How replacement cabinet doors are made


How replacement cabinet doors are made: Traditional Cope & Stick styles.

Replacement cabinet doors, like most kitchen cabinet doors, can be either Cope and Stick or Mitered in design.

Traditional replacement cabinet doors all used the Cope & Stick joining method. The machinery used to cut the detail in Cope and Stick doors is shown below and an example of the actual Cope & Stick joint is shown above.

We make hundreds of Traditional designs which include square cabinet doors as well as single arch, double arch, glass frames, and glass frames with mullions.

Every Cope and Stick cabinet door style is available in all wood types.

All of our Kitchen Cabinet Doors are shipped unfinished and are perfectly sanded and ready to receive the paint or stain of your choice.

Please visit our Blog at CabinetDoors.Com/Blog or our Youtube Channel for detailed information on measuring, selecting, ordering, and finishing new cabinet doors.

How replacement cabinet doors are made: Mitered styles.

Replacement cabinet doors, like most kitchen cabinet doors, can be either Cope and Stick or Mitered in design.

Mitered replacement cabinet doors all used a 45-degree joining method. The machinery used to cut the detail in Mitered doors is shown below and an example of the actual Mitered joint is shown above.

Mitered cabinet door design allows many more choices than the traditional Cope and Stick joining method, and we offer several hundred Mitered door designs which include square cabinet doors (with thousands of framing combinations), glass frames, and glass frames with mullions.

Every Mitered cabinet door style is available in all wood types.

All of our Kitchen Cabinet Doors are shipped unfinished and are perfectly sanded and ready to receive the paint or stain of your choice.

Please visit our Blog at CabinetDoors.Com/Blog or our Youtube Channel for detailed information on measuring, selecting, ordering, and finishing new cabinet doors.

The Door Stop’s website for high-volume and low-price doors lists the most popular cabinet doors online here.

Shaker Cabinet Doors

Shaker furniture is a distinctive style of furniture developed by the United Society of Believers in Christ’s Second Appearing, commonly known as Shakers, a religious sect that had guiding principles of simplicity, utility and honesty. Their beliefs were reflected in the well-made furniture of minimalist designs. (Quoted from Wikipedia)

Shaker communities were largely self-sufficient: in their attempt to separate themselves from the outside world and to create a heaven-on-earth, members grew their own food, constructed their own buildings, and manufactured their own tools and household furnishings. (Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Shaker Furniture was made thoughtfully, with functional form and proportion, rather than using ornamentation. Simple and functional were their driving principles 200 years ago and, although the Shaker community disbanded in 1959, their style of simple design is still popular today.

At we have been manufacturing Shaker Cabinet Doors since 1980 and we have made millions of Shaker doors in those 36 years.

This screencast shows one process of locating the Shaker Cabinet Door through our Most Popular Cabinet Doors link.

This product page lists some facts about the Shaker like the minimum sizes, the finished thickness, and the width of the Stiles and Rails.

By clicking the Drop-down menu for Wood Types you can see the price per square foot of the Shaker in many different woods. Selecting one of those wood types will allow you to enter quantity and sizes and price the Shaker door in the size you entered.

After you have selected wood type and entered sizes, clicking Add-To-Cart will add that door to your shopping cart. The cart and it’s contents can be seen above the order box.

When you have finished adding all your doors to the cart, clicking Checkout completes your order.

Registering with the website gives us your delivery address so we can show you the total including all shipping charges.

That’s all there is to it. Your order will be manufactured in our Arizona factory and shipped to your home or business in 7-to-10 days.

How to order cabinet doors online and factory-direct from CabinetDoors.Com

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This one-minute video will explain the process of ordering cabinet doors online from CabinetDoors.Com.

To select the cabinet door you want, click on the category containing that particular style of door.

For instance, the Mitered door category contains all of the Mitered Cabinet Doors we manufacture.

Clicking on the pictures of the other categories will open pages showing the doors in those respective groups.

This example will view, select, price and order our popular Shaker Cabinet Door in any wood type.

We’ll get started by clicking the Cope & Stick Inset Panel category and scrolling down to see the Shaker Door.

Clicking the Shaker picture opens the product page for that door.

Scrolling down to the order box displays a menu with the wood types available for this door style.

Clicking the down-arrow in the Select Wood Specie will show those woods and the price per square foot for the Shaker door in each of those woods.

