Our Services


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What is our process?

First Steps

1. Schedule a showroom,

virtual or phone meeting 

to discuss your wants/needs.

2. Review layout options, storage

    suggestions and pricing. 

3. House visit for measurements

    and if applicable, to look at the remodeling aspect.

Design Phase

   1. Pay 5% design agreement.

       (typically @ $1k to $3K).


Applied to your cabinet purchase.

   2. Select details and finishes.

   3. Sign contract, pay deposit, place orders  and schedule project.


   1. Remove the dated and


   2. Install the beautiful and

        easy to organize.

   3. Enjoy with family and friends!


Design and sale of custom or semi-custom cabinetry for any room. Cabinet installation and remodel services handled by your contractor.

We patiently listen to your priorities and clearly communicate your design with realistic 3Ds and costs throughout the entire collaboration. Detailed CAD drawings ensure every component works together for a seamless installation.

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Design and sales of custom or semi-custom cabinetry for any room. Our cabinetry installed by Homesteads' on-staff carpenters. Remodel services handled by your contractor.

Our friendly and knowledgeable carpenters have over 30 years of experience combined. They provide professional, clean, high quality work.

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We also offer start to finish "light" remodeling of existing kitchens when purchasing our custom cabinetry.  As part of this service we are happy to help you with select counters, tile backsplash, lighting, stools and paint colors.

With an amazing reputation for staying on schedule, Homestead's responsive project manager will answer  your questions and keep you up to date on your project's  progress and schedule.


We are happy to share our expertise and skills with you,

making decisions easy and the process painless so 

you can get to the best part...

a beautiful functional space for you to enjoy and share for many years.

Email for more information.

"Your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love."  Nate Berkus