The Difference

The Simpson Difference, as we like to call it, is in the details. One of the things that sets us apart from other cabinet manufacturers is that we consider ourselves cabinet builders, not manufacturers. Each Simpson project is truly custom, designed and built to order. The client chooses everything from the species of wood to the exact paint color (choosing from the myriad of thousands of paint colors available), to the configuration of doors, drawers, pullouts, and various inserts they want in their custom cabinetry.

For our Vermont clients, we also install the kitchen and bath cabinetry that we build. This often results in a cost savings as well as a time savings for the contractor on the project. If there are any issues with the cabinetry, we make sure they are rectified before leaving the project.

Excellence Comes Standard

All of our cabinets are built with:

Dovetail Joint Construction
We use 5/8” solid maple or ash with dovetail joints for our drawers and pullouts so they are both sturdy and elegant and stand up well to regular use.

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Solid, Local Hardwoods 
for the faceframes, doors and drawer fronts. We source as much locally harvested wood as possible, 100% of our timber is from the USA.

¾” Hardwood Plywood
used for constructing our cabinet boxes is thicker than other cabinet producers for superior functionality.  

Certified Formaldehyde Free
Our plywood is certified as formaldehyde free and is sourced from US harvested timber. 

Blumotion soft close hinges and drawer slides
by Blum©
Not all "soft close" slides and hinges are the same. The term Soft Close has started to be used for many levels of the technology.  We only use the top of the line, state of the art soft close technology by Blum©, the industry leader, to ensure that doors and drawers close silently every time.

Made in Vermont
All Simpson cabinets are built from rough wood to finished product, in our 8,000 square foot custom cabinetry shop in Vermont.

 

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You won’t get a better custom cabinet, handcrafted in Vermont.