Pennwest Homes understands that your kitchen is an important place for you and your family. A cornerstone of a good kitchen is the cabinetry. It should look good, perform over time, and adjust to your changing needs. Quality cabinets are a trademark of Pennwest. EVERMORE Custom Cabinets, our factory-crafted KCMA-certified cabinets are strong, good-looking, and built to last.

All of our cabinets are built to the rigorous Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association. This KCMA label is the same as you'll find in many of the best store-purchased or custom-built cabinets. If your kitchen is important to you, then why would you want an inferior cabinet?

Simply put, our cabinets are heavier, stronger, and squarer. We even build them with dovetail construction. Our cabinets need to pass many tests, including:

  • Overhead cabinets rated to 500 pounds capacity;
  • Drawers opened 25,000 times - with weight;
  • Cabinet doors opened 25,000 times;
  • Harsh testing of cabinet finishes.

Our cabinets are regularly (and randomly) tested by authorized third-parties.

 

Through on-going tests performed by an experienced, independent laboratory, the KCMA certification program assures you that any cabinet bearing the blue and white KCMA seal complies with the rigorous standards set by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and KCMA. For more details on KCMA certification, visit: www.kcma.org.

Check out our Evermore Custom Cabinet Brochure for more details!

 

We do also offer Merillat cabinets as an option. - Ask your local builder for a Pennwest Merillat Cabinet Solutions brochure or view it online here: Pennwest Merillat Brochure.

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