Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Kraftmaid cabinet outlet

UPDATE 4/11/14: I received a comment from someone who sent who got an email response from kmcares@kraftmaid.com that said the following (so this would be the most up to date information!)   So this was their email:

Thank you for your interest in KraftMaid! Our clearance warehouse offers slightly damaged, previously displayed and discontinued items. The warehouse is open from 7:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. the following Saturdays for the upcoming months:

April 26, 2014
May 10, 2014
May 31, 2014
June 14, 2014

The sale warehouse is located at the following address:
Masco Cabinetry Sale Warehouse
3418 Elm Road
Warren, Ohio 44483

The sale warehouse operates as follows:
The parking lot will be available for parking at 6:00 a.m. In order to maintain a safe and controlled environment, anyone arriving before this time will be asked to leave. At 6:00 a.m., there will be an officer available to direct parking. Once you have parked your vehicle, numbered wristbands will be available at the North entrance from 6:15 am. – 7 a.m. Once obtaining a wristband, you will need to wait at the North entrance for the drawing. At 7:15 a.m., a random number is drawn and that person becomes #1 to go into the warehouse first. For example, if #56 is drawn, the person holding number 56 goes into the warehouse first, number 57 is second, number 58 is third and so on. 150 people are let into the warehouse at one time, with 150 more let in every half hour until all of those with wristbands are in. Anyone arriving after 7:00 a.m. will not receive a wristband, and will instead form a single file line at the front entrance to wait until all people with wristbands have been let in. For safety reasons, no one under 16 years of age will be permitted into the building.

All product is sold 'as-is' and payment can be made with cash, MasterCard and Visa. Most consumers will also bring name tags or masking tape and a marker to mark the cabinets they wish to purchase , as well as measuring tape to aid in their selection.

There will be information boards posted outside the building and also on the side of the cashiers’ booth to help answer any questions once you are there. For additional information, you may contact us at (800) 433-4559 , extension 22106.

Thanks and have a nice day!



I can't really validate it because I don't know the commenter, but it is the most updated information we have!

NOTE (2009): I have received so many comments on the site I am adding my "comment" to the blog text too: This is my most popular blog posting!

In terms of how much you spend and what you get, I think it's like shopping a flea market...you just never know what you will get. I am guessing, based on comments and other websites, it is more expensive than the stock cabinets at Lowe's/HD, but MUCH MUCH cheaper than buying these quality cabinets at full price. We bought Lowe's cabinets and used them. We are pleased, but they are not the best made cabinets in terms of materials. Will do our job just nicely, especially since our old kitchen was SO bad. But if you need an upgrade from those, this is a good option.

I posted the 3D design of our proposed kitchen last week. Many people suggested the "over the oven" microwave, and that is something we are definitely considering. It would save counter space for sure (although compared to our old kitchen I feel like I have VAST OCEANS of counters) and we would have to purchase a hood anyway.

Anyway, someone left an anonymous comment about trying the Kraftmaid cabinet outlet in Lordstown, OH. I'm wondering if either that person or others could shed light on it if they have ever been?

I did some searching online and read a thread that seemed really interesting. It seems the gist of it is that you show up at the ass crack of dawn (5:30am) to get a good number, then they let you into the warehouse in waves every half hour based on your number. You then find cabinets you like and put your name/label on them. If you are first to put it on, you put a #1 on your label as well. If you are second, a #2. Then you can purchase your cabinets anytime if you are #1. If you are #2, you have to wait until a certain time, then page the #1 person to see if they want them, then you can purchase if they don't. They have full kitchens (maybe displays at stores or just canceled orders) and random cabinets. And what you see is what they have. Cabinets seem to cost $50-100 per cabinet. That is compared to $200-500 at Lowe's for some very basic cabinets, or higher. So to get all of what you need in the same style that you want, you could get a full kitchen and hope it matches up or you could buy your cabinets individually and go back as needed. One person on the thread said it took them 10 trips to find all the cabinets they wanted for their kitchen, but they saved thousands. That's also 10 weeks (since it's only on Saturdays and apparently not all because sometimes it's employees only, so you have to call, but it was a struggle to find a phone number) of a kitchen in construction.

