble or knocked down assembled in your shop.
- Another benefit that Dynasty offers you the opportunity to purchase doors through a subsidiary company Noble Doors.
- All our product are manufactured to your specifications at our factory.
- The best part is we give you a firm price up front
Custom Cupboards Cabinetry: For over 20 years the Custom Cupboards family has been dedicated to building value into each handcrafted cabinet and delivering our custom kitchen and bath cabinets, armoires, office systems and custom home furnishings with the promise of impeccable service. This tradition and trademark is the foundation of our continued growth and we hope you have the opportunity to be a part of it.
Completing your dream home with Custom Cupboards cabinetry can become reality by visiting one of our highly skilled and experienced kitchen and bath dealerships across the country. These design professionals have over 70 door styles, 9 wood choices and 1600 creative colors to choose from.
Custom Cupboards, Inc. was founded in 1981 by Wichita brothers Dan and Ron Henry to build and sell kitchen and bath cabinetry. They rented a 3000 square foot building at 242 S. Lulu in Wichita and Dan moved his personal tools from his garage into the shop. After contacting local builders for business, a few orders trickled in. They each held other jobs during the day, so they hired a cabinetmaker to work when they had orders and they pitched in after work. Eventually they had enough business to quit their jobs and turn all their attention to the new enterprise.