These are inexpensive stock cabinets. Sometimes these come assembled while in most of the cases these need to be assembled on site. Most of them use frame less construction where the door has no lip or edge banding. If you aren’t too picky then these are the choice for you. Don’t be demanding about style and size options. Some cabinets offer better drawer and frame constructions, solid-wood doors and other features. Some high-quality stock cabinets may wear better than expensive models. Most of these cabinets are made of thin veneer on particle board other than higher-quality plywood. Style and size options are limited. Cost — starting at $80 / linear foot
Mid Level Cabinets
The mid-level cabinets are semi-custom models. this is a sound choice because you may get the price of the stock cabinet with premium features. These come in a comparatively larger choice of style and sizes. Mid-level or semi-custom-made cabinets can be frame less or framed construction. In most of cases you can get the color of your choice. Mid-level or custom-made cabinets offer many made to order options, including size, materials, finish, choice of crown moldings and other trim and accessories such as featured pilasters, panels, and posts. This makes them the overall best-value option. As these are still the basic cabinets, style and size options can be limited. The carcass of the cabinet can be particle board rather than high-quality plywood. Cost — Starting at 175 / linear foot.
These are either custom type made-to-order cabinets or higher line of semi-custom made cabinets. These cabinets offer the most options. These cabinets generally come with plywood carcasses and other premium materials and hardware. These are generally less expensive than fully custom-made/made to order cabinet units. Some models and brands may cost as much as full custom units. Cost — Starting at $400 / linear foot in