WELCOME TO UNITED WHOLESALE
Serving the greater Puget Sound area since 1991, United Wholesale Supply, Inc. is a contract distributor providing cabinet and appliance specification, design and delivery services to general contractors, remodelers, and owner/builders. By partnering with several major cabinet and appliance manufacturers, we offer a wide selection of products to meet your needs.
The kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s where we gather. It’s where we become a family. Most people have a lot of questions before starting on a kitchen design project, and it’s helpful to have a basic understanding of what’s involved. We’ve answered some of the most common questions below.
Where do I begin is a fitting question to ask when you’re thinking about designing a new kitchen. This is true, whether you’re remodeling the kitchen in an existing home, or designing a kitchen for a new home. Even if you’re simply adding on to your existing kitchen, it’s hard to know where to begin.
Having a professional available to guide you through the process can help. Our expert kitchen designers will listen to your ideas, ask questions to better understand what you like and don’t like about your current kitchen, and then work with you to design a kitchen space that is beautiful, functional, and within your budget.
Colors and patterns, doors and cabinets, and designs and finishes. All these things are a big part of designing a new kitchen, and United Wholesale has a vast amount of options to choose from. It’s important to recognize that many other elements also come into play, and remodeling your kitchen will involve more than just the external details.
Your kitchen’s outside appearance is important, but it is equally important that your kitchen be functional when it comes to cooking and preparing meals. Your objective is to design a great-looking kitchen that is a joy to be in.
It’s important to understand your kitchen’s limitations. For instance, you may have always wanted to have a kitchen with an island, but you have to be sure that you have the appropriate space. If not, an oversized island in your kitchen will be counterproductive. Not only will it interfere with appliances and cabinet doors, it will hinder a cook’s maneuverability. An expert designer is able to spot these types of potential problems and come up with ways to work around them.
Have you considered the appearance, functionality, and design you want? Have you consulted with a contractor on the layout, budget, and other related factors? If so, it’s time to check with United Wholesale for the products and materials you’ll need. Whether you do it yourself, or hire someone else to implement your plans, you can finally have the kitchen you desire.
This is the biggest question for most people, and also the hardest to answer. It all depends on your choice of finishes and the space with which you’re working. Once your design and plans for a new kitchen start coming together, your contractor will be in a better position to determine total cost.
When it comes to your budget, you probably already have a general idea in mind. Most people know what they can realistically spend, even when they’re unsure about specific costs. Your plans should take into account your budget and available finances. Planning your design means figuring out exactly what you want, based on the situation you have to work with, elements your contractor can advise you on.