New Line of Designer Thermofoil Doors

New Line of Designer Thermofoil Doors

Through a partnership with leading Italian door manufacturer, 3B, Conestoga has launched the Italian Legacy Collection of foil doors made in America. With 45 remarkable foils, including faux-wood and high-gloss, and a broad range of price points, the collection has been created to service any segment of the market. Contact your Cabinetmaker’s Choice account manager for more details!

Doing Business in Today’s Economy

We live in challenging economic times. In order for a business to survive it needs to adapt and distinguish itself from the competition. This can be achieved by offering unparalleled customer service and products that are exclusive to that company.

Outsourcing your cabinetry needs with Cabinetmaker’s Choice, LLC allows your business to fix the cost of goods before you give an estimate to your customers. We have at our disposal a MILLION square foot woodworking shop. We have always provided you products of superb craftsmanship and quality. Recently we have expanded our product line to include Range Hoods, custom valances, Heirloom finishes, and a new Italian line of foil doors from the Legacy Collection.

A recent study by The Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies revealed that though new home construction has declined substantially, remodeling projects are on the rise. The study estimates that $700 billion will be spent in 2008 on remodeling. There is good evidence that the high-end market, in particular, is still very strong and worth pursuing if you have the opportunity.

Tips on Improving your business

Give superior quality and service.

Make sure that you are installing products that the customer will love from day one. Set realistic deadlines and meet them, but also plan and be prepared for unexpected issues. Remember: A customer’s recommendation is an excellent way to generate more business!

Spend money and time wisely.

Increase spending on sales and marketing and reduce overhead and operational costs through outsourcing and other means.

Look for the smaller jobs, too.

Homeowners desiring a new kitchen are willing to consider a cabinet refacing. Today’s small customer may become your largest customer tomorrow.

Value your customer.

Develop mutually beneficial relationships. Show an interest in their business. Listen to their needs. Understanding customer needs helps you develop new markets.

A final word of advice: Be very careful with the credit that you issue! In this economy, bad credit decisions can be disastrous to your business.