I believe the cabinets come pre-assembled and you have to purchase (cash or credit card) and carry the same day. Okay, if you're buying 15-20 cabinets like we would be, that is a lot of required room for delivery. Someone posted saying they had u-haul renting phone numbers with them, prepared to call one to rent a u-haul if they found things because you have to pick them up the same day.

It sounds like total chaos and reminds me of brides searching dress sales for their bridal gown.

But the price may be worth it so we are considering checking it out. If anyone has been there or knows anything different that what I wrote, please leave a comment. One person on the thread suggested you go one week at 9am (it's open but you don't need a number) to just learn how it looks, the layout, the policies, what sort of stuff they have, etc. So we will probably do that...crazy! Here is a picture of someone's kitchen with the cabinets they found there:

Read the red note at the top instead of the following text since it is possible the information below has changed based on some comments. I recommend EVERYONE call the phone number to get details.

Kraftsmaid outlet 5232 Tod Ave.S.W Lordstown ,Ohio Ohio Commerce Center building 5A.
Phone: 330-393-8520 or 440-632-2106
Open: Saturday only - 7am - 1:30 pm, call ahead to make sure open on the particular Sat before you go.
There's a Lordstown exit on the Ohio Turnpike. Off the exit at the T go RIGHT Follow to stop light at Tod Ave and GO LEFT. The Ohio Commerce center is about a mile down the road on the LEFT. Should go past the warehouse then turn around and come back to be on that side of the road when entering. You will see the POLICE CAR at the entrance way directing / stopping traffic.
Cash, mastercard & visa only. Bring drivers license. Measuring tape, roll of masking tape and markers.

50 comments:

Anonymous said...

I went several times when we were doing a remodel. Got there earlier than 5am and never got a number that even let me in the building. My sister-in-law has a very small kitchen and didn't care what style she got... took her 6 months of going every Saturday to get 10 cabinets of a matching style. And the fit wasn't perfect.(Had some gaps they ended up filling with trim) My parents did much better. They were only interested in one-offs. They were doing bathroom vanities so it they got a lot of different styles.

Good luck!

Jeph said...

Oh this sounds like crazy fun, but yeah, I bet you'd have to be REAL patient!

It's only 30 miles from us - and on the other side of us from where you guys are, so you're welcome to crash the night before and just slip out early in the morning. Wake me up that early on a Saturday and I might have to kill you! ;-) OR it might be fun to go see...

So do you think you guys are gonna do it, or just stick with Lowes?

Sharon and Andrew said...

I believe we are going to go with Lowe's stock cabinets. We don't have the time or effort to devote for finding 12 cabinets in one style to fit our kitchen. It sounds like a great place for one vanity, or just two cabinets for the laundry room, but not to redo an entire kitchen.

But I don't mind - it's nice to have a big chain like Lowe's 10 minutes away to return something from off the shelf and exchange it for a new one if there is damage or whatnot - easy peasy!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know if you can go there to buy just trim and/or the rolling shelving units. I was shocked at how much the trim and extras like the roller drawers would be. If I can knock those out and cut that cost out of my Lowes quote I would be happy.

Sharon and Andrew said...

To my understanding of what I read, you can go and just shop accessories. In fact, it sounds like that may be the easiest and does not require going at 5:30am to wait in line. There is molding, shelf organization, hardware, etc. that someone said it way in the back of the warehouse. It may still require more than one trip if you are looking for an exact type and color, but will be easier if you are flexible on type/shape.

Anonymous said...

You can't always be first. When we went I was only looking for a bathroom base cabinet. We planned to get there early (4:30am). We stopped for coffee, washed windows on the van, and stopped to get something to eat. By the time we got there, it was about 6:30. we were number 274 and 275. They started at 260. You never know where they're going to start with the numbers.

Anonymous said...

They sell trim, extra cabinet doors, vanities (base), the tall pantry type cabinets, drawers for cabinets. And the police are in plain clothes. I should know. I tried to take a pic of some of the stuff they carried and asked a guy to move from in front of the cabinets, and he told me I couldn't take pics. Don't let them see u if u need to.

Anonymous said...

Went to the Kraftmaid outlet about 4 times. Found about 25% of my kitchen and then ordered the rest. It does help. I was able to upgrade my countertops from Corian to Quartz with the money I saved from shopping at the outlet.

