AV Cabinetry LLC Adds New Function Showcasing Custom Made Cabinets To Their Website

June 12, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Tea, South Dakota based AV Cabinetry LLC is pleased to announce the addition of a new function to their website which will allow clients to view a catalogue of their custom made cabinets. The company's new gallery is available through the following link: https://avcabinetry.com/gallery/.

James Kennedy, a company spokesperson, says, "Now that our website’s visitors are able to view a full catalogue of our custom made cabinets, they will have a better idea of what we are capable of in terms of providing the best custom-made experience. By being able to take a look at our previous work, we also expect our clients to receive some inspiration and, hopefully, put in motion those projects that they have put on hold for so long."

The company hopes that this will help reduce the indecisiveness of their prospective clients, by giving them a preview of what their desired project would look like once it is finalized. AV Cabinetry asserts that they specialize in bringing these visions to life.

The design specialists state that the majority of their clients choose their semi-custom cabinet solutions, which offers a custom look and feel while providing some cost savings as well. Others, however, are looking for something a little more distinct, a little more unique, and truly one-of-a-kind. For these individuals, AV Cabinetry offers their custom wood cabinet projects, which are created in collaboration with their clients according to their needs, made to fit perfectly into the house's environment. Kennedy states, "Our renowned custom cabinet design goes far beyond just picking out hardware and modifying door profiles. We make sure you get the look and functionality that our distinguished clientele have come to expect."

AV Cabinetry has more than 25 years of experience creating custom and semi-custom cabinets. Throughout their history, the company has built a working relationship with other renowned businesses, working together for the good of their community. Relying on the support of each other, these companies share the same mission: To help the members of the community create the home of their dreams.

The services provided by the acclaimed South Dakota company include the design and production of Kitchen Cabinets, Bathroom Cabinets, and Garage Cabinets. These can all be selected from a distinguished catalogue, or customized by customers to their heart’s desire. The company uses only the finest quality materials in the construction of their cabinets, building a product worthy of being a focal point in their client's home. The goal is to create a cabinet that is as functional as it is beautiful.

"Whether you’re looking for a full set of custom hardwood kitchen cabinets that will immediately transform the way your home looks and feels, or just a handful of custom bathroom cabinets to increase storage while giving the space a soft, relaxing, and luxurious feel—or something else entirely—our expert and experienced craftsmen deliver time and time again,” states AV Cabinetry through their website. Clients may visit the website through the following link: https://avcabinetry.com.

The exceptional cabinets built by AV Cabinetry come with a five-year warranty, granting their customers peace of mind as they are purchasing a lasting product. The cabinets also come with a Lifetime Warranty on Door Hinges & Drawer Tracks, which are some of the areas where a cabinet receives the most stress and therefore tend to fail often.

The company has received a great deal of support from the community, who have collectively written a number of positive reviews for their services. Sophia Miles, a satisfied customer, wrote, "AV Cabinetry made our kitchen remodelling a million times easier. The lead designer was great, and incredibly helpful, while guiding us to figure out what we needed while still staying on budget. Shipping was fast and quality is exceptional. We have had our cabinets for over a year now and absolutely love them. I totally recommend this company, as they have treated me excellently."

AV Cabinetry invites those interested to connect with the company through their official Facebook page, where followers can keep track of their latest news and announcements. The Facebook page can be accessed through the following link: https://www.facebook.com/avcabinets. Interested parties may also contact James Kennedy of AV Cabinetry for an initial consultation, along with a free of charge quote for their dream cabinet project.


For more information about AV Cabinetry LLC, contact the company here:

AV Cabinetry LLC
James Kennedy
(605) 777-0100
AV Cabinetry LLC 47001 Mona Street #2 Tea, SD 57064

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