Custom size cabinet doors

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Anyone have a recommendation for where to buy/order custom sized kitchen cabinet doors? I'm doing some rehab on an older home. The cabinet boxes are in decent shape, but I'd like to put on new doors. Problem is they are all non-standard sizes. I got one quote from Lowe's, but am looking for something else to compare it to. 

Are there any websites you've ordered this kind of thing from? Or if anyone knows a local cabinet shop in the San Antonio / Seguin, Texas area with good prices, I'd appreciate it.  It's for a personal project, not a flip, so doesn't need to be high-end or top quality.

Originally posted by @Andy H. :

The cabinet boxes are in decent shape, but I'd like to put on new doors. Problem is they are all non-standard sizes. I got one quote from Lowe's, but am looking for something else to compare it to. 

 Hi Andy,

What type of pricing did you receive? Considering doing the same thing and was curious about the cost.

@Tera B. For 20 doors in a paint grade maple, in a simple shaker style, the quote from Lowe's was almost $1300, including shipping to the job site. 

This is a great place and pricing for custom doors both in size and color. Hope this helps. About $70 per door.

http://www.kitchenreface.com

Parrish & Company is a family owned San Antonio company (and Aggies (-:. You might try them. Good people. I used to bank the company about 15 years ago we I lived in Seguin and San Antonio, but I am not sure what their pricing is like or how it compares. Dan and Suzan Parrish are the owners. 

http://www.parrishandcompany.com

http://www.lakesidemoulding.com/

Paint grade MDF cabinet doors are $20 and wood start at $45. I have purchased both. If painting, I use MDF. No one can tell the difference in my rentals. 100-150k houses. 

@Katie Neason Aggies, huh? Might be a deal killer (my wife is a Longhorn). ;)  Even if we don't end up using them for this project, thanks for sharing the contact. Always good to know a local cabinet shop as sometimes they can end up being a better deal than the big box guys. 

@David J. Now we're talking! I knew there had to be a better alternative out there. Looks like their selection may not be as big, but might be perfect for what I need. Thanks!

We just paid a local cabinet shop $15 a door for MDF.  Find a local cabinet shop in your area and I bet they will beat the big box stores and online.

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