Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 29
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by upnorth4 Great cabinets for the price, with caveats
Good quality for the price, except for the back panels. They are attached with staples. and are not secure. I ended up dismounting my wall cabinets. adding nails to the back panels, and reinstalling. Nail the back panels in place with trim nails BEFORE you install. Not a problem with the small wall cabinets or base cabinets. Also, Glue the side panels on BEFORE you stain. the stain made my panels warp, and were IMPOSSIBLE to glue down. I finally tore them off, bought new side panels, and reglued BEFORE staining them. None of these are terrible things, but would have been nice to have it right the first time and not do all the extra work.
October 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Rusty Just one word. "Great"
I needed a wall cabnet for 30 in flat screen tv. I cut the depth down to 8in.and attached to the wall then painted it the same color as the wall with out the back using l brackets. It looks great
May 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mel Kitchen remodel
I redid my entire kitchen in HD unfinished oak cabinets. I wanted solid wood fronts and not thermafoil finished. Took a little extra time to prep, stain and poly but it was worth it. Take your time and look over cabinets at the store for damamges and issues before you purchase. Be patient, I had to go to 4 different HD to get all the cabinets and sizes I needed for my layout. Got them on sale, total for 15 cabinets was around $1500.
May 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Verified Reviewer Great choice
We purchased these cabinets for our laundry room. Great choice and value. We still have to stain this cabinet when the weather gets warmer. Plenty of storage that was otherwise on shelves in plastic boxes that looked horrible. We previously purchased 3 of these cabinets and added this one and a smaller wall cabinet after un-stacking the washer & dryer.Now everything is inside the cabinets. It looks nice and neat. The room is perfect!
March 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by fasteddies Cheap with potential
This cabinet is not the best quality, but the price is right. I painted it with chalk paint to match my lower cabinets and they look pretty good, if I do say so myself!
February 19, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by cjbr549 Bought these for the Garage
I bought some of these cabinets for my garage. They are low price and low quality. To make the bottoms look good, you will need to infill them, and the bottoms are not in evenly, which makes this difficult. They are also fairly light duty, and if you plan to put any weight on the self in them, you will have to reinforce it (I used a steel bar or angle bolted to the bottom). In all, these would be good shelves for a garage, shop or rental house or trailer. I would not put these in my home.
August 12, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RednexToyz Good Value, So-So Quality
Installed a total of 8 various unfinished oak cabinets in my home office space. The main structure is wood-chip board; finished inside with a contact paper type of finish. Only the face frame & doors are oak. The joinery of the cabinets is ok. Good for a rental house but maybe not the "best" choice for a high-end kitchen. I finished mine in a Deft Semi-Gloss Lacquer.
A few things I found to be common with almost all 8 of the cabinets I bought. Excess glue on the inside - There were drips and runs inside all 8 of my cabinets. Not a big deal since it peels away with a little work. Rough sanding marks - 5 of the 8 I bought had deep, rough sanding marks in the face frame that took considerable time to sand out smooth enough to finish with a Lacquer. Gaps in the doors- mine all had a minimum of 1/8" & up to a 3/8" gap where the two doors met. One cabinet had dry, splintered wood on the face frame & spatters of dried glue that had to be scraped off.
Finishing the cabinets takes a little time if you plan to have a natural wood look. I started with a 220 grit sanding & finished with a 320 grit prior to application of deft Semi-Gloss Lacquer. I hand sanded between coats at 800 grit. Three coats on the frames & 4-5 on the doors makes them look pretty good for a "value priced" cabinet.
Cabinet features 1 adjustable shelf. Subtract 3" from width & height for clearance on the inside of the cabinet. This was critical to me for my intended use.
Overall, these are a good value but expect to put some time & effort in the finishing process to achieve a good look. If the sides will be visible, you will need to purchase trim kits or it will look like wood-chip board.
July 8, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by rikgn Good Value
Of course these cabinets are not of the highest quality. But if like me your going to use them in shop/garage environment they are outstanding.
March 5, 2012