To order the Shaker door simply click the wood, then enter the quantity, width and height.

Click Add to Cart, then repeat the process for each door you need for your project.

When all your doors have been added to your shopping cart, click checkout.

If you haven’t yet registered, you will be asked to do so at this time. Registering asks for your delivery address and an email address so we can confirm your purchase, resolve and questions we may have about your order, and calculate the exact shipping cost to your address.

The Cabinet Door Factory is our low-price website for saving money on Replacing Cabinet Doors.

Wholesale Cabinet Doors

The internet has allowed the DIY home-owner access to wholesale cabinet doors direct from the manufacturer, with no middleman to increase the price.

In the past if the DIY home-owner could locate a real manufacturer, he would likely find the manufacturer unwilling to sell his products directly to the home-owner. These manufacturers had tailored  marketing toward home builders and custom cabinet shops, and simply were not interested in a one-time order from a home-owner.

The internet has made selling direct to the home-owner into a profitable side-market by removing the cost of marketing and sales. A well designed website allows the home-owner access to the manufacturers products with no marketing or sales staff to inflate costs. The website allows the customer to select and order the product with no manufacturer assistance required. The website will place the order into the manufacturing schedule and coordinate the shipping, again without any additional marketing or sales costs.

Once manufacturers started to realize that allowing home-owners to purchase their products online, without increasing the size of the marketing and sales staff, the business models started to change.

For the past 18 years The Door Stop has been offering cabinet doors and drawer fronts directly to home-owners through the website

The sales cost to The Door Stop is actually less that the cost of sales to home builders, so the smaller average-size of the home-owner sales is offset by the marketing savings.

This is the reason The Door Stop started and operated the website as a wholesale source of cabinet doors marketed direct to the home-owner.

Wholesale cabinet doors sold factory-direct to the home-owner reduces marketing costs to allow web sales at significant saving to the home-owner. These cost savings typically range between 30% to 50% below the large chain retail stores.

Follow this link to browse our 13 most popular door styles. Just click a door picture, select a wood from the dropdown menu, then enter width and height sizes. The price of your door in that style, wood, and size is instantly shown. No need to list all the door information and send it to us in an email, then wait for our response. All pricing is done on the website. Then, after you have completed and approved your shopping cart, the order is integrated directly into our scheduling computers and into production within hours. Your order will be completed in just 7-to-10 days, packed, and shipped to you by Fedex Ground. Depending on your distance from our factory, shipping time will be from 1-to-5 additional days.

Several websites offer a smaller selection and focus only on the most popular cabinet door styles, like The Cabinet Door Factory. Their selection is limited but quality and customer service is exceptional.

Unfinished Cabinet Doors : How to recognize top quality

Shopping Unfinished Cabinet Doors online has a hidden question; How to recognize top quality?

The large cabinet door manufacturing companies make and supply new cabinet doors to the home building and furniture industry. These are the volume buyers of cabinet doors and they buy the doors unfinished.

There is a significant difference in quality between the large and small manufacturers of cabinet doors that is mostly attributed to economies-of-scale and investment in computerized machinery. The larger manufacturers are able to demand higher quality raw materials because of their purchasing power while smaller manufacturers just don’t spend enough. Computerized machinery investment results in exacting sizing tolerances and sanding processes that produce consistently stain-ready products. Modern computerized machinery, with multi-million dollar investments, is simply beyond the means of smaller manufacturers.

The Internet has made it possible for the DIY home-owner to purchase cabinet doors without buying from a retail chain, but the Internet has also removed the quality assurance that the Retail chain has in place. A flashy website doesn’t guarantee a quality cabinet door, and most large cabinet door manufacturers don’t have flashy websites. In fact, most of the flashy websites don’t even make the doors they sell. They are just middlemen that forward web orders to manufacturers and collect a commission on the sale.

Western Cabinet Doors, Inc is one of the largest manufacturers of cabinet doors in the United States with modern machinery and the buying power to demand high quality raw materials. In the 1996 they launched where DIY home-owners could purchase top-quality online with factory-direct pricing.

In 1996 was the only website offering cabinet doors. Today there are hundreds of sites, but most don’t actually make doors. Many buy doors from us and some even buy doors from other sites that buy from us. As you can imagine, the more middlemen in the chain, the higher the price to the end user.

