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After seven years in this business, we’ve learned a few things about what people like (and don’t like) about buying Kitchen and Bathroom Cabinets. High pressure and long drawn-out sales pitches are OUT and open and honest discussion about what you want and need are IN. Sac City Cabinets has been designing kitchen and bathrooms for homeowners, flippers, Investors and landlords since 2007. We offer fair, honest prices including 3D CAD design on premium­ caliber ready to install kitchen and bathroom cabinets. We treat people right from start to finish. We don't play games or apply sales pressure when giving quotes. If that sounds like the kind of company you'd like to do business with, please give us a call or bring us your rough measurements and we'd be honored to give you a “no games, no gimmicks, no gotchas” bid on your project.

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Transform your kitchen with new custom cabinets. This particular homeowner did a complete remodel of their kitchen where they gutted it completely down to the studs. They knocked down a wall in the adjoining space to open up the room. They also raised the ceiling to create even more space. Some highlights of the new Tuscan, European-themed kitchen include a stacked stone faux panel pillar and a half wall. The natural oak bar top has distressed wood beams that travel all the way to the raised ceiling. The walls are a smooth, Venetian plaster texture, which adds to the overall desired look. As for lighting in the space, new lighting was installed under the counters and bar top. Recessed lighting also was installed in the room including over the bar. All of these new lights are LED and have dimmers. The new counters are a satin-finish granite (honed granite), which is an unpolished variety perfect for a natural or rustic stone look. The backsplash is tumbled travertine in a subway tile pattern, this design continues above the new range oven too. The new flooring is natural travertine to carry on the theme. The new Chocolate Maple cabinets have crown molding and an etched door. As for appliances, everything is new and GE Café. The homeowner added a gas line for the new oven. The hood of the stove is a stainless steel chimney style vent hood. The sink is a hammered copper sink with a Moen faucet.

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The Sac City Cabinets Story

Owners Jaci and Eric Scneder of Sac City Cabinets have countless years of general contracting experience with Eric first receiving his Contractor’s license in 1974. In 2007, the two learned that a company was disposing of nearly 2,000 windows for cheap. Jaci and Eric purchased these windows and opened up a small shop, Builders Surplus LLC, on Horn Road in Rancho Cordova. Within a year, Jaci took over the business.

In 2008, they moved to a bigger location on Power Inn Road in Sacramento, California. The next year, they expanded again to a new location next door to their existing building into a 25,000 square foot warehouse and showroom.

In 2010, Jaci and started to sell semi-custom made cabinets.  While Builders Surplus LLC thrived over the next few years, it did become difficult to find discounted building materials and cabinet sales began to primarily dominate their business. Their reputation for having the best price in town and for high-quality semi-custom cabinets continued to grow and Jaci was deemed the ‘cabinet queen.’. Their success has many homeowners from as far as Lake Tahoe and the Bay Area driving to Sacramento for their cabinets.

After months of contemplating their business’s future, Jaci decided to follow her passion for designing kitchens and selling cabinets. In April 2014, Builders Surplus LLC was shut down and on May 6, 2014, a bigger and better showroom and new location just 100 yards from the old location was opened as Sac City Cabinets. The company now sells kitchen cabinets as well as bath vanities.  If you’re looking for semi-custom cabinets that can be customized for any layout or preferences, visit Sac City Cabinets.
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