Not Sure? Start Here!

Your dream kitchen is waiting to happen! Not sure where to begin? Here are some helpful tips and resources to get you started.

Here's how we can help:

  1. Come Visit
    Visit your local store to get in-person help from our expert associates and to view our inventory up close.
  2. Consult a Design Expert
    We can also help you design your dream kitchen at our stores for FREE in no time. Our associates can sit down with you one-on-one and develop a digital rendering at one of our desks. Just make sure to get the appropriate measurements you will need.
  3. Request Measurement Assistance
    Request a measurement guide for easy instructions on how to get the correct measurements of your kitchen. Or, talk to your local store to arrange for our team to come and take measurements for you!
  4. Call Us
    Contact our consumer care department to speak with a real person at our headquarters in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee.


Tips for Success

  1. Allow time:

    Plan your project to allow time for the materials to arrive before starting work. Avoid scheduling remodeling projects for times when family gatherings, holidays, or travel.
  2. Budget:

    Factor in the unexpected. In addition to buying the product, keep in mind some remodeling projects may uncover unforeseen concerns you may not see such as water leaks or damage, moisture issues, plumbing or electrical moves or additions, etc.
  3. Preparation:

    Cover belongings like furniture, TVs, appliances, or other items that could collect dust and debris. Turn off HVAC systems during the renovation project to avoid dispersing dust and clogging filters.
  4. Check references:

    When hiring independent contractors, make sure they are licensed and bonded. Always check references to see what others experienced.
  5. Scope of work:

    Make certain the bid includes everything the project requires to avoid unexpected or additional expenses. It is not uncommon for charges such as debris removal to be left out of a bid.
  6. Project Plan Changes:

    If you make changes during a remodeling project, this can cause delays, added charges, and problems when it comes to cabinets because the orders are created using specific measurements. Changes may require different cabinet sizes or fillers. Assemble only when you're certain of the final design.
  7. Assembly:

    Once a cabinet is assembled or a floor is installed, it cannot be returned. Returns are subject to a restock fee and some items may not be returnable based on the terms and conditions of the sale (e.g. "Sold As Is" / Discontinued).