Do your research on the internet and compare prices with Not only will ship you the highest quality available, you will also pay a lower price. Delivery is a consideration also. We have a manufacturing time of seven-to-tan days and shipping is Fedex.

Take the guesswork out of your DIY project. Use the highest quality doors from the highest rated manufacturer on the web. has a Better Business Bureau rating of A+ and a 97% customer approval rating.

The Top-13 Unfinished Cabinet Door Styles can be viewed, priced, and ordered here.

Custom Cabinet Doors: Where to find them and How to buy online

Where to find Custom Cabinet Doors and How to safely buy them online

Custom Cabinet Doors are not the off-the-shelf doors found at retail hardware stores. The Hardware store doors are the most common, lowest quality doors intended for the handyman building a few low-end cabinets for the laundry room.

The custom door will come from an American Manufacturer and not be imported from India or China. The American Manufacturer will offer a large selection to choose from, and will make any size you need. Sizes can be ordered in 1/16th inch steps and in virtually any wood you want.

Most of the websites offering custom cabinet doors don’t actually make the doors they sell, they just take your order and place it with an actual manufacturer. Of course they increase the price enough to make a profit, but the doors you receive will be American made and usually of good quality.

Over the past few years a few actual manufacturers have started offering their products factory-direct on websites. The advantage to finding the actual manufacturer is that you avoid paying the middleman markup and have a guarantee from the manufacturing company, instead of a guarantee from the middleman.

The Custom Cabinet Door manufacturing company with the oldest and largest online presence is CabinetDoors.Com, a division of Western Cabinet Doors, Inc. They have been in the business of making cabinet doors for home builders, custom cabinet shops, and furniture manufacturers for 35+ years and have been offering their doors on the web since the mid 1990’s. lets the remodeler see detailed pictures of the doors and allows ordering on the website. You simply select the door style you want, select the wood type, enter the quantity, width, and height, and the price is shown. Add that door selection to the shopping cart and enter your next size door. You will see the door list with the running total. There is even a button which will show the shipping charges as the order progresses.

You will know the total cost of the doors and drawer fronts, as well as the total shipping before you complete the process and enter your credit card information. Your privacy and security is assured through encrypted order processing and your piece of mind is guaranteed by our Better Business Bureau A+ rating. continues to lead in overall quality while saving the remodeler more than 30% off the hardware retail store prices. Delivery is another benefit from buying factory-direct. Our manufacturing time is 7-10 days so your doors will be completed and delivered well before the retail chain even finished the paperwork.

Kitchen Cabinet Doors: Online and Made in America

Refacing your kitchen cabinets with new Cabinet Doors that are Made in America is easier than ever before.

 while there are several websites selling kitchen cabinet doors, very few of those websites actually make the doors they sell. The secret to their web business is that they know who the manufacturers are and have set up drop-shipping agreements with them. They take your order on their website and foreword it to the manufacturer, who fills the order and ships it directly to the buyer. The website owner is the ultimate middleman. He simply adds his profit to the manufacturers and emails your order to the manufacturer.

If the end user could find out who the actual manufacturer was, his costs could be cut by over 30%.

Well, the internet allows end users to place their own orders factory-direct, cut out the middleman’s profit, receive American Made Quality, and save 30% under the big-box retail store price.

When you are ready to compare prices and quality on replacement kitchen cabinet doors, visit the big-box retailer then visit Now you can actually see the middleman and retail markup and you can actually keep those markups yourself. is the web sales division of Western Cabinet Doors. A company 35+ years manufacturing cabinet doors and an A+ Better Business Bureau Rating.

Kitchen Cabinet Doors: How to buy online and get better quality

Many folks have told us about their search for kitchen cabinet doors at big-box and major hardware retail stores. They tell us about shopping but leaving very disappointed with the quality of the cabinet doors those retailers offer.

The fact is that major retailers can’t make the profit margins they require by offering a top-quality product, so they purchase lower quality (at a lower price) and advertise it in their stores.

The internet has made it possible to bypass the retail store and eliminate the retail store markup. By simply running a Google search for Cabinet Door Manufacturers, you can locate the actual company that makes the cabinet doors. Most times the manufacturers you locate are also the suppliers to the major retailers. The difference will be the quality; the retailers buy a thin, lower quality, lower priced door. You will not even see those low quality doors, Instead, you will be buying their top quality product; the same product they offer to professional cabinet makers and custom home builders.

