Are you shopping for a new kitchen, bathroom, mudroom or other cabinetry?

Investing in your home is a big decision and can also be a big investment. You want to make the right decision.  Below are resources to assist you in make that decision, it is presented as information only. We encourage you to do your due diligence in shopping for the company you want to work with. Work with a Canadian kitchen cabinet or millwork company. The reasons to Buy Canadian are outlined below along with other important considerations.

Why Buy Canadian?

CKCA is dedicated to the ongoing continuous improvement in the Kitchen Cabinet sector! One of the key things we want to promote is a “Made in Canada“ product. CKCA has

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Cabinet Materials

Materials Kitchen cabinetry material are often produced from wood, Veneer, Particle board, MDF, Stainless steel, plastic laminate, melamines and Thermofoil, Here’s a list of the primary cabinet materials you’ll encounter:

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What’s Your Style?

The differences between, Contemporary, traditional & transitional Contemporary The contemporary kitchen is clean, straight and sleek. Less is more, meaning fewer accessories, hidden appliances and minimal details. Cabinets are flat-front

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Plan For The Installation

Consider who will be responsible for electricians, plumbers, tile contractors, drywall, carpenters, cabinet installers and all other trades involved with a new kitchen. Plan on where you will be living/cooking

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Popular Woods for the Kitchen and Bath

All woods have two characteristics that play important roles in determining their final appearance: their natural colour and the size of their pores. Unlike paint, both water-based and oil-based stains

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Cabinet Finish

On wood cabinets the finish is just as important as how well the cabinets are constructed. The finish not only provides aesthetic appeal but is a key component in the

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Construction Methods

Methods for building and assembling cabinets will vary based on manufacturer and the level of quality you pay for. There’s no need to become a master carpenter to be an

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Construction and Quality

The overall quality of kitchen cabinets is closely linked to their construction, meaning how they’re put together and the materials they’re made from. You’ll be wise to pay close attention

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