When you start to remodel or renovate your kitchen, one option is to use a kitchen wholesale supplier. If you have never used a kitchen wholesale supplier, there are some things you may not know about these options. Here are three things you may not know about using kitchen wholesale supply stores.
Open to the Public for a Price
One of the first things you may not know about kitchen wholesale suppliers is that they are open to the public. The key to being open to the public is that some do charge a fee similar to that of a bulk store. This fee may be on a month to month or yearly basis. This doesn't mean you have to go with that option. There are some wholesale suppliers that will allow you to pay for one-day entry. This type of entry will allow you to see what the store has, place an order, and utilize the store services if you are ready to make your purchases that day with no additional visits to the wholesale location.
Stocked Items and Samples
When you use a kitchen wholesale supplier for your renovation items, you will find two options. Stocked items are one option. Stocked options mean the item is in stock, but will need you to remove the item upon purchase. For example, you might be looking for cabinets. If the cabinets are in stock, meet your needs, and meet the measurements you have, then you can order them that day.
You will need a way to take them back to your home since delivery is usually not an option. If the cabinets are not in stock, then you might be able to view a sample. The samples are like floor models and can be viewed in the wholesale store. You place your order, with your specifications, and they are shipped to your home or to the store directly.
You may not know that kitchen wholesale suppliers offer installation services. You also may not know that these services are usually offered by a third-party contracting service. If you decide to use these services, you will have them billed with your purchase. The contractors will contact you to come out and install the kitchen item you have purchased. They will show up, install the item or items and give you the professional service you need.
These are only three of the key points you may not know about using a kitchen whole supply store for your kitchen renovation or remodeling project. If you are ready to move forward, contact your local wholesaler. They can give you their hours and let you know if a contractor or advisor may be available to help you with any questions or plans you may have.