One of the largest Custom Cabinet Door Manufacturers in the country, and the first door manufacturer to offer their products to home-owners from a website is CabinetDoors.Com. has been supplying kitchen cabinet doors to Custom Cabinet Makers, Custom Home Builders, and Furniture Manufacturers for over 35 years. And, for the past 20 years our cabinet doors have been available on our website.

Yes, we offer our products Factory-direct to home-owners and do-it-yourself re-modelers. You can order from a selection of hundreds of door styles in dozens of wood types, and in any custom sizes you need. The pricing is shown as you enter the sizes and even the Fedex shipping is shown before you enter your payment information. No hidden charges, manufacturing time is just 7-to-10 working days, quality is far superior to the doors carried by retailers, and your cabinet doors will be made in America with a solid guarantee backed by a solid American company.

Kitchen Cabinet Doors are made in Traditional Cope and Stick designs, Mitered designs, Glass Frames, Arched or Square, even Glass Frames with four or six lights.

Nobody makes a wider selection that and nobody beats our Better Business Bureau Rating of A+.

Browse our website and see the quality and lower prices for yourself. You will receive a higher quality product and save 30% to 50% off the Big-Box pricing.

Cabinet Doors Online Factory Direct

Cabinet Doors Online: How and Where to buy

The internet has made it possible to find sources for the do-it-yourself re-modeler to buy custom sizes of cabinet doors.

The majority of Cabinet Door Websites don’t actually make the doors they sell, and because they need to make a profit, they price the doors on their website higher than you will pay if you can find the actual manufacturer.

Way back in the mid 1990’s Western Cabinet Doors, Inc launched the first website offering custom sized cabinet doors on the internet. Western Cabinet Doors is a large manufacturer of Cabinet Doors, supplying hundreds of styles of doors to thousands of Home Builders, Custom Cabinet Shops, and Furniture Manufactures across the United States.

Today you can purchase their products on CabinetDoors.Com and choose from hundreds of door styles in dozens of wood types. You cab browse all the cabinet door possibilities and price your new doors by entering your custom sizes and choosing your wood. Even the cost of Fedex shipping to your home is shown before you enter your credit card.

Compare the prices of other websites and the big-box stores to ours. Not only will you save 30% to 50% but you will get the same quality and guarantee we supply to luxury home builders across the country.

Our quality is superior, our product is made in the United States, and our production time is between 7-and-10 days.

Whether you want traditional cabinet doorsmitered doorsRaised Panel doors, or specialty doors, we make the largest selection in the industry and we have been supplying thousands of users for over 35 years.
 is not just a website re-marketing cabinet doors, we are the manufacturer and we stand behind our product.

What you need to know before ordering replacement cabinet doors

A few minutes can prevent mistakes in ordering the wrong cabinet doors for your kitchen remodeling project.

#1. Avoid measuring errors.
When you order cabinet doors or drawer fronts be aware that the size you order will be the size you receive.
Because different hinge choices no longer allow for a consistent rule-of-thumb that adds some constant size increase to the cabinet opening size, the buyer needs to order the exact size door required by the hinge design. Different hinges will have different overlay requirements.
If you are ordering hinges along with the doors, the door manufacturer will be able to assist with the door sizing because of his familiarity with the hinges he carries.

#2. You likely have a good idea of the finished look you are after, so you are ready for the “appearance” decisions.
The first decision is between the two major door styles, Cope & Stick and Mitered.
Cope and Stick, or traditional cabinet doors, are the most common and come in square, arched, and double arched styles.
Examples of Cope & Stick doors can be seen here.
Mitered doors are all square but, because of the joining method, allow for an almost unlimited number or frame pattern designs.
Examples of Mitered doors can be seen here.

#3. Also contributing to the overall look of your cabinet doors will be the wood type they are made of.
If you are seeking a painted look, order your new doors in Paint-Grade. Paint Grade doors usually have the frames made from Poplar, Alder, or Maple, and the panels made from MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) or a solid wood like Poplar, Alder, or Maple.
MDF is preferred because it does not react dimensionally to changes in humidity like solid woods.
If you are looking for cabinet doors that can be stained or lacquered and have the look of finished wood, you can choose between almost any wood type. The most popular being Oak, Alder, Maple, Hickory, Birch, Cherry, and Pine. Cabinet doors are also made from these woods with knotty included for a rustic look.
Examples of several woods can be seen here.

