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Frequently Asked Questions

From the design process to our lead times, we've got answers to the most frequently asked questions from our customers. 

OUR MOST FREQUENTLY

ASKED QUESTIONS

At what point in the home building or remodeling process should I start designing my cabinets?


We suggest that you allow us to be a part of the design process as early as possible. The design of your cabinetry can affect where your walls, plumbing, and even electrical outlets and fixtures should go. The sooner that we can be part of the process, the better. We work hand-in-hand with your builder and other tradesmen to help ensure everything is laid out correctly upfront so the finished product is not only beautiful, but functional as well.




What part of my project can Sullivan’s Custom Cabinets handle?


We can help you design a functional, beautiful layout for your space. We then build the cabinetry and, if you wish, pre-finish the cabinetry to your specifications. As a custom cabinet shop, we can build virtually anything you can dream of! We’re also one of the only cabinet shops in town capable of finishing our cabinetry in-house. If you need assistance installing the cabinetry, we can coordinate that as well. As to all the other aspects of your remodel – builders, interior designers, stone countertops, backsplashes, flooring, electrical, etc. – we’re happy to refer you to one of our many partners in the Tulsa area.




How long does it take to get my cabinets?


This is the most frequent question we are asked, and it all depends on your job. Average lead times vary from 3 – 4 weeks for unfinished cabinets and 6 – 8 weeks for prefinished cabinets. This is all subject to change depending on our workload.




Do you only work with builders?


Not at all! While it is true that we have built strong relationships with many architects, builders and interior designers, we love working with individual homeowners, too! We pride ourselves in being able to fit the needs of every budget.




What are the latest trends in cabinetry?


~ In wood, white oak and walnut are very popular right now. ~ As to design, we’re seeing a lot of clean, straight lines. A true contemporary design might be too much for your taste, but we can make a more traditional design look more current by using frameless construction or by doing flush-inset doors and drawers. ~ In hardware, brushed gold is the standout right now. We’re still seeing a lot of matte-black as well. ~ For finishes, in 2019, we saw a lot of painted cabinets - particularly in various shades of blues and greens. For 2020, we’re seeing a move back towards stained cabinetry. And, white has never gone out of style!




I don’t know where to start or what styles I like.


Our Galleries are a great place to start! You can also check out our Instagram and Facebook pages, as well. If you still need more inspiration, below are some popular sites: www.nkba.org www.houzz.com www.pinterest.com




Do I need a design before I meet with you?


You absolutely can, but it's not a necessity. We have designers on our team who have over 50 years of combined experience. We can work with you to come up with a design to fit your needs and budget.





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“Thank you for the excellent craftsmanship on our custom kitchen cabinets!  Our kitchen remodeling project is nearing completion, and we are very excited!  Thank you for the beautiful cabinetry / design and for you and your workers doing such a wonderful job with the cabinet construction and such a precise job in all the measurements!  We are very happy with them.” – Karyl S.

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