Kitchen Cabinet Prices

Get all the info you'll need on common kitchen cabinet pricing tiers.

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Whether you're looking to update an existing kitchen or install a brand-new one, one of your chief concerns is likely to be your budget—so you'll want to explore common kitchen cabinet prices and be educated about your options.

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The first consideration when it comes to kitchen cabinet pricing is the type of cabinet construction. There are three main types: stock cabinets, semi-custom cabinets and custom cabinets.

Stock cabinets are fully prefabricated and sold as-is by home improvement or design stores; they can usually be taken home the same day or within a few days. Semi-custom cabinets allow for slightly more customization by the purchaser, and they usually require a longer lead time to build, depending on the number of customizations requested. Custom cabinets are made by hand to fit the buyer's exact specifications, and timing for these depends on the scope of the job and the cabinetmaker's schedule.

Pricing wise, they're listed in order—stock cabinets are cheapest, at around $60 to $200 per linear foot, semi-custom cabinets will run you around $100 to $650 per linear foot, and custom cabinets usually cost between $500 and $1,200 per linear foot.

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