Be sure to inspect the cabinets at the outlet. Remember that there's a reason why everything is there - damages, flaws, etc. It's sometimes hard to see everything well in the warehouse, so you may want to take a flashlight for closer inspections and to look for what sort of damage or defect there is to the cabinet. Lots of the issues can be fixed with some glue or touch up, or by a carpenter, but it's worth the trip.

Unless you're looking for something simple like a bath vanity, plan to go several times to find everything you're looking for. If you know someone who works at Kraftmaid, you can give them a list - they get into the sale about an hour before the public. Contractors frequent the sale, so be prepared to The whole place can be pretty overwhelming until you understand how the sale works. Here are a few tips:

Arrive by 7:15 or 7:30 to get a wristband with a number. You have to walk up the ramp to the open garage door and give the guys the slip you were given when you drove in to the parking lot.

Numbers are picked at random, so getting there at 4:30 versus 7:00 doesn't make any difference.

The warmer the weather is, the more people will be willing to wait in line. If you can handle it, go during the winter when fewer people want to wait in line in the cold.

Make tags with your name on them. You have to stick these to any items you may want to buy. This is how you "claim" an item. Use address labels or painters tape.

Bring a Kraftmaid catalog from Lowe's or Home Depot or any other store with you. It will help you identify what you are looking at, especially in the hardware and accessory aisle.

None of the cabinets are boxed. They are just sitting on shelves, so be prepared, especially if you are driving a truck with an open bed, to bring tarps or other protection for the ride home.

Most importantly, be patient, don't get discouraged, and be prepared to make several trips. Once you get the hang of it, it can be a fun shopping trip.

Robin said...

My parents & I spent a few Saturdays putting their kitchen together. We got their extra early & created our labels before walking in & stuck them to our pant legs. Since mom wanted honey spiced maple, we walked in & tagged a set of cabinets they had grouped together already with our labels, then we ran down the honey spice maple lane tagging every cabinet. Then we went back & measured and took our tags off cabinets we didn't need. Original Lowe's bill was $18k - we spent $5k instead, and just a few hours on the weekend. My aunt & uncle rented a uhaul & drove up from Florida to purchase cabinets for their kitchen & 3 bathrooms. You can buy trim only, door upgrades, accessories, shelf inserts, TV cabinets, etc. It is absolutely the best deal in town and well worth losing sleep over.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where the new location is for the outlet? The one in the commerce park in Lordstown appears to be closed down. I read on another thread they are reopening elsewhere in August.

Thanks.

Anonymous said...

There is an information number 440-632-2106 - found this on the web.

Anonymous said...

The NEW KRAFTMAID WAREHOUSE is Located at 3418 Elm Rd E Warren, Ohio 44483.

They are open EVERY OTHER SATURDAY begining 08/01/09 from 7-1:30

Anonymous said...

Husband and I went to the sale this morning. He apparently doesn't get the idea! He only wanted to look at full kitchens (which may or may not work for you). It didn't for us. He was so frustrated that he just wanted to leave (we were in the first bunch in the door). He thought for sure it would be almost as cheap and much easier to go to Lowes or Home Depot.
We needed only 12 cabinets. Not fancy cabinets and no installation----$6,241 !!!!! I guess I'm going back to the Elm Rd. sale!

Anonymous said...

So what would I pay for a basic 10x10 kitchen there? Do the complete kitchens seem to go first, or the individuals? Is there less people at the sales now with the bad economy?

christine said...

We just finished out kitchen. We went 3 times. The first time we purchased a set. The other times we bought misc cabinets and trim. We did need to purchased additional cabinets from Home Depot to complete out plan. However we would never have been able to afford our cabinets otherwise. If you have the time, it's defineately worth the effort.

christine said...

We just finished out kitchen. We went 3 times. The first time we purchased a set. The other times we bought misc cabinets and trim. We did need to purchased additional cabinets from Home Depot to complete out plan. However we would never have been able to afford our cabinets otherwise. If you have the time, it's defineately worth the effort.

Anonymous said...

So is the outlet open EVERY weekend? If not when are they open next? Just bought a forclosed home and it is completely gutted! Need to pinch pennies anywhere I can. I budgeted $2500 tor a 10x12 kitchen (cabinets) - do you think I'll be able to stay on track going to the oulet? What is the best way to get there from the Kent/Ravenna area?

Sharon and Andrew said...

