Leaving you wanting more.

To us there’s nothing like movie night when we watch a movie and order Chinese food.  A romantic comedy and a plate piled with Kung Pao Chicken, Garlic Shrimp and Ma Po Tofu is our way to end a busy week.  But no matter how much we eat, inevitably by the end of the movie we are foraging for more.  I don’t know what it is, but Chinese food just doesn’t keep us satisfied.

 I started thinking about the Chinese phenomena and realized it applies to more than just food.  Many cabinet retailers sell Chinese cabinets which upon first inspection seem quite satisfying, but over time may leave you wanting more.  Although they often cost less than cabinets ‘Made in America,’ generally it is at the expense of quality.  Sure they might look nice when they are installed, but after weeks of opening, closing, pushing, pulling and slamming, little problems start to occur.  These little problems can become big problems.  The next thing you know your dream kitchen has become a nightmare.

 Other imported Chinese products have experienced dubious track records:  Chinese jewelry was laden with lead; Chinese dog food poisoned our pets; Chinese drywall corroded our homes from the inside out.  Should we be concerned about Chinese cabinets as well? 

 A-1 Custom Cabinets believes there is a simple solution to peace of mind:  buy quality constructed cabinets built in America.  At A-1, our cabinets are locally manufactured to your unique specifications.  We build your dream kitchen to be as beautiful today as it is for years to come.  Call today for your free in-home consultation.

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~ by a1cc on June 1, 2010.

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