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HOW DO I GET STARTED? Whether you’re building a new home, renovating / remodeling or expanding your current kitchen, it can be a major project. Chaulk professionals are here to help you every step of the way. If you are building a new home, make sure to bring a copy of your house plans when you meet with Chaulk. Discussing features of your new home will help your us understand your design style and ensure proper flow throughout your home. Once your design is complete, we will work with your builder to determine the timing of your cabinets and schedule the installation. Before You Begin Your Project: 1) Explore Your Budget Options Many design options and features are available for your new kitchen at various price points. Team Chaulk will help determine how you can achieve your dream kitchen within your budget. 2) Complete a Schedule Timing will depend on the complexity of the design and the magnitude of the project. We can help plan the timing of your project and keep work on schedule. 3) Determine Functionality and Lifestyle Decide what problems you have with your current kitchen and what feature you would like to incorporate into your new kitchen. Also consider your lifestyle and interests when thinking about the functionality of your kitchen. 4) Determine your Design Style Search online design sites for kitchens and features that appeal to you and inspirational photos. 5) Appliances Decide if you will be purchasing new appliances or re-using existing ones. Visit appliance showrooms and websites to determine what appliances you will be using in your new space. The amount and size of your appliances will play a significant role in the design of your new space. The look of your appliances will contribute to the overall look and feel of your kitchen.

HOW LONG WILL MY ORDER TAKE? It will depend on the product line that we're working with for you: 2-3 Weeks - Sleekline 4-6 Weeks - Streamline 4-8 Weeks - Signature The above timelines are from the contract signing until kitchen is delivered. (Dependent on Door Style, Finish, Drawer System and Custom Cabinets. Some product types may take longer however this will be discussed in initial consultation with Chaulk). 2-5 Working Days: For installation of kitchen/cabinetry. This will vary with size and complexity of your project. (Some service work may be required after completion). 2-14 Working Days: For manufacturing of countertops after cabinets are installed. Some laminates may take longer, depending on availability. Solid Surface, Granite, Quartz, Concrete and other stone countertops may require longer lead times, 10 to 20 working days after cabinets are installed, dependent on supplier.

WHO BUILDS YOUR CABINETS/CUPBOARDS? We Do! Support Local, Made in Minden, ON, Canada. By collaborating with Chaulk, you not only get a beautiful design for your space and something that is custom created for you by skilled cabinet makers, but you are also supporting a Canadian manufacturer and the Canadian economy. You get a great looking kitchen, made for you and a quality product that will stand the test of time.

WHAT DOES A KITCHEN RENOVATION/RENO/REMODEL COST? This is always dependent of the space and scope of work. Remember every space and every client has unique needs. Our trained designers are skilled in effectively working with your budget and can help you create a space that works.

WHERE DO YOU SERVICE? We service within a 150 km radius of Minden/Haliburton…. Hunstville, Bracebridge, Orillia, Barrie, Toronto, Bancroft, Peterborough, Fenelon Falls, Lindsay, Bobcaygeon and surrounding towns/cities.

WHAT IS YOUR WARRANTY? We offer a 10 year limited warranty against manufacture defects. Parts and labor for one year and parts for remainder. Hardware carries a lifetime warranty. Chaulk reserves the right to repair or replace at its sole discretion. Does not cover misuse, abuse or installation by uncertified installers. Product must be in areas above 5 degrees Celsius and must be relative humidity of 45-55%. Natural characteristics of wood may be present and are not a defect. Stain finishes will have a range of color due to the color tones of the wood.

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