HOW DO I GET STARTED?
It’s overwhelming, isn’t it? Our job is to make it simple. If you have plans or dimensions of the space, terrific. Been clipping photos out of magazines or pinning images on Pinterest? Share them with us! Our designers will do their best to understand your wants and needs and design a space that perfectly suits your needs! Stop by our showroom or call us today to get the ball rolling!
HOW DO YOU WORK?
We have an experience staff of designers, craftsmen and installers, all geared towards making your experience a smooth one. From the designer that can come out and look at your space and provide suggestions and solutions to your dilemmas, to the fine craftsman that create the cabinetry and materials to the installers that expertly install your design with meticulous care, we’re ready! Call us today to have one of our designers speak with you to determine what’s best for you.
DO I NEED TO PAY YOU TO COME OUT AND LOOK AT MY SPACE?
There’s no fee for one of our designers to visit your home—that’s the only way we can truly understand you and your space! We can come out, take measurements, then return to our showroom to draft up a clever plan. Once designed, we’ll share with you some images of the finished look. If you’ve been to our showroom already and have selected the doorstyle and finish you like, we can also provide estimates of roughly how much things will cost.
DO YOU HAVE DESIGNERS ON STAFF?
The best around! Each one of our designers have been working in this industry for over 15 years. They are experienced, knowledgeable, thoughtful and creative.
DO YOU OFFER INSTALLATION?
Yes, we have a dedicated team of installers that are fully insured and provide top quality installation.
DO YOU OFFER FREE ESTIMATES?
Yes, please contact our sales department at 508-875-1180 and someone will put you in touch with one of our designers.
WHAT IS YOUR LEAD TIME?
Lead time for our custom cabinetry is typically 6 to 8 weeks. We do offer other cabinetry lines for those in need of shorter lead times. Please talk to your designer for more details.
DO YOUR OFFER CUSTOM COLORS?
Absolutely! Bring us a sample of the color you want and we will make a custom sample for your approval.
DO YOU OFFER CONTRACTOR SERVICES?
We currently do not offer contractor services directly, however, we work closely with fully insured and licensed general contractors that will help with any renovation needs outside our realm. Please talk to your designer for more information.
DO YOU REMOVE AND DISPOSE OF EXISTING CABINETRY?
Yes, we can remove and dispose of your existing cabinetry, please talk to your designer for more information.
DO YOU HAVE A SHOWROOM SHOWCASING YOUR CABINETRY?
Yes, we have two showroom locations, one at 1291 Worcester Road in Framingham, MA and one at 657 Patriots Road in Templeton, MA. Both showrooms have our products on display.
DO I HAVE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WHEN VISITING YOUR SHOWROOM?
If you are simply interested in seeing what products we offer, it is not necessary to make an appointment if you visit one of our showrooms during regular business hours. We have designers on staff that can answer any questions you may have.
HOW MUCH WILL IT COST?
That’s a tough one! Every project is different, and there are many variables, such as how big the space is, how intricate the design is, the wood chosen for the cabinets, accessories within the cabinets, even the door style can effect the price! But our goal is to create a kitchen that exceeds your expectations in form and function; not budget! We work several lines of cabinetry to meet each client’s financial goal, aiming to get you the most value for that budget.
HOW SHOULD I CARE FOR MY CUSTOM CABINETRY?
Proper Care for your Glenwood Cabinets
The finished solid wood and genuine wood veneer cabinet components used in Glenwood Kitchen cabinets are finished with a high quality conversion varnish or post catalyzed lacquer top coat designed to protect your cabinetry from everyday usage. Glenwood Kitchen's finishing materials are specially formulated to exceed the most stringent industry performance standard, such as E1 standard. They are resistant to moisture and most common household spills. This finish protects the wood and enhances its natural beauty. Glenwood Kitchens' finishes will remain beautiful with very little maintenance. Follow these tips on basic care of your finished items and they'll look good for many years to come.
Avoid prolonged exposure to direct sunlight, high humidity and excessive heat as this can damage both the finish and the wood itself. Excess moisture is one of the worst enemies of any finish. Sink, range, dishwasher, oven and baseboard areas are most susceptible to this. Immediately dry surfaces where water may have spilled using a clean cloth. For the first 20 to 30 days of a new kitchen, please keep cabinet doors open as it takes approximately 20 to 30 days for the gas to be released (to cure). This will prevent the yellowing on the back of the doors.
To restore its original lustre...
For Clear Lacquer Colors: clean periodically with a mild soap and water or with vinegar and water. You may also use Glenwood's own "Lemon Oil" that may be purchased through us. Do not use regular lemon oils from your local store as these products may cause problems with your finish.
For Solid Lacquer Colors: clean periodically with a mild soap and water or with vinegar and water.
REMOVE DUST- Dust build-up, which is made up of small air borne particles, may scratch or dull the surface if not removed correctly. Simply wipe the surface with a clean cloth dampened with a fresh solution of mild soap and water or vinegar and water.
CLEAN - Fingerprints, cooking fumes, smoking residue, etc., accumulates on any finished surface. None of these contaminates will harm our finish, but they should be periodically removed to restore the finish to it's original lustre. Just wipe the surface with a clean cloth dampened with a fresh solution of mild detergent solutions. The finish is durable and resistant to most household spills. However, spills and splatters should be wiped up promptly to avoid potential problems.
CLEANING PRODUCTS TO AVOID - Avoid the use of strong soap, ammonia based products, silicone, oils, or self-polishing waxes as they may cause damage if used over a long period of time. Ammonia based cleaners will cause your finish cabinets to yellow.
GLENWOOD KITCHENS USA | CUSTOM CABINETRY FOR EVERY ROOM
1291 WORCESTER ROAD, FRAMINGHAM, MASSACHUSETTS | (508) 875-1180