View a list of authorized J&K Cabinetry Wholesalers


California (Los Angeles)

880 S. Azusa Ave

City of Industry, CA 91748

Tel: 626-810-3758

Fax: 626-810-3648

Email: sales@grandjkc.com

Colorado

4860 Joliet Street

Denver, CO 80239

Tel: 303-996-6666

Fax: 303-296-3240

Email: sales@jk10cabinetry.com

Florida (Miami)

1591 North Powerline Road

Pompano Beach, FL 33069

Tel: 954-984-8585

Fax: 954-984-8713

Email: jk8info@gmail.com

Florida (Orlando)

9643 Oak Crossing Rd

Orlando, FL 32837

Tel: 321-800-6888

Fax: 321-800-6829

Email: sales.orlando@jkcabinetry.com

Georgia

5715A Oakbrook Parkway

Norcross, GA 30093

Tel: 678-421-9881

Fax: 678-421-9883

Email: sales@jkcabinetry.com

Illinois

1655 Busse Road

Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

Tel: 847-758-7808

Fax: 224-875-3350

Email: sales@jkcabinetry.net

Louisiana

2501 L and A Road, Suite 200

Metairie, LA 70001

Tel: 504-327-5808

Fax: 504-327-5273

Email: info@jk-cabinetry.com

Massachusetts

87 Concord Street

North Reading, MA 01864

Tel: 978-658-1888

Fax: 978-658-1882

Email: sales@jkboston.com

New York

750 Summa Ave

Westbury, NY 11590

Tel: 516-338-5588

Fax: 516-338-5688

Email: info@jkcabinetryny.com

North Carolina

1904 New Hope Church Road

Raleigh, NC 27609

Tel: 919-872-3830

Fax: 919-872-4506

Email: sales@jkcabinetrync.com

Ohio (Cincinnati)

9920 Princeton Glendale Road

Cincinnati, OH 45246

Tel: 513-860-3482

Fax: 1-614-971-3356

Email: sales@jkcabinetohio.com

Ohio (Columbus)

3834 Zane Trace Drive

Columbus, OH 43228

Tel: 614-971-3555

Fax: 1-614-971-3356

Email: sales@jkcabinetohio.com

Texas (Dallas)

2250 LBJ Fwy, Suite 100

Dallas, TX 75234

Tel: 972-247-6414

Fax: 972-247-6421

Email: sales.dallas@jandkcabinetrytexas.com

Texas (Houston)

6615 Roxburgh Drive, Suite 100

Houston, TX 77041

Tel: 713-466-3800

Fax: 713-466-3903

Email: sales.houston@jandkcabinetrytexas.com

Washington

19204 68th Ave South

Kent, WA 98032

Tel: 866-853-9111

Fax: 253-872-6814

Email: saleswa@grandjk.com

Toronto, Canada

355 Garyray Drive

Toronto, ON M9L 1P6

Tel: 416-749-7490

Fax: 416-749-7491

Email: info@jandkcabinetryto.com

Quebec, Canada

1925 52e Avenue

Lachine , QC H8T 3C3

Tel: (514) 633-9899

Fax: (514) 633-1622

Email: info@jandkcabinetryto.com

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How many styles of cabinets do you offer?
J&K currently has 16 lines with unique finishes. Not all door styles and finishes are available at all location. Please
check with your local authorized J&K wholesaler for current availability.

Are all the cabinets made of solid wood?
Yes, all of J&K cabinets are made of a solid wood door with plywood constructed box. No compressed woods or particle boards are used.

Do the cabinets have a matching finished interior?
Interior of glass cabinets does carry the matching finish. Other cabinets carry the natural wood finishes.

Can I use J&K cabinets for rooms other than the kitchen and bathroom? 
Yes, J&K Cabinets can be used for the pantry, office, library, mudroom, family room, laundry room, and basically anywhere in your home where you want beautiful semi-customized cabinetry. Please contact your local J&K Cabinetry authorized wholesaler for availability on custom modifications.

Do you reface cabinets?
No, we do not reface cabinets.

Why should I buy from J&K Cabinetry?
J&K Cabinetry provides our customers with superior quality for their kitchens and bathrooms. As one of the largest distributors of cabinetry in the United States, J&K Cabinetry has over 17 years of excellent quality. For more information, please contact an authorized J&K Cabinetry wholesaler near you.

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Authenticity of our Cabinets
Due to the high premium quality of our cabinets, it has come to our attention that many contractors or re-sellers are showing J&K cabinet samples to their customers. However, these customers are not receiving authentic J&K cabinets, but lower quality cabinets with many defects and problems that are cheaper.

To check if your cabinets are Authentic J&K cabinets, please make sure that you see our logo inside the drawers. We want to ensure the highest quality and want to make sure our customers are not being lied to with cheaper lower quality cabinets.

J&K Cabinetry has successfully completed the rigorous battery of tests simulating years of typical household use of their cabinetry and achieved the nationally recognized KCMA certification seal for the KCMA/ANSI 161.1 Standard.

J&K cabinets’ hardwood-plywood materials are fully EPA TSCA Title VI compliant for formaldehyde emissions.

J&K Cabinetry manages, maintains and fully complies with all NKBA guidelines to assure our customers of the best practices in design and functionality.

J&K cabinets use AkzoNobel—a leading global company in sustainable lead-free paints, stains and coatings for cabinet finishes.

General Information
– Keep cabinet surfaces dry.
– Quick temperature changes and excessive moisture can be harmful to the cabinet finish and overall cabinet stability.

Initial Cleaning After Installation
– To remove dust, use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth to wipe down all exterior and interior surfaces.

Basic Cleaning
– Use a soft, lint-free cotton cloth dampened with a mild detergent or soap, and warm water.
– For best results, use a “blotting” action rather than a wiping motion when cleaning.
– Dry surfaces immediately with a soft, lint-free cotton cloth.
– Avoid using a dish cloth or sponge – Harsh detergent residues may harm finishes.
– Avoid ammonia-based cleaners and soaps with dye.

Wipe Spills Promptly
– Food spills and grease will come off more easily if they are removed promptly.
– Wipe up spills and water spots immediately with a lint-free cotton cloth so moisture is not absorbed into the cabinetry.
– Check the areas around the sink and dishwasher to make sure that water and detergents do not dry on the
cabinet surface.
– Do not leave printed materials (newspapers, magazines, etc.) on the cabinet surface. The printing ink can bleed
into the cabinet finish.

Avoid Excessive Moisture & Heat
– Avoid draping wet or damp dish towels over doors of the base cabinets.
– Do not attach towel racks to the interior of cabinet doors.
– Use trays under potted plants to catch excess water.
– Avoid placing small kitchen appliances where the heat or steam is directed onto cabinet surfaces.
– Always protect wood surfaces by using hot pads under hot items

Avoid Abrasives
– Never use scouring pads, steel wool, wire brushes or powdered cleaners.
– Do not allow oven cleaner to touch any part of the cabinet.
– Avoid sliding objects across the cabinet surface.
– Be careful with knives and other sharp objects that can damage the cabinet surface.
– When in doubt of a cleaner’s suitability, don’t use it. Harsh cleaners and detergents may scratch and penetrate the surface, allowing food or moisture to enter and cause deterioration of the finish. Never leave a cloth moistened with cleaners on a cabinet surface for any length of time.

Care and Cleaning of Glass Door Inserts
– Use a household glass cleaner with a soft, clean cloth.
– Apply the glass cleaner directly to a cloth rather than the glass or mirror.
– Avoid excess glass cleaner running into cabinet joints.
– Ammonia should never be used full strength.