Limited Lifetime Warranty

  • Cabinet Craft hereby warrants to the original purchaser, that all Cabinet Craft cabinetry, door hinges, and drawer glides (“Product”) are free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use. This warranty is non-transferrable and applies only to Product used in a residential environment within the United States.
  • This warranty does not extend to Product that is installed outdoors or in garages, Product used for purposes other than that which was designed or intended, defects caused by improper handling, storage, installation, assembly or disassembly, intentional damage, product modifications, environmental conditions, abuse, or negligence. 
  • All wood products naturally expand and contract with changes in temperature and humidity. This natural movement may cause painted finishes to develop separation lines or breaks where two pieces of wood are joined together. These breaks may become more noticeable over time. This is normal and is not considered to be a defect. All finishes are susceptible to changes in color due to exposure to sunlight, smoke, and household cleaners.  Areas that have additional contact with water or fluids onto doors or drawer fronts could affect the color or integrity of the finish. Any such affects are not covered by this Limited Warranty.
  • Cabinet Craft will review the submitted claim and, at their sole discretion, determine whether the defective Product is covered by this Limited Warranty. If the Product is replaced, Cabinet Craft will to the best of their ability supply a Product of similar style and approximate color to achieve the most uniform appearance. Replacement parts are subject to availability and may differ from the original Product. Due to color changes from wood’s natural aging process and other reasons listed above, Cabinet Craft cannot guarantee that the finish of the replacement Product will be a perfect match to the other Product installed on the premises.

Cleaning and Care

  1. A soft cotton or lint free cloth is all that is needed to remove dust from your cabinets. When more thorough cleaning is required use a cotton cloth dampened with warm water or a fresh solution of mild hand soap and warm water. After cleaning with a soap solution wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth and then dry immediately with another soft cloth.
  2. Never use steel wool or soap pads on your cabinets as damage to the finish may occur. Harsh, strong, or abrasive cleaners. Solvent or petroleum-based products, ammonia or bleach-based products, citrus based products, silicone-based cleaning, waxing, or polishing products.
  3. Avoid draping damp dishtowels over cabinet doors as permanent damage to the finish may occur. High heat when using an ovens self-cleaning feature may cause damage to adjoining cabinets finish. It is advised to remove doors and drawers before using this feature. Exposure to continued direct sunlight may darken stained cabinets or fade painted cabinets. Drapes or blinds should be considered to minimize this natural process.