Cabinetry Repair Sarasota Florida Area

October 6th, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments

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If  your in need of a cabinetry (or, “cabinet”) repair man in Sarasota Florida, please give me a call.

Feel free to browse this website/blog for cabinetry repair related questions that you may have.  It’s possible that you may be able to repair your own cabinet problem without having to find someone for hire.

I would like to drop in a word of advice, if your going to hire someone to fix a cabinet issue in the Sarasota area, hire a professional cabinet maker, not a handyman. Hiring the right person for the job could save you a lot of headaches not to mention money.

Cabinet Service/Repair Sarasota, Bradenton & Venice

  • Kitchens
  • Vanity/baths
  • Laundry Rooms
  • Office Furniture
  • Wall Units
  • Formica Repair
  • Countertops
  • Thermofoil Doors
  • Real Wood
  • Beveled Edge Molding For Counters
  • Refacing/Recovering/Relaminating
  • Resurfacing /Recover
  • Hinges/Broken/Adjustments
  • Broken Drawers
  • Water Damaged
  • Hardeware
  • Alterations to existing counters and cabinets
  • Shorten Refrigerator or Hood/Microwave cabinet adjustments
  • Cabinet Installation

Close to thirty years of hands on Formica (or, plastic laminate”)  and real wood cabinet manufacturing experience in the Sarasota area.  Specializing in alterations and repairs to existing cabinets and countertops in kitchens, bathrooms, vanities, laundry rooms, and offices. Service area for repairing cabinetry extends from Venice to Bradenton.

  1. Laura Van Ess
    May 5th, 2009 at 17:10 | #1

    Need a repair on a cabinet door which came apart at the seam and has one split piece of wood. I would attempt it myself but am afraid to make it worse! I can bring it to you if possible.

  2. admin
    May 5th, 2009 at 18:01 | #2

    Thanks, I have sent you an email with contact information.

  3. Seth
    August 11th, 2009 at 16:45 | #3

    I manufacture kitchen cabinets in New York. I have a big project coming up. The customer is requesting a laminate door with an aluminum edge banding. i don’t have the proper machinery to do this. This job will be 100 kitchens plus. Any advice on how to get his done? Would you guys want to make these doors? If not, can you refer someone who can make them?

  4. dave
    November 25th, 2009 at 08:17 | #4

    I am looking for some formica called antique white dust. I need a piece for an
    end cap on the right side. I was told that it is no longer available. Can you help.

  5. Sarah
    February 6th, 2010 at 13:23 | #5


    I am looking to take out old cabinets in my kitchen and replace them with some Ikea cabinetry I am purchasing, and I am trying to find someone who can do this for me in a span of two to three days max. The old cabinetry was damaged after a burst pipe flooded the kitchen. Can you help me with this? Along with replacing the sink and reconnecting the plumbing, electricity?



  6. October 9th, 2010 at 02:13 | #6

    Hi, I thought I would ask a pro this question. What is the silver molding used in Formica countertop backsplashes? I’m in Utah and they were popular in the 90’s and I really liked thier look. Can you still buy that stuff. Home depot and Lowes sells the formica, but I dont think they do the molding. any help is appreciated.

  7. anne mohl
    November 22nd, 2010 at 12:24 | #7

    Some closet shelving came unlaminated from water damage. Its gloss white. can you replace or reglue it?

  8. December 27th, 2013 at 12:30 | #8

    I found a local person to apply thermafoil to two drawers and two cabinets that were melted by my oven. His name was “John,” but I cannot find his phone number. Do you know someone who can help me out?

  9. Paul Mottola
    February 18th, 2014 at 13:19 | #9

    I have two white thermofoil drawer faces that need to be redone (victims of a self cleaning oven). Do you know of anyone who can do that. I found a guy named Joe who said he would do it for $20 per drawer face but now I can’t find his number!

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