Yellow Painted Kitchen Cabinets with Stainless Steel Appliances from Mid Continent Cabinetry

At Mid Continent Cabinetry, we hold our products to precise quality standards. Throughout our decades of experience, we have built solid relationships with the industry's best suppliers. We combine our culture of innovation and continuous improvement with the time-honored joinery techniques to make solid, modern cabinetry solutions for your home.

How your cabinets are built

  • Our doors are built to ensure quality, while still meeting the demands of a short production cycle.
  • The wood used in creating our frames and doors are native species grown in the United States. We have specifically machined frames designed to meet our exact standards.
  • The cabinet case is made from sheets of plywood or furniture board produced in the United States.
  • The functional hardware, including the drawer glides and hinges, are built for Mid Continent Cabinetry by some of the best manufacturers in the industry.
  • The finishing techniques used on the cabinets are some of the best in the industry. The stains and paints are applied by hand, and the finish coat is oven cured. This gives Mid Continent Cabinets their strength, durability, and the outstanding grain clarity.
  • Our product care extends out to our shipping as well. The cabinets are packaged individually using the proper corner protectors. We utilize dedicated trucks to ship our product to the local dealer, as well as utilizing carriers that are experienced in handling cabinetry.

Buying your kitchen cabinets

By aligning yourself with the experienced professionals from Mid Continent Cabinetry, you can turn the complicated and time consuming process of buying your kitchen into something simple, easy, and fun. Mid Continent Cabinets, in conjunction with our business partners, are some of the most experienced and respected companies in the business. Click here to search a list of our business partners.

The process:

  • Planning your dream
    • Organizing your ideas
      • The look you want
      • How your kitchen will work
  • Interviewing and deciding on who you will use
    • Along with the normal investigation that you would do in hiring a contractor, the following are some things to consider when hiring someone to work on your kitchen
      • Experience
      • Other products
      • Other services
      • Examples of work that they have done
      • Accreditation
  • The design process
    • Measuring and layout
    • How much are you having done
    • Product Selection
    • Design review and revisions
  • Ordering, receiving, and installation
    • Ordering material, manufacturing and delivery time, and taking delivery
    • Construction and installation
  • Getting done
    • Punch list