Princeton’s Kettle Valley Cabinets come highly recommended

Kettle Valley Cabinets in Princeton, offer expert services to provide you with just what you need.

Are you looking to design the kitchen or bath of your dreams?

Whether you are building a brand new home or redesigning, Kettle Valley Cabinets  (KVC) offers the expert services to provide you with just what you need.

Jim Shales, owner and Lisa Lankinen, designer and sales can help you design or redesign your kitchen or bath cabinetry and countertops from start to finish.

KVC offers complete design, supply and installation services as well as supply and delivery only if you prefer.

Their new showroom located at 221 A Bridge Street offers the opportunity to view door and cabinet styles, decorative handles and quartz, laminate and granite countertop samples.

The showroom  location is open Tuesday to Saturday, 9 a.m., to 5 p.m., daily. Lankinen is available at the store on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“Jim and Lisa were extremely helpful in the planning of my new kitchen cabinets.They were always prompt cheerful and are very knowledgeable about their products. The craftsmanship was excellent,” stated Marion Millar. (Millar’s new kitchen in photo above.)

“We highly recommend Kettle Valley Cabinets to anyone who is building a new kitchen or renovating an old one. Both Lisa and Jim from KVC were very friendly and easy to talk too. With their experience and professionalism they made it a worry free transition.

They met and exceeded our expectations for our dream kitchen and made it a very pleasurable experience,” is the testimonial from very pleased clients Len & Kellie Uttley.

KVC invites residents to visit and when you do, be sure to fill out the entry form (below) and drop it in the draw box at their new showroom location. On April 30, you may just be the winner of a Samsung Galaxy Tablet.

To set up an appointment for a site visit or design planning session give KVC a call or stop in to see Lisa on Tuesday or Thursday.

Jim Shales 250-295-8012 / Lisa Lankinen 250-295-2540.


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