Kitchen Cabinets in Naperville and Lisle, IL
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Kitchen Cabinets Naperville
With the help of a professional kitchen cabinet installer, you can upgrade your kitchen and make it more organized. New cabinets will provide plenty of storage for all those cooking items while also keeping them clean!
Cabinets City is your one-stop shop for all of the cabinets you’ll ever need. We offer a wide selection that is ready to install, or come see us at our showroom and take home something special!
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in your home. Not only does it provide a place for cooking and entertaining, but also provides storage space! With cabinets from Captains’ Stations to spacious Wine Cellars, you’ll have all sorts of amenities without sacrificing any floor area at Cabinets City.
With so many options to choose from, you’re sure not going to run out of choices anytime soon. From modern cabinet styles or one that’s more traditional looking – there is an option for everyone!
Granite Countertops Naperville
Granite countertops are the best in terms of style and functionality. With a variety of colors available, you can find one that matches your kitchen aesthetic while also being tough enough for any task thrown its way!
Granite is the perfect material for your home because it’s strong and durable. The colors of granite are endless – you’ll find an option to match any design taste in just about every color!
This durable material will ensure your countertop lasts for years without showing any signs of wear or damage.
Quartz Countertops Naperville
Quartz is the perfect material for your next kitchen renovation. It has all of those beautiful colors that marble, granite, and other durable countertops have to offer without any worries about stains or scratches!
Engineered quartz is perfect for integrating into your kitchen and other rooms in the home without having to do an all-out redesign. It will give them a fresh new look while still preserving their traditional feel!
Bathroom Vanities Naperville
Bathroom vanities are a wonderful place to store items, but they also serve as the focal point of any design. Whether you have an outdated one that needs replacing or if it’s something simple like changing out lighting fixtures and wall sconces with new ones; anything can be done which will amplify how beautiful this space really is!
It doesn’t matter if you want a natural stone or an engineered one, we have options for every style! At Cabinets City, our customers can find countertops in marble and granite that not only match their homes’ decor perfectly but also sell quickly on sale day so they’ll be sure to make maximum profit.
Kitchen Cabinets & Granite Countertops Naperville
The village of Naperville is in Cook County in the northeast part of Illinois state. It is suburb of Chicago and part of the area around the I-90 called the Golden Corridor. It is about 28 miles from the Chicago Loop on the northwest side and 10 miles from O’Hare International Airport. As a village, Naperville is pretty big, with a total area of 19,333 square miles, has the 11th largest mall in the US, and one of only two IKEA stores in Illinois.
It wasn’t always so developed, however, The transition of Naperville from rural area to suburban metropolis is actually quite interesting. In the beginning, the area was occupied for the longest time by different Native American tribes including the Potawatomi Sauk, Fox, and Kickapoo. Americans from the East and German immigrants only began to arrive in the mid-1800s.
Legend has it that among the first settlers were Americans Trumball Kent, Ernst Schween, and Horace Williams, as well as Johann Sunderlage, a German surveyor who like the place so much he brought his family over from Germany in 1836. At one point, most of the Naperville properties were owned by German immigrants and their families as most Americans that had initially settled in the area moved farther west to the Great Plaines. By 1870, the town was as German as any town in Germany, and continued to be so until the 1930s when the Great Depression resulted in foreclosure of some German-owned farms, which were subsequently bought by non-Germans.
The town’s name was declare during a town meeting in 1850. This was when one of the landowners Friedrich Henrich Nerge said that it will be Naperville. However, it wasn’t until 1956 that it became an incorporated village, a year after construction began on the O’Hare International Airport.Three years later, the first of large scale developments in the area was begun by Alfred Campanelli. The Woodfield Mall opened in 1971 as more of the neighboring area was annexed to make room for the many manufacturing, industrial, and retail establishments that sprang up in the area. This expansion essentially changed the village from a quiet rural community to an urban environment.
Things to Do Around Naperville
The St. Peter Lutheran Church was up in 1847 and is the oldest in Naperville, currently still up as a museum. Back in the day until 1970, the services were in German, the first language of many of the residents. Former Illinois Lieutenant Governor Francis Hoffman used to hold religious meetings there.
You can stroll around for a good while in Woodfield Mall, but you can also check out The Robert O. Atcher Municipal Center. For a guided tour of the architectural treasures in the area, you can go with one of the Schweikher Home & Studio Tours
You might also want to go to the Prairie Center for the Arts and catch a performance or imbibe the local culture at the Farmer’s Market from June to October. Go back even further and check out the Native American owned and operated Trickster Art Gallery.
Go back to nature by going to the Naperville Park District, where you can seek some peace and quiet at the Spring Valley Nature Center, an outdoor living museum.
New for the old-fashioned
The clients had inherited a charming 3-bedroom ranch house in Naperville built in 1967, and was making plans to move there from Wisconsin. It was very traditional design, which was exactly how the client wants. However, the kitchen cabinets were not in good condition, and they were quite small, so the client wanted them all replaced. She contacted us for a quote on new cabinets.
We went over to take measurements and look at the existing design so we could advise the client about what we can do and how much it would cost. She wanted the new cabinets to be in keeping with the rest of the house but with a lot of storage. With hardwood floors and furniture, white walls, and red brick, the best cabinet color would be white. We recommended 42 inch shaker style cabinets with crown molding. Also we gave her a quote for Schrock cabinets, and she put down a deposit. We advised her that delivery would be in two to three weeks.
We were able to deliver the cabinets to the client on schedule. We followed up after two weeks to find out if there were any problems. In addition we saw that installation had gone without a hitch. We asked the client for photos of the installed cabinets. And we were very happy to see that it did look as good in the kitchen as we anticipated. The client was very thankful to us for the advice and she was very happy with the product.
Quality cabinets in a flash
We carry various lines of high-quality cabinets in the US for all tastes and budgets, so you are sure to get what you need from us. Aside from Schrock, we also carry Wolf Classic, J&K Cabinetry, Fabuwood, Echelon, and Forevermark. We can also accommodate custom cabinets if you need them. Contact us now for quality cabinets in a flash.