There are several sources for new cabinet doors.
Retail outlets like Home Depot and hardware chains have a selection of doors.
These retail outlets tend to have higher prices mainly due to the expense of inventory and salaried sales people.
Another source, made possible by the internet, is factory-direct from the manufacturer.
Manufacturer websites offer several advantages over retail outlets.
The first advantage is price; expect to save 25% to 40% by buying direct.
The second advantage is time of delivery; with no middlemen or distribution warehouses between you and the factory, you will receive your order on about 2-weeks instead of 4-to-6 weeks.
The third advantage in buying factory direst is the selection. While retail stores are limited in what they can stock by space and inventory cost, the manufactured builds each order as it is received.
You are not limited to ordering only the doors the retail chain carries, when buying factory-direct, you can order any door style, not just the styles in the stores catalog.

Keep in mind, the factory that you order from online is often the same factory that the retail chain also orders from.

So if you are likely to be receiving the same cabinet doors, why not order factory direct and choose from a much larger selection, at a 30% lower price, and receive your order in half the time?

Visit the CabinetDoors.Com website and browse the manufacturer with the largest selection on the web.

How to choose the best replacement unfinished kitchen cabinet doors at the lowest cost

It’s actually easy to find the best cabinet doors available online.

Just ask yourself a series of straight foreword questions.

1. Am I more likely to find superior quality from an established cabinet door factory or from a handyman making cabinet doors on the side?

2. Would I expect to see better quality from a source with a machinery investment of millions of dollars or a small supplier with a much smaller machinery investment?

3. Do I believe that a large supplier buying lumber by the railcar pays less for lumber than a small supplier?

4. Do I believe that a railcar customer is able to demand better lumber quality than a small customer?

5. Do I believe that a larger cabinet door supplier is able to utilize economies of scale to lower costs through volume purchasing and the increased productivity of automated computerized machinery?

6 Is it reasonable to believe that with much lower overall costs, the larger cabinet door manufacturer also offers lower prices?

Answering “Yes” to these questions can lead you to several internet sources that can, and will, save you between 30% and 50% on tour replacement kitchen doors.

Once you have determined that you now have a choice, and I don’t mean just a choice between the various retail hardware stores. You now have a choice between a retail store and the actual manufacturer.

Yes, you now have a choice of buying retail from the hardware store, or buying online directly from the factory that supplied the hardware store. The best way to see the difference in prices is to visit the hardware store and see the prices, then visit and see what the actual manufacturer charges.

Make the comparison and do the math. The savings will shock you.

Cabinet Refacing–How to save on cabinet doors online

Refacing kitchen cabinets can be much less expensive that replacing the cabinets.
But not if you must buy the new cabinet doors retail from a hardware or big-box store!

The internet has brought along some very interesting changes in our lives, and none are more advantages than the ability to buy manufactured items factory-direct, bypassing the middleman and retail markups.

This is now true for home-owners planning to reface their kitchen cabinets.
The professional kitchen refacers don’t buy the cabinet doors from a retail hardware store, why should you?

The largest manufacturer of refacing and replacement kitchen cabinet doors has been operating the www,CabinetDoors.Com website for 18 years and we supply thousands of cabinet doors daily to refacing companies all over the country.

We also offer these doors from the same website to home-owners and do-it-yourselfers everywhere.

You can still buy cabinet doors from retail chains (we also supply many of them), but their markup significantly increases the price you will pay.

So if you are looking for an American Made cabinet door, we offer several hundred designs in both traditional and mitered styles. Our production time for cabinet doors is between 7-and-10 working days, and we ship FEDEX to all to states.

Each of our doors is pictured in detail on the website and prices are shown as you enter the door size. Even the FEDEX shipping is calculated and shown before you finalize your order.

As you browse other websites you may see identical cabinet door pictures and even identical door descriptions, This is because our pictures and descriptions have been widely copied over the past 18 years, and we consider the imitators to be a testimonial to our products and service. Several of these imitators actually buy our doors and remarket them on their websites. The are the same quality doors we manufacture for our customers, the only difference is their prices are higher.

So if you are considering refacing your kitchen, you will find the largest selection with the fastest delivery at www,

To browse our most popular Replacement Cabinet Doors click on the picture below.

