Michael C. Lee Cabinetry, Inc.

Creating the Finest Quality Woodwork

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Michael C. Lee Cabinetry, Inc.

The kitchen is the heart of every home. It is where family and friends come together to cook, eat, drink and catch up. Outdated kitchens often don't work welt. They may have fixed shelving exposed hinges, no hacks and little to offer in design and customization. Whether you hate a large or small space, Michael C. Lee Cabinetry Inc. will create a new kitchen made specifically for you.

Kitchens are desired for a client's individual style and requirements. Cabinets are made from the latest carb II (no formaldehyde) panels and we use the highest quality interior functional hardware available. Convenience hardware from Kessebohmer, Blum soft close door and drawer systems, Tresco integrated lighting, motorized trash pullouts and more. Our kitchens enhance your individual lifestyle and compliment your homes decor. We will create a kitchen you can enjoy and be proud of.

Michael C. Lee Cabinetry Inc. will spend the time to walk you through every aspect of your new kitchen to provide the maximum performance and space utilization.
Staying up-to-date with our products, being detail oriented in our skills as craftsmen and assuring our clients a piece of mind from actually being the manufacturer, we are confident your kitchen will last a long time.

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