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Old 02-06-2015, 02:18 PM
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Did anyone add cabinets that match the kitchen after purchase? Agent said I can buy more cabinets or doors to match that they are still using this style, it is kind of a two tone maple. Is it pricy and who do you call. I am thinking of replacing the dishwasher with a panel ready and adding a 15" wide pantry cab at the end of the run in a Lily that has wall ovens so no pantry. Also switching out the wine rack cabinet as we don't drink wine. All suggestions greatly appreciated.
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Yes, we bought several matching cabinets after the fact. You need the name of the cabinet maker (should be in a drawer), the style and the color. This should be available by calling Home Warranty with your unit and lot number.

Our cabinets were made by Homecrest. If that is the brand you have you would just go to their website: homecrestcabinetry.com and look up your cabinets by style and color, I.e., Jordan maple, color ____. It's not particularly easy, but by searching their website you can find the size specifications for all the cabinets and accent pieces they offer.

They also list the dealers by zip code. We used Munz as they were able to get the order delivered quickly.
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You can also call the warranty department if you can't find a label.
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I also bought matching cabinets, in our case these were from Timberwood properties, a pleasure to deal with, and cabinets were very reasonable. We had a label on the cabinet door below the kitchen sink.
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Thanks to all. Like a dummy when we had the home inspection we didn't look inside the drawers (didn't want to be nosey) Will look when we close in mid March.
House was built in 2012, I sure hope they still make the doors. It's pretty after the fact to try the home warranty people.
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I also bought matching cabinets, in our case these were from Timberwood properties, a pleasure to deal with, and cabinets were very reasonable. We had a label on the cabinet door below the kitchen sink.
Hope this helps.
I looked online and I think ours are from Timberwood also so I am happy that they are easy to deal with.
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Here is Mike (Timberwood Properties) contact info.
Michael Belt
Timberwood Properties
352-551-9144 cell
352-751-6904 office
212 HWY 466
Lady Lake, FL 32159
Hours 9-12 a.m. & 1-5 p.m. M-F
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+1 for Timberwood. We added light rails. Look for label on back of a cabinet door, like around the sink.
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Here is a photo of what we did. This is a window seat in the nook area of a Gardenia. I hope the photo attached.

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