Let’s talk about the finish! Paint or stain? With a wide selection of choices which one is for you? Each one has benefits and drawbacks. So let’s tackle each one. Whether you decide to go with paint, or stain, you can be assured that here at LSG Woodwork we use high-quaility finishes to give you top-grade cabinets that you … Read More
Choosing Countertops: A Variety of Selections
A big decision when it comes to new cabinets is deciding what type of countertop to crown them with. Countertops provide functionality, enhances aesthetics, and can even increase the value of your home. Here at LSG Woodwork, with out help from our partners, we can provide a variety of materials. But before you decide, there are some questions you should … Read More
Cabinet Hardware: Hinges and Drawer Slides
Let’s chat about cabinet hardware! We don’t often pay too much attention to hinges and drawer slides until something goes wrong. But if you are investing in new cabinets there are things that you should look for. So, let’s break it down and look at each component. Hinges There are two styles when it comes to hinges – traditional and … Read More
Let’s Talk About Doors!
Cabinet doors are more than just for closing and hiding away your items. They are a wonderful opportunity to show off your style and personality. Whether you are going for a warm rustic feel or a classy contemporary look, here at LSG Woodwork we can provide for you the perfect cabinet door to make your space just right for you. … Read More
Assembling the Cabinets
How are our cabinets assembled? Every cabinet begins with a CAD (Computer aided design) which is drawn up by our designer here at LSG Woodwork. This CAD not only allows you to visualize what your finished cabinet will look like, but it also creates a cut-list with detailed measurements so that we can begin the project. Each piece is cut … Read More
Plywood or Melamine: Which Materials Do We Use?
Materials make a difference when it comes to the quality, durability, versatility, and value of your cabinets. For these reasons, we prefer to use ¾ inch plywood here at LSG Woodwork. Though Melamine may be a less expensive material, it has a reputation for being prone to water damage and swelling. This can lead to the depreciation of the value … Read More