FAQs

Q: How do I find a Snappy Kitchens showroom near me?

A: Search for your local showroom here.


Q: How long will our kitchen be inoperable?

A: This depends on the scope of work. For example, if replacing countertops, backsplash, sink, and faucet only, then on average you will be without an operable kitchen for three to four days. If the scope included changing out appliances, changing or adding lighting, re-painting/re-staining cabinets, painting walls, etc. you may be without a fully operable kitchen for two to three weeks.


Q: Will I receive a schedule?

A: Yes, your design consultant will provide you with an over-all work schedule and provide updates, as necessary.


Q: If there is a tile, countertop material, sink, faucet, … that I like that is not featured on your website, are you able to purchase and install it for me?

A: It is highly likely we would be able to source what you want. Snappy Wizard contains only a portion, the most popular, of the available products


Q: Can my project include other items not included in the Snappy Wizard?

A: These would need to be evaluated on a case by case basis, and if appropriate your Snappy Kitchens designer will include in your final Quote. Examples of commonly requested items that can be included in a Quote are:

  1. Install new can lights where an existing fluorescent light box exists today
  2. Paint any of walls, ceiling, and trim
  3. Replace flooring.
  4. Upgrade to a gas or electric induction cooktop
  5. Replace 27” oven with a 30” oven
  6. Add an island where one does not exist today
  7. Install undercabinet lights where none exist today

Q: What are the differences between countertop surfaces?

A: Please see our comparison chart under the Consumer Resources section.


Q: What is the difference between re-facing and re-finishing cabinets?

A: When you re-face your cabinets you replace the door and drawer fronts, as well as moldings. Re-facing your cabinets allows you to modify the door style as well as the finish. When you re-finish your cabinets, all components remain the same; the finish is the only thing that changes.