Dreyer's Lumber


Custom cabinetry? Semi-custom? Stock? These are a few of the choices provided by our wide selection of cabinetry from leading manufacturers. All of our cabinetry lines feature quality craftsmanship and a range of designs that offer the perfect look for every personal taste.


Mouser Cabinetry

Since its emergence from humble beginnings in New Haven, Kentucky, in 1955, Mouser Cabinetry has provided the highest quality custom and semi-custom cabinetry. Now, just as it began, that same devotion to product quality and excellence has withstood the test of time to help create a product line for their customers that offers honest value and true quality.


With a range of styles, materials, and finishes available, Fabuwood offers a multitude of options catering to your special needs. They make building a luxury kitchen affordable, without compromising on comfort, quality, and efficiency. There is no better blend of style, selection, and price than a Fabuwood cabinet.

Koch Cabinets

Koch Cabinets

Koch and Company is a family-owned business founded in 1989 in an old milk barn. The family’s shared love of woodworking led them to create a world-class door and cabinet manufacturing firm with production facilities at seven Kansas locations and one in Tennessee. Today Koch and company has over 700 employees and sells to dealers across the United States.


Lauriermax's passionate craftsmen decided to blend the science of volume production manufacturing and the art of custom cabinetmaking thanks to the acquisition of new technologies and constantly improving their methods. Created for designers, their inset, framed, and frameless lines offer an amazingly diversified selection of door styles, materials, wood species, colors, and specialty finishes.

Aristokraft Kitchen


Aristokraft is an industry leader in quality wood cabinets for kitchen, baths, home offices and any other room that needs built-in storage. Not only does it offer many wood and style choices, but it also provides novel organization solutions ranging from roll-out wastebaskets and hampers to in-drawer spice racks and wall message centers.