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Old 02-15-2013, 02:35 PM
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Bailey Industries

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Since 1992, Bailey Industries Florida has set the benchmark of excellence in custom wood cabinets, granite countertops, hardwood floors, tile flooring, carpet, closet shelving, kitchen appliances, bathroom fixtures, bathroom accessories, shower enclosures and more. Bailey Industries provides an award-winning selection so vast it has made us a total builders flooring & cabinet resource.

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Our kitchen, bath and storage design center in Leesburg,
Florida is staffed by helpful experts committed to the excellence of your project.


Kitchen and Bath

We make kitchen and bath design easy! Your personal Bailey consultant will discuss with you or your designer what you want and review any sketches you provide. We take your ideas/sketches straight to the builder to create exactly what you envision, such as custom wood cabinets for your bath, office or kitchen cabinets, granite counters, cultured marble or Corian counters, bathroom fixtures, shower enclosures and custom storage spaces.

Next, your consultant will present numerous layout and design options for cabinetry, flooring, counters and kitchen stainless appliances. You can select from multiple product and price options, from luxury products to the high-quality value-priced Bailey Basic line. Once you decide what you want, we handle everything! We oversee building, delivery and installation.

Our on-site facilities enable us to have your kitchen or bath ready in as little as one week. That's why countless builders, contractors and homeowners choose us!


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1107 N. Thomas Avenue
Leesburg, Florida 34749
352-326-2898 Fax 352-326-3630
Toll-free 877-224-5394


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1415 Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. Suite B
Leesburg, Florida 34748
352-314-0577 Fax 352-314-0578

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Changing appliances in a new spec home?
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Have found a few houses online and am thinking of purchasing one. The only thing we don't care for is the color of the appliances. Is that something that can be negotiated to exchange from black to white or white to black, to close the deal before move-in? Is that normal or is that something that the developer wouldn't even consider?
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Have found a few houses online and am thinking of purchasing one. The only thing we don't care for is the color of the appliances. Is that something that can be negotiated to exchange from black to white or white to black, to close the deal before move-in? Is that normal or is that something that the developer wouldn't even consider?
From my experience, due to to the fact that the developer is selling hundreds of homes, PER MONTH, they do not bend on anything... BUT, you can speak to your builder at your walk through and find out who supplied your appliances (Delair or Baileys, most likely).

Maybe, and this is ONLY a maybe, you can work directly with the appliance supplier to swap out the appliances, pay the difference should you want to upgrade, BEFORE you move in (in other words, the appliances must be brand new, never used, to even stand a hope of swapping them).
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We are settling tomorrow and we are swiping out our appliances throughout Bailey industries. We are going from black to stainless steel. There is a charge but it is not overwelhelming. Did not seem to be a problem with them at all. Patti at Baileys is in charge of this
Silk thermofoil cabinets, how do they hold up?
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Default Silk thermofoil cabinets, how do they hold up?

I had decided I wanted white cabinets in the kitchen. The only option is the "silk" (off white) thermofoil product. Doing some research, I see that peeling is a frequent problem with some thermofoil lines. Now I don't know whose cabinets TV use, and like everything, there are different price points and grades etc.
I'm not sure what I really be offered until the design meeting.
Anyone out there have comments. Good or bad, regarding their silk cabinets?
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White thermofoil in our summer home and looking good 13 years later.
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have them in the cottage..sorry only 9 months so far so good..i was told that the silk thermofoils are better than the previous but we shall see
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Bailey Industries makes many of the cabinets used in TV homes.
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Our house (and cabinets) are 5 years old and are perfectly fine.
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Bailey Industries lost the opportunity to do our bathroom AND kitchen remodel cause their store hours are designed for retirees only. We ended up going to Wildwood Kitchen & Bath (showroom open on Saturdays for those of us who work) and received PHENOMENAL pricing beautiful granite..We are going to use them when we remodel the other bathroom.....
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