Our Most Popular Kitchen Cabinet Doors

How to find and buy New Replacement Cabinet Doors Cheap

One of the best ways to find a great deal on anything is to find the actual manufacturer and buy the product directly from him. The problem is that not many manufacturers want to sell direct to the end user, they want to sell in much higher volumes to retail stores.

They don’t want to increase their sales staff to handle the number of smaller orders that home owners would require.

Most manufacturers have not addressed the concept of marketing directly to the end user since the internet has exploded, but a few have.

Manufacturers that offer to sell direct to the consumer have realized that developing a successful webpage is not an increased sales cost. It’s actually a cost-reducing option. Salesmen are paid whether they are busy filling orders or drinking coffee, while a website costs much less. While it’s true that a complex website will cost tens, or hundreds of dollars to produce, the costs to maintain and operate are significantly lower than managing a large sales staff.

That’s why we are offering our Custom Cabinet Doors directly to consumers online.

The question of cost to the end user boils down to this…

Retail and Big-Box stores have large sales staffs and expensive retail stores to pay for.

The manufacturer is a factory with a website.

Who do you think has lower costs?

The retail store doesn’t buy direct from the factory, he buys from a distributor. The Distributor buys from the factory, adds his profit and sells the product to the Retail Store…who marks it up again then sells it to the end user.

Who do you think has lower costs?

Someday most manufacturers will start to offer their products online but you don’t have to wait until that someday.

You can order top-quality Replacement Cabinet Doors today from CabinetDoors.Com and pay just a little over half what you will pay at a retail or Big-Box store.

Click this picture to price and order from our most popular Unfinished Replacement Cabinet Doors.

Our Most Popular Cabinet Doors

Our Most Popular Cabinet Doors

How to buy Top Quality Replacement Kitchen Cabinet Doors and save money

By Jim Hill August 22, 2014

The issue of saving money on any manufactured item is really very simple: The more middlemen that are involved in the process, the more the item gets marked-up.

The normal path any item takes to the final consumer is from the manufacturer to the Stocking Distributor, to a Wholesaler, to a Retail Store, and finally to the end user.

Each of these middlemen must increase the price by enough to cover his costs and add his profit.
Consider an average mark-up of 20% at the Stocking Distributor, another 20% at the Wholesaler, and 40%-50% at the Retail Store. This translates into roughly doubling the cost of the manufactured product.

If there was a way to remove or reduce the middleman mark-up the end user could save some serious money.

Well, there is a way to remove the costly middlemen from the market chain: the Internet.

To be honest, buying directly from the manufacturer from his website won’t cut the retail price in half. This is because some of the functions handled by Wholesalers and Retailers must now be handled by the manufacturer himself, and these functions create a cost to the manufacturer.
For instance, the manufacturer usually ships to very few wholesalers but in very large volumes. When selling from a website the manufacturer must now sell his product in much lower volumes and to many more users. Both lower volume per shipment and more total shipments have an added cost to the manufacturer, and he must pass this added cost on.

There are a few other cost adders that the manufacturer must absorb, like adding additional customer service and order processing employees.
These added expenses add cost but nowhere near the 100% mark-up the long supply chain added.

The bottom line is that retail stores hate the internet and go to great expense to keep their retail customers from finding which manufacturers sell to the public through websites.
Why would Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, etc. spend many millions each month on Google Advertising to get their websites listed at the very top of Google’s search result pages? The answer is that they don’t want you to look at the organic (non-paid) search results where the actual manufacturers webpages will offer the same products at 20% to 40% less.

CabinetDoors.Com is one of those manufacturers. We sell our extensive lines of Kitchen Cabinet Doors direct to the end user at about 30% less than the same door available from the big-box stores. Not only cheaper but with a 10-day delivery as apposed to 4-to-6-weeks delivery through the retail supply chain.

Another interesting aspect of buying direst is that the product you receive from the manufacturer is not only less expensive and delivered much faster, it’s usually the same product you would receive from the big-box retailer. Where do you think the big retailers get their products? They certainly don’t make them; They don’t make anything…They are just another middleman in the retail chain moving the manufacturers products to the end user.

So if you are ready for new or replacement kitchen cabinet doors, why not save some money and speed-up the process by looking at CabinetDoors.Com.

The Internet is here to stay and it is presenting end users with a choice they have never had before; a choice of keeping with the old method of supporting the supply chain, or by-passing the chain and moving into the future of manufactured goods marketing.