Our online store is always open! At Cabinet Doors 'N' More, you can shop our online store 24 hours a day, seven days a week for new cabinet components made to order. Please note that orders placed after 4:00 p.m. EST will be processed the following Monday morning. Major holidays may affect delivery times.
If you'd like to speak to a representative, give us a call at 844-915-1150. We're available to help Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Eastern time. If you'd prefer to chat online, click on the pop-up chat box and you'll be connected. For service after hours, contact us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.
We create cabinet doors and cabinet drawer fronts in a wide range of sizes, with minimum and maximum dimensions for all our products. Please check each product for the sizes available before ordering.
Maximum Dimensions W x H = 48" W x 83" H
Minimum Dimensions W x H = Varies by cabinet door and drawer front style
Replacement Cabinet Drawer Boxes can be ordered in ½” increments from 2” to 12” heights and 1/16" increments for both width and depth.
Minimum and maximum sizes apply to all products. Check each product type for minimum and maximum sizes as they vary by cabinet door and drawer front style.
If you want new replacement cabinet doors or drawer fronts to fit like your current Cabinet Doors or Drawer Fronts, you can use your existing cabinet doors as a reference. If you only have an opening, you'll need to measure that, plus additional space for overlap (also known as overlay). The amount of overlap varies according to preference, but most cases call for 1/2 an inch.
If you'd like to see how it's done, check out our step-by-step guide. If you'd like help placing an order, we have helpful instructions for that too. Our site is designed for ease of use so you can place your order quickly.
Our Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts are available in a variety of sustainably sourced, attractive natural hardwoods and medium-density fiberboard (MDF). All our natural hardwood cabinets ship unfinished, and we offer a paint-grade hard maple option for wood cabinets you can paint. We created a handy list detailing our materials and their features.
MDF cabinets may ship unfinished, and most products using this material can be coated with white primer before leaving our factory. Many of our products are available with a White Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) coating — a protective layer with a white finish that seals cabinets against moisture, wear and other damaging elements. To see how white cabinets can transform your space, check out our blog.
If you're ordering new cabinet doors or drawer fronts you would like to paint, please select paint-grade hard maple or medium-density fiberboard (MDF). These materials are better suited for paint, and an optional white primer coat is available. For some inspiration, check out our post on choosing a paint color.
If you'd like to stain, please select the appropriate hardwood when customizing your products. All of our solid wood cabinets ship sanded to a fine grit and ready to accept stain. You can also apply a clear coat to bring out the natural character. We've compiled a list of some of the best tips on staining cabinet doors and cabinet drawer fronts.
White Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) cabinet components have a clear coat applied and will not accept paint or stain.
No. All our solid wood Cabinet Doors, Drawer Fronts, Mouldings, Veneers and End Panels ship unfinished. We manufacture unfinished hardwood cabinets so you can stain or clearcoat your products to match the look you want. Stains vary by manufacturer and wood type, and we want your new products to look just the way you want so they blend seamlessly into your cabinetry. We recommend speaking to your local home improvement store for help matching a current stain.
Yes, they are! Our raised panel Cabinet Doors and Drawer Fronts are made of solid wood. Their construction includes a solid wood panel along with solid rails and stiles (the horizontal and vertical parts of the frame).
The following raised panel cabinet door designs are available in unfinished solid wood frames with solid wood inserts:
We also offer raised panel cabinet door designs in a durable White Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) finish, including the following styles:
Yes, it is! We offer optional hinge boring for European concealed hinges all our Cabinet Doors. We bore precision 35-millimeter spaces at predetermined intervals based on door height and style. The standard placement for framed cabinets is 3 inches from the top and bottom edges and 3 3/4 inches for frameless cabinets. Custom boring is unavailable, and we do not sell hinges at this time. For more information, scroll to the section on hinge boring in our measuring guide.
SOLID WOOD CABINET DOORS
WHITE RTF CABINET DOORS
The hinged framed is boring 3" from the top and bottom of the cabinet door. Hinged frameless is boring that is 3 3/4" from the top and bottom of the cabinet door.
We have 4 options for wood (framed right and left, frameless right and left) and 2 for white (framed left of right).
Yes, we do! At Cabinet Doors 'N' More, we offer two styles of Glass Panel Cabinet Doors, also called mullion doors. These are available in both standard edge profiles and a classic Shaker-style design. Both styles are available in natural hardwood, MDF and White Rigid Thermofoil (RTF) options. We do not sell glass, but we recommend completing your cabinet doors with panes 1/8 of an inch thick.
Our solid wood doors come with retainer moulding for simple installation. Check with your local home improvement store for ordering glass cabinet panes cut to size.
If you have a box handy, you can take your measurements from it. Measure the width, depth and height, taking dimensions from the outside edges of the drawer box. If you only have space for a drawer box, we'll help you get precise measurements for a perfect fit.
Measure the width and height of the cabinet opening, from the edges of the frame, and subtract 1 inch. Drawer boxes are available in 1/2 inch increments. Be sure to round your measurements down to the nearest half-inch. For example, if the height measures 3 3/4 inches, round down to 3 1/2 inches.
Measure the depth from the front edge clear to the back of the cabinet, making sure to avoid obstructions, and subtract 1 inch. In most cases, drawer boxes measure 24 inches deep. We manufacture boxes from 2 to 12 inches high.
Need help? Check out our guide for step-by-step instructions for confident measurements.
Yes, we do! When customizing your cabinet doors, select notch and bore so we know to prepare your drawer boxes for use with undermount glides. For the best performance, we recommend using Blum 563h undermount drawer glides. We do not sell undermount glides at this time.
