Replace or refurbish your cabinets to freshen their look without spending a fortune.

Cabinets are versatile—both functional and aesthetically pleasing. They are typically the focal point of a room, specifically in your kitchen. With so many options to choose from, including wood-type, finishing, and purpose, there is a perfect design out there for you. If you need help finding what that is, have already found it and need a professional to install them, want custom-made cabinets, or are looking to renovate your current ones, Dan Lynch Construction can help.

Below are just a few of the ways Dan can update the cabinets in your home:

  • Refurbish your current cabinets
  • Insert cabinet organization systems
  • Replace your cabinets with a custom remodel
  • Change your cabinet’s hardware for a quick update
  • Install stock cabinets as well as custom-built, locally-made cabinets

Whatever else you have in mind, Dan can help!

We did a full remodel and gutted the whole kitchen. Dan did everything from the ceiling to the floors. The cabinets we bought had to be cut down, but Dan talked us through it and rectified everything. When we had questions, he was there to answer them. Based on what he did with our kitchen, obviously we’ve asked him to do more projects for us.”


Cabinets aren’t just for kitchens!

These other rooms benefit from the multipurpose nature of cabinets:

  • Bathroom: Consider a custom-made cabinet for towels, kids’ bath toys, and hygiene products.
  • Office: Even one large cabinet can make a big difference in your ability to organize this professional area. Do you scrapbook? Keep your stuff from being a chaotic mess!
  • Family room: Movies, books, cable boxes, toys, and games that collect in your family room can be out of sight until you need them when you have the right cabinet space.
  • Dining room: An extra cabinet in your dining room can store special items like Grandma’s china without taking up space in your kitchen.
  • Nursery: Conveniently hide all the stuff needed for your tiny human, so it’s within reach when you need it.
  • Child’s room: Install a cabinet to the wall to hold tubs or fabric drawers for toys and books. It’s a simple way to keep the room clean, but still makes the things your child plays with easily accessible.
  • Garage: Cabinets in here are a great way to store tools, toys, cleaning rags, and harmful chemicals, so they stay out of reach of kids and pets.
  • Laundry room: A few overhead cabinets are perfect for keeping laundry items away from your kids or pets and decluttering your laundry room.
  • Drop zone: Shoes, coats, and school bags always end up on the floor. Use a few cabinets to keep these in their place.
  • Basement: Chances are you store holiday décor and things you don’t know what to do with in your basement. Put them in a few cabinets to keep them hidden until you need them.
  • Bar: Put your liquor and wine in a locked cabinet so you can be sure it’s there when you want it.

Give Dan Lynch a call today at 319.396.7527 to discuss your specific cabinetry needs!