Crown Point Cabinetry handcrafts some of the finest cabinetry designed to look beautiful, perform flawlessly, and last year after year. Very little is required to maintain your cabinetry. However, even beautiful cabinetry may need a little help from time to time.
This section provides step-by-step guidance: Adjusting Your Doors (Advantage Hinge) or if you have Blum hinges (sometimes referred to European or hidden hinges) check out our Blum Hinge Adjustment pages
Our video demonstrates how easy it is: Removing a soft-close drawer
We recommend the use of any mild general cleaner (Fantastic, etc.) or a cloth or sponge dampened with a mild soap and water.
Interiors are easily wiped cleaned with a damp sponge or rag. We recommend cleaning twice a year, or on an as-needed basis. As with any use of a water-dampened sponge or rag, ensure no standing water exists when you are done.
Spills of food or water should be cleaned up immediately using a slightly damp rag or sponge. Ensure that no standing water exists when you are done.
In the event your cabinetry becomes scratched or nicked during installation or normal household use, your Consumer Maintenance Kit contains items that can help keep that “like new” look.
Damage from moisture will have many different symptoms: blushing of the topcoat, deterioration of the finish, or black stains in the wood. Moisture damage, though unusual, is easily minimized or even eliminated simply by being aware of certain items:
Crown Point Cabinetry
462 River Road • Claremont, NH 03743
March 30 Update:
Crown Point Cabinetry has been deemed an essential business by the Governor of New Hampshire. As such, we are in business, crafting cabinetry and taking on new orders. While we continue to operate, we are taking all necessary precautions to keep our entire team safe. In order to limit face-to-face interactions, our showroom is not open to visitors until May 4th, 2020. In the meantime, see our virtual shop tour here.
If you have a project you would like to discuss, please give us a call. We are here to help!