All of our replacement cabinet drawer boxes have a 1/2 inch reveal at the bottom for installing undermount glides. If measuring for undermount glides for our replacement Drawer Boxes, please keep this in mind:
The depth of the drawer box should match the length of the glides. For example, a drawer box 22 inches deep requires undermount drawer glides 22 inches long. We manufacture drawer boxes in 1/2 inch increments. When measuring the height, please round down to the nearest 1/2 inch. Need help? Check out our guide.
Yes, they are! We build solid birch Drawer Boxes ship fully assembled and ready to install. If you're only ordering drawer boxes, we can ship most orders within seven business days regardless of size, and all orders ship free. For more information on our drawer box design, read our blog. If you need help measuring, check out our simple guide.
No. We recommend searching for "drawer glides" online or visiting your local home improvement store. For help making the right selection, check out our blog on choosing drawer glides.
No. Cabinet hinges are readily available from your local home improvement store and many retailers online. A quick search for "cabinet door hinges" will lead you to a wealth of options. If you've selected optional hinge boring on your order, we prepare cabinet doors for European concealed hinges 35 millimeters in diameter. Hinge overlay varies but is 1/2 inch beyond the cabinet opening in most cases.
Never! At Cabinet Doors 'N' More, there are no minimum quantities or minimum amounts required to place an order. And, whether you need a single item or a bulk order numbering in the dozens, all orders always ship free, with most on the way within 10 business days.
No. Our delivery times are some of the fastest in the industry because we manufacture at a rapid pace. The moment you place your order, it enters our production cycle. Once that happens, we are unable to make changes, modifications or cancellations.
To prevent ordering errors, please check all your measurements for accuracy. If you need to add an item, start a new order and we'll start building. With our free shipping, you won't pay any additional costs. For help, read our tips for placing a successful order.
We ship most orders within 10 business days, including bulk orders. All orders ship factory-direct, with the majority leaving our factory via FedEx Ground. Larger orders may ship via LTL carrier due to size. In most cases, our customers receive their orders within one to four days following receipt of shipping confirmation.
Since shipping is free regardless of order size or amount, the price you see for your products is the price you pay. However, as a Pennsylvania manufacturer, we are obligated to charge state sales tax on in-state orders.
All products furnished under the Cabinet Doors 'N' More brand are warranted one year from the date of purchase. The warranty is given to the purchaser of the products, is furnished by Cabinet Doors 'N' More and is not transferable. This warranty covers all Cabinet Doors, Drawer Fronts, Drawer Boxes, Mouldings, Veneers, End Panels and Cabinet Shelving. Read our full warranty policy for more information.
Cabinet Doors 'N' More is your online source for replacing a single piece of your cabinetry or remodeling multiple units. We carry several styles of Cabinet Doors and Cabinet Drawer Fronts that complement each other, or you can use our customization options to design the perfect replacement if you want to match your current cabinets. Here's what you need to do to get started:
It depends. Door overlap — known as an "overlay" in cabinetry — depends on cabinet design and hinge selection. The overlay is the amount of cabinet door extending beyond the cabinet opening. Doors with overlay measure larger than the cabinet space, extending up to 1 1/2 inches beyond the opening in some cases.
Your existing cabinets can influence your decision. If you are installing a single door on existing cabinets, measure the current overlay to match. With the door closed, place a piece of tape along the edge, on the cabinet box face. When you open the door, measure the gap between the side of the tape and the cabinet opening.
If you are remodeling or renovating with all new doors, we offer hinge boring for a standard 1/2-inch full overlap. Our hinge bores accept the concealed European-style cabinet hinge. We are unable to process requests for custom boring.
No. White Ridgid Thermofoil (known as RTF) provides an additional layer of protection to your cabinetry. This coating is smooth, non-porous and covers the entire exposed surface of the cabinet door. If you want to change the color of your Thermofoil cabinets, we recommend replacement.
The smooth surface of Thermofoil creates a weak bond with paints of any sheen and is not suitable for painting. Applying paint to Thermofoil typically results in an uneven coat, with peeling and cracking following soon after.
For cabinets ready to paint, choose new Cabinet Doors or Cabinet Drawer Fronts in medium-density fiberboard (MDF) or paint-grade hard maple.
No. Cabinet refacing is an extensive process, involving the renovation of your entire cabinetry. Replacing cabinet doors is part of cabinet refacing. If the damage to your cabinet door is superficial, you may be able to repair it using spot-sanding and touch-up paint or wood stain.
If your situation calls for a more thorough solution, ordering a replacement through Cabinet Doors 'N' More is fast, easy and affordable. Browse our selection of cabinet door styles to find a match for your project.
We build cabinet doors made to order and built to your exact dimensions. Use our range of simple customization options to match the material and appearance of your existing doors or create an all-new look in your kitchen, bath or any interior space for much less than the cost of a full remodel.
No. Cabinet doors, drawer fronts and drawer boxes are made to order. We build products designed for your project, made to match your specifications for material, size and style. Due to the custom nature of cabinet refacing materials, we are unable to accept returns or exchanges.
For accurate measurements, follow these steps for measuring cabinets and measure to the nearest 1/16 of an inch. If you find yourself lost in the numbers, give us a call and we will be happy to help.
You should consider refacing instead. Refacing cabinets with our products is faster, simpler and more affordable than cabinet replacement. Cabinet replacement involves removing the complete set of cabinet boxes. Refacing keeps them intact, saving money on disposal fees, materials and labor.
Removal and installation of cabinet boxes, doors and drawers can take weeks, leaving you without a kitchen. A complete refacing can be finished in a weekend. Add options like white primer paint, hinge boring and more to save even more time refacing your cabinets.