Let Us Help You With Your Next Kitchen Project!
We'll work directly with you, your designer or contractor to help you plan an alternative kitchen design using our workstations instead of built-in cabinetry. We can also suggest ways to blend our special pieces into a design that features exposed appliances and/or built-in cabinetry.
For Single Pieces, Mini-Kitchens and Hospitality Centers
Please contact us with your request for information concerning any single piece and we can send (email) example drawings and 'ballpark' prices. We also have a complete list of all our mini-kitchen and hospitality center models including their starting and average prices. We can also send you the information you'll need to style and order the specific model that works best for you.
For Partial or Complete Kitchen Projects
- The first thing you should do is call us! A short conversation can determine whether our Workstations are your best choice and within your price range. We can generally give you starting and average prices for most of our pieces right over the phone!
- If you can mail, fax or email (PDF file) a floor plan to us, we can create computer drawings showing how your room could look.
- You will need our designer’s catalog which contains all the information (sizes, styling options, material specifications, colors) that you will need to select your workstations.
Once you've styled your pieces, we can give you an exact quote. When you have approved your quote, we will send a contract and elevation drawings of your piece(s). Then once you have approved the contract and sent a deposit, your order will go directly to the factory. Typically production time is between 8 and 14 weeks depending upon the size of the order and the backlog in the factory.
Next, just relax! We handle the details! All this can be done very quickly, it's fun and easy too! Please see Services for more detailed information concerning the planning process.
Here’s What You’ll Receive!
We provide all the pieces of furniture, most are shipped fully assembled in one or two pieces, the largest are shipped ‘broken-down’ into a few smaller pieces that can be easily transported and re-assembled on site. We send finished stone or solid wood countertops complete with all cutouts, holes and polished edges, built-in lighting and sinks, and we can provide appliances as well, or you can buy them locally.
We provide the information you need to pre-plan the utility connections before your pieces arrive. All pieces are protected and blanket wrapped and shipped on air-ride furniture vans. Typically, you will need a few people to unload and move the pieces inside. Some of the workstations are larger than normal cabinetry so proper access routes need to be planned in advance. Installing them typically takes less time than installing cabinetry, but it is recommended that the installer is a finish carpenter or cabinet installer. That said, some homeowners with only a basic set of tools have installed their own workstations! Remember, it’s just furniture!
A Word About The Heirloom Quality Of Our Hand-Built Workstations
Heirloom quality means that the materials, finishes and the construction methods we use are as durable as they are beautiful. Our furniture is built much stronger than cabinetry because it must have the ability to be moved over and over again during its service lifetime.
Solid wood and plywood-veneered construction is used instead of paper, foil or vinyl faced particle board. Dovetail drawers, full-extension under-mounted drawer slides and solid wood, high-sided roll-out trays with 3/4 extension side mount slides are standard features that add to the efficient storage capacity of our pieces.
Our finish is a tough catalyzed conversion varnish, with a sheen that resembles a soft waxed finish. Our patented, U.L. Listed technology systems have been tested for longevity and exceed all standards. And they are modular, so that they can be easily replaced should the need arise. In short, we cut no corners when it comes to quality and innovation. Like one of our clients said...
"There are two types of kitchens; YesterTec and everyone else!"
We think you'll agree.