This is my most popular blog posting! Based on the very recent comments and checking myself, anyone interested in going should call 440-632-2106. It is an automated line that has directions, hours, and payment options.

In terms of how much you spend and what you get, I think it's like shopping a flea market...you just never know what you will get. I am guessing, based on comments and other websites, it is more expensive than the stock cabinets at Lowe's/HD, but MUCH MUCH cheaper than buying these quality cabinets at full price. We bought Lowe's cabinets and used them. We are pleased, but they are not the best made cabinets in terms of materials. Will do our job just nicely, especially since our old kitchen was SO bad. But if you need an upgrade from those, this is a good option.

Anonymous said...

Hi there! I have read all of these posts with great interest. We are rehabbing an old brick house, and are already at our $ limit, and haven't even gotten to the kitchen. This should be a big help. One question that I wanted to ask is about the variety of finishes and styles. In looking at the Kraftmaid website, it looks like there are roughly a bizillion possible variations. Is it really possible to find a style that you like, and then find the finish that you want, or do you describe on the finish/wood first. Also, has anyone been to this auction?
Paranzino Brothers Auction Facility, 11505 South Ave. Ext., North Lima, Ohio, 330-549-3133, I was wondering about lot size, and how they sell things
Thanks! - Laurie

Anonymous said...

Just wanted to thank you for listing the new address and making it clear! I almost went to Lordstown tomorrow! Boy would I have been mad! Luckily I had the number for the warehouse and it was the same - but I haven't been in a while -I had no idea they moved! Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

Yes I have done Paranzino many times. Usually a set of cabinets will run you about 3K for 16 peices. They usually have about 10 sets to choose from some have 30" uppers, some 36 and some 42". You can order your additional pieces and trim direct from the seller for an easy finish.

Anonymous said...

I went to the outlet two weekends ago, enthusiastic that we would be leaving with new cabinets.
However, this didn't happen. I learned that you shouldn't use painters' tape, yet something really sticky like an adress lable that can't be peeled off easily. My wife and I marked three different types of cabinets, and by the time we returned to measure the tape was gone.
Any suggestions wold be helpful

Sharon and Andrew said...

Wow - that sucks people are taking off your tape. I would say the safest option is to bring some friends or kids and have them stand guard. That probably requires some conniving and promises of breakfast, but that would be the easiest way. Or now that you have gone once, you know what you are looking for and could split up and pick two - standing there until you know if you got them?

Anonymous said...

we were just there and going back. we got 10 beautiful cabinets for $1500. i was up to $600 with 3 stock cabinets with the same dimensions from lowes.com (4 drawer, lazy susan, 36" sink) I am completely satisfied with them and i have a wine taste with a beer budget. We recently bought a foreclosure and completely gutted it to the studs and roof. Need to save all the $$ i can.

Anonymous said...

My husband and I have been going to the warehouse sales for about 6 years. We built our house 5 years ago and saved 10k on 22 cabinets at that time. We still go every now & then just to see what's new. The quote from Lowe's was 12,700 and we spent 2500. Once you get used to how things work, it can actually be kinda fun. If you are not a patient person, I suggest just going to Lowe's or Home Depot. You will have to stand in line to get in (if you go early), you will have to stand in line to pay and you will have to stand in line to have your cabinets moved out for you to load. We went yesterday just to see the new location and it is great. Plenty of parking, security, alot of room inside and they offer more stuff than they did at Lordstown. In my opinion, with this economy, the savings are well worth the time you will spend getting the cabinets you want.

Anonymous said...

A friend and I went on one of the Saturdays in November for the first time. We went at about 9:30, just to check things out. There were still a few whole kitchens left (although it was easy to see why they were still there).We were amazed at how many cabinets there are!My friend ended up buying a pantry for $85 that she wasn't even looking for.I bought a few accessories.They had tons of roll-out shelves for $10,drawer dividers,replacement doors, fillers,skins,some hardware...great deals on accessories.If you are building, and have the time to make a couple trips, the savings are definitely worth it.I have found a company in Cleveland that has extremely reasonable prices on cabinets (40% lower than Home Depot, but have decided to make another trip out to Kraftmaid for accessories (crown,roll-outs, etc.)Great place if you have time and patience.Long lines for everything from paying to loading.

Anonymous said...

