Pamer Kidani’s New Kitchen {Before & After}

Pamer Kidani came to us through a friend who had recently used Jay’s Custom Cabinets to remodel her kitchen in Kona. She had thought about her kitchen remodel for many years and was very specific about her needs and expectations. Keeping her budget in mind, we talked about various bamboo options and she settled on Carbonized {Amber} Bamboo with exposed edges. The new look is very streamlined and modern with an extremely comfortable vibe. We hear she loves it and if you’ve had the pleasure of meeting Pam, I’m sure you know what I’m talking about. She’s thrilled, but so are we for having such a wonderful customer. It’s been a real treat!

Without further ado, I bring you the “Before & “After” photos.

{That’s what you really came here for anyway right? That’s what I thought!}

Kidani Before Kitchen 1

Kidani After Kitchen 1

Kidani After Kitchen 2

Now the kitchen reflects Pamer’s style & personality. It’s pretty great, isn’t it?

If you’ve been thinking of remodeling your home, please give Jay’s Custom Cabinets a call. We welcome remodels and new builds whether you’re on the East or West side of the island. We’ll also come to your home to take preliminary measurements and facilitate a quote. There’s no cost or obligation in obtaining a quote, so don’t be shy.

A huge MAHALO to Pamer for graciously sharing her experience on the radio & through these photos. Now, when’s the BBQ {Wink}?

Thank you for virtually visiting Jay’s Custom Cabinets!

We also have a beautiful showroom  in the Shipman Business Park where you can experience our craft in person! Click here for directions. Hope to see you soon!

Finance, by Cambria

Today, Jay’s Custom Cabinets, Inc is very excited to launch our new financing program. Whether you’ve heard our advertising on the radio or are visiting our website for the first time, I urge to to learn about the program and find out if it’s a good fit for you. Let me tell you some of the unique benefits to our program and what makes it different than financing at box stores.

1. Financing for up to $45,000.00 for any project that includes Cambria Quartz Counterops

~ Folks, this means that as long as you are using any amount of Cambria Quartz material in your project, financing by Cambria will fund your ENTIRE project. This includes cabinets and hardware.

2. No money down

3. Interest free financing for up to one year with no payments

~ This feature sets us apart from the financing offered at box stores. Typically, you may have deferred interest, but you still have to make monthly payments. With our program, you can enjoy no interest and no payments for a full year.

4. Secure paperless telephone application

~ Whether you choose to apply at Jay’s Custom Cabinet, Inc. or in the privacy of your own home, you simply need our dealer identification number and ten spare minutes. We will provide you with our dealer number when you pick up your bid and inform us of your interest in interest free/no payment financing for 1 year.

5. Credit decision in less than 10 minutes

~ Your time is valuable and we understand that. Financing by Cambria couldn’t be easier. In just 10 minutes or less, you’ll receive a credit decision and be able to start on your project.

INTEREST FREE • HASSLE FREE • NO PAYMENTS

For more information, visit Jay’s Custom Cabinets in the Shipman Business Park in person or by phone. To learn more about Cambria Countertops, click here.

Loans provided by Enerbank USA (1245 E. Brickyard Rd., Ste. 640, Salt Lake City, UT 84106) on approved credit, for a limited time. Repayment terms vary from 18-132 months. 17.05% fixed APR, as of June 1, 2012, is subject to change. Interest waived if repaid with the promotional same as cash period.

 

East Hawai’i Cultural Center

The East Hawai’i Cultural Center is operated by the East Hawai’i Cultural Council, a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to preserving cultural, creative and traditional arts in Hawaii’i. Their purpose is to foster community involvement with culture and the arts; and to coordinate activities and resources among East Hawai’i arts and cultural community.

Events are made possible in part by support from the State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, the Hawai’i Country Department of Parks and Recreation, Culture and Arts Section, but the main support comes from the public.

Roseanne McQuire has demonstrated her community support by instructing a Keiki {Child} Woodworking Workshop every Friday, between 3:30pm – 4:30pm, at the Center. In the class, designed for children 4 years  and up, children learn how to work in a safe environment learning tool safety, how to follow directions, and opening their minds to endless creativity.

We had the pleasure of meeting Roseanne as she hunted down material for her class. She was extremely gracious as she humbly asked for support, in the form of our scraps, which we were happy to gift. In fact, we don’t have much to do with all the hard work she bestows on our local children other than continually saving workable scraps for the children, which she picks up regularly. However, she kindly sent us these wonderful photos as an act of gratitude. Good job, keiki! Your projects are inspiring and we’re so proud of your hard work!

If you are interested in joining the fun, please contact the East Hawai’i Cultural Center for more information.

Let’s talk, Bamboo

The topic of bamboo wood has been surfacing more and more at our shop. It also seems the flat slab, squared edge doors are rising in popularity. Those two facts have brought about a wave of interest in bamboo cabinetry. Due to interest, I’d like to show you 3 main options and explain the unique process of darkening bamboo, naturally.

NATURAL BAMBOO

~As it states, this is the natural color of bamboo.

CARBONIZED BAMBOO

~By definition, carbonized means, to convert into carbon typically by heating or burning. In this case, the bamboo is heated to a beautiful Amber hue. No stain has been applied.

CHOCOLATE BAMBOO

~The bamboo has been heated to a deep dark chocolate. It is very unique to have a wood this color without a stained finish. No stain was applied.

Our bamboo panels are 100% renewable bamboo material, made from 100% natural Moso bamboo.

Currently, we are manufacturing cabinets in chocolate bamboo, for the very first time as it is a relatively recent process. We couldn’t be more thrilled with the outcome, so far. I will certainly be sharing the finished kitchen in our gallery, pending approval from our customers. For now, let me show you the unfinished doors and finished sides of a few cabinets and the pantry unit.

The kitchen will be stunning.

UNFINISHED CHOCOLATE BAMBOO – Drawer Fronts

FINISHED CHOCOLATE BAMBOO – Finished cabinet sides

What’s so great about this material is that it’s darkened naturally and has a very simple vertical grain that is very, well, bamboo. For more information on using environmentally friendly wood products for your home’s cabinetry, please contact our office or visit our showroom.

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