Frequently Asked Questions
What makes Agee Cabinet Doors & Refacing the best choice?
We are one of a select few companies that continue to reface cabinets with 1/4” hardwood - rather than a 'peel & stick' veneer that other companies use. We feel that the quality and strength provided separates us from other refacing companies. We believe in staying true to our core values in all areas of our business, and that means staying true to you.
What are your professional affiliations?
What is your workmanship and product guarantee?
We guarantee our workmanship for 1 year from the work completion date. Most materials come with their own warranties which typically range from 10 years to life. We will review our guarantee and material warranties with you as we plan your job.
Who does the installation?
Our team will assist you through every decision and support you through every phase of your project. Kiazanna in the showroom will schedule your appointment, Julie works with you on design and building your estimate then Frank sees your job through from start to finish.
Our carpentry team takes pride giving you the finest workmanship. They understand that sweating the details truly makes the difference between 'okay' and 'wow'.
Are your design consultation and estimates free?
Yes! In-home estimates with our design consultant are always no-cost, no-obligation. Call today to schedule yours.
Is financing available?
Yes, financing is available for qualified buyers. Call today for more information.
Who will I be dealing with, and who will be responsible for my project?
Kiazanna in our showroom will schedule your in-home consultation with Julie, our designer. Then Frank, our installation supervisor will oversee every detail of your project from start to finish.
For refacing, what do you do with the inside of the cabinet?
That depends on the scope of your project. Some clients chose to upgrade interior cabinet features with additions such as roll-out drawers, pull-out trash cans, lazy-susans and other fun and functional features. For projects that are limited to only refacing, there is no change to the cabinet interior.
What types of countertop materials do you offer?
Just about anything that you desire. Granite, quartz, solid-surface and laminate are the most popular countertop materials. There are so many choices today - tile, recycled glass and resin to name a few. Julie will walk you through the pros and cons of each type during your consultation so that you're better able to make an informed choice.