Siteline Cabinetry has been transforming rooms from the kitchen to the bathroom to laundry areas and closets with its premium customized cabinets and finishes.
The most recent brand was introduced by Pat Corsi, who started the Corsi Group, a pioneer in cabinet building, since 1973.
Siteline Cabinetry, which started production in 2015, offers pre-designed cabinets and accessories that are not only functional but stunning to look at.
Clients give their orders to an authorized dealer, such as Royal Kitchens & Baths or Luxcraft Cabinets, who sends them on to the manufacturing plant in Keysville, Virginia. Siteline Cabinetry, which has pre-configured options, makes use of the latest technology to manufacture the cabinets.
Siteline Cabinetry delivers cabinets that break new ground in stylish features, patterns and comfort. Every cabinet is designed to a client’s specifications, such as door styles, colors and finishes.
In the bathroom, drawers can be built with partitions that store everything from makeup and brushes to shavers or soaps.
All Siteline Cabinetry products, which span from traditional to modern, are tailored to the requirements of the client and have a four-to-five week lead time.
What’s more, Siteline Cabinetry makes a wide range of more than 270 finishing materials available along with a choice of thermofoil finishes, polyester wrap finishes, wood grain and glazes, decorative veneers and more.
In addition to the functionality of the brand, Siteline Cabinetry makes it easy to add much needed storage. In the kitchen, for example, the cabinets are worth purchasing as they provide built-in options for pots and lids, utensils and even devices such as cell phones.
Accessory options include dividers in the drawer to keep each utensil in place or a customized insert that makes it easier to store spices in the kitchen. Custom drawers are also available to organize vegetables or breads.
The Corsi Group, which started in Indianapolis, has a cabinet manufacturing plant in Elkins, West Virginia in addition to the manufacturing plant in Virginia.
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