You Should Prioritize These Three Things When Buying Cabinets As A Contractor
When you’re a contractor, you know that the customer always comes first. Your goal is to listen to their plans and execute accordingly. Despite each customer being unique when it comes to their cabinet goals, there are three things you should always prioritize when it comes to a cabinet project. As long as you keep budget, assembly, and design in mind, you’ll ensure that you please the customer every single time. When you work with ABS Cabinets Direct, you’ll find that our beautiful cabinets are not only affordable, but are also ready to assemble, checking off all three boxes that you need to consider for any construction venture.
Choosing the right cabinets that match what your customer has in mind is a crucial part of business to ensure a successful project. Because contractors rely on their reputation for many referral and new business projects, making sure to keep budget at the top of mind is a guaranteed way to continue to receive recommendations for future projects. When clients have a ballpark range in mind for budget, it’s the contractors job to narrow down on the right type and finish of cabinets while staying within the allotted amount of money it takes to complete the project in its entirety. When thinking about budget, also make sure to establish a realistic timeline. Blowing through a budget without a finish line in sight can lead to unfinished projects or a client that might not pay you until the work is done – both that are neither desirable or fun conversations to have.
Cabinet projects can come in at a large range of budgets, which is why it’s critical to accurately explain what homeowners and businesses are paying for when it comes to materials and assembly. Our cabinets at ABS are made of gorgeous, solid wood, and come in a variety of styles and finishes to please every customer. Because we’re able to offer wholesale prices to contractors, you’ll be able to keep your profit margin higher as the one doing the construction.
Once you’ve established a budget, it’s time to think about design. At ABS, we have six amazing styles of ready to assemble cabinets, offering a variety of colors and glossy finishes. When you choose RTA cabinets, you’ll find that our bar-raising craftsmanship and beautiful stylistic options range from flat panel to maple shaker, and can support more weight, and incorporate construction features that improve their longevity. Cabinet boxes are built to provide extra support, as a RTA cabinet will maintain its shape during transit and installation and should last many years in a customer’s kitchen. All of our cabinet drawers are constructed with dovetail joints to add to the strength and durability of the drawer.
If you haven’t considered ABS Cabinet Supply for your cabinet projects as a contractor, it’s time! With nearly 10 locations and showrooms along the West Coast, you’re guaranteed to find something to fit your clients’ budgets, dreams, and timelines. Check us out today by getting in touch.