Your new cabinetry begins with your imagination, we listen to your desires to create your ideal space whether that be a kitchen, bathroom, fireplace surround or enviable walk-in closet. We start by looking at your space - how can it best be used to achieve your vision and style, within your proposed budget. Working together we use the latest software to produce vivid 3-D perspective images. A visit to our showroom to view our catalogues and samples all help to ensure you can carefully plan your exact requirements.
Looking for something unique, or perfect for the hard to fit spot? We will custom design and build for you, from Custom Hood Fans, Fireplace surrounds, closets to wall units. Bring us your ideas and we’ll explore with you.
Delivery & Installation
We are keen to see that the project is complete to your total satisfaction. We offer complete installation services, working to ensure everything goes smoothly in the final stages. Our eye for detail and pursuit of quality ensures everything is carefully completed.
New Homes & Renos
You have lived with your kitchen long enough and it’s time to upgrade. Perhaps you want a whole new look, maybe more storage is your goal, whatever it is leading you down the renovation path here are some tips to make the process as smooth as possible.
- Decide on a Budget: Crucially important is to have a budget in mind, before you contact a designer or contractor. Work out how much you can afford with a 10% contingency allowance (surprises do happen), a lack of budget can easily lead to over spending. A general school of thought is allow for 60% of your budget for Cabinetry and 40% on appliances and countertops. If you require structural, electrical or plumbing, that will be additional.
- Speak with a Contractor: Before beginning a kitchen renovation, meet with the contractor or the person taking lead on the renovation. Understand what they expect for timelines. If you’re getting new floors, having electricity or plumbing moved, when do you need to have the cabinets removed, who is removing them? These timelines will help you prepare for the rest of the process.
- Look at your Layout: Take some time to consider the current layout of your kitchen. Is it the best use of space, do you like the placement of appliances? Do you need more counter space, storage space, or both? Keep in mind you’re not necessarily limited to the current blueprint of your kitchen, some layouts can change depending on your budget, design and vision.
- Apply for Permits: If you are moving walls, electrical or plumbing you’ll need to visit your local planning office to determine if permits are needed.
- Appliances: If you wish to purchase new appliances (fridge, stove, wall mounted ovens etc) you need to ensure your space is adequate to accommodate them; your Designer will work with you and give you guidance before you make a purchase.
- Consider Your Lifestyle: Before meeting with your Designer, consider how and who will use your kitchen. Will the design, style and layout meet your specific needs?
- Are you a gourmet cook?
- Do you like to entertain?
- How many cooks use the kitchen at the same time? Do you have a large family?
- A clear understanding of what you’ll need from your kitchen will assist with the layout, design, and efficiency of your kitchen.
- Plan meals and a cooking strategy ahead of time: Creating a temporary kitchen and meal planning will take a massive load off of your shoulders.
- Ensure you’re ready on the day: You and your Designer will determine a date for installation. You’ll need to ensure the cabinets have been removed and are out of the way. Flooring, plumbing, electrical (lighting) have been completed or ready for cabinetry installation. There is nothing worse or more costly than having to remove something once it is installed.
We work closely with contractors & developers to design and build cabinetry that compliments the overall aesthetic of the build. We have honed our methods with every new project, arriving at a system that works seamlessly for the entire team. Our proactive approach ensures sub-trades are well informed of the next steps, and our continued high touch management of the process allows us to circumvent potential time delays. Preparing our cabinetry in advance and flexible delivery methods, allow us to stay with the pace of the construction. This process has resulted in McPherson Cabinetry's successful and cost-competitive delivery of a multitude of 60-90 unit condos, with more to come.