What is the name of the place in Cleveland? I would like to check it out.

Anonymous said...

The place in Cleveland is called Northeast Factory Direct.Check out their website.They have cabinets, floor, granite...the catch is that the selection is very limited...but the selections they have are popular cherry and maple but only a couple door styles.Very well made cabinets though.I took our contractor with me and he was impressed.Check it out...good luck!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for replying, I will let you know what I think of the place. I plan on redoing a very small kitchen (14x7.5) I wanted to try some place close before I went to the Kraftmaid warehouse.

Thanks again!

Anonymous said...

On Northeast Factory Direct: I ordered my cabinets on Dec 3. I was given a delivery date of 1st or 2nd week in January...I just found out that 5 of the 16 pieces are backordered until March...not so happy right now, but the savings were huge!

Anonymous said...

I was there several years ago (at the Lordstown location). Is the setup still the same, arrive at 5:30, wait in line for a number and hope that the number is in the first set of numbers that they call?

Anonymous said...

We traveled from South Carolina and bought cabinets for our entire house. We saved a BUNDLE but had to be very flexible about size and fit. We went three times - it was fun!

Anonymous said...

What I am concerned about is if you do not find all of the cabinets you need is it possible to order them from Lowes/Home Depot? Or are they discontinued styles/colors? We need a bunch of 12 inch base cabinets. Anyone notice any of those. Just trying to figure out if this would be a wasted trip. Lowes ( without sale discounts ) wants almost $12k to do our kitchen!

Anonymous said...

yes you can buy the cabinets that you were not able to find at the outlet at the Home Depot. I went to the outlet on three occasions and bought most of the cabinets for my kitchen, then went to HD and bought the two that I was not able to get at the outlet. I was able to buy the same trim and stain options and they all match. I must caution you, you can not go to the outlet with one wood species, door style and stain color in mind and expect to get that. you will have to go there with a variety of wood, colors and door styles in mind and sizes and pick and choose what will best fit your kitchen given the available cabinets for that week. for example, I wanted a dark stain, in cherry, maple or other fine grained wood, with a simple door style. if you go there wanting cheery, with autumn blush stain, and one specific door style, you will most likely be disappointed. also, you will have to be a little flexible with the sizes. instead of a 24in and then a 30in, you may have to get an 24in and a 28in and loose 2 in. and vise versa.

Anonymous said...

I went late summer or 2010. We made about 3 trips and was able to get 80% of our cabinets. We had to compremise, buying cabinets in the size with the wrong door style. I'm missing only 2 cabinet in which I will order from HD or Lowes. I have to order those and a few doors. I found it exciting and kind of fun. We are going to make one more trip to see it we can find those last two pieces. I know that was last summer. We have two kitchens in our house so were not inconvienced. I plan on having the kitchen complete before July of 2011.

QandJThomas said...

We were able to buy two complete kitchen sets at the outlet. After deciding on which set to use, we ordered other cabinets to match them from Lowe's to complete our kitchen. Saved several thousand dollars! We have the other 12 cabinet Cabernet Cherry set for sale for $2100. Also a 24" Praline Maple vanity for $125.00.

kelhuck said...

QandJthomas- do you have a website or something set up where people can view the cherry cabinets you're selling?

Shelley Kimberly - my avatar is my online identity - me incognito said...

If anyone picks up a complete CHERRY cabinet set please get a hold of me...I am very interested in paying outlet prices and would love to switch out my maple.... you can find me and send me a message at www.shelleykimberly.com THANK YOU!!!!

Kathleen said...

This site was very helpful. Plan to go in January. Hey.....does anyone know where flooring is offered like this?

Greg R.. said...

Is it best to take friends???Do they care alot of Hickory natural cabinets there??? So I take it we need to take tape to mark what we want... We have never been there and want to go next month... I called and the only info I can get is the dates and times... So would I have time to run and get a uhaul, while my wife waits there with the cabinets or do I have to get them off the dock as soon as they put them out there...

Anonymous said...

Do they have a lot of white cabinets? And what would the average white cabinet cost?

sheri said...

Where is the South Carolina place for cabinets- I would love to know, please.

Anonymous said...

After purchasing 2 full kitchen sets at Kraftmaid cabinet outlet in Warren a couple of years ago for our new house, I took my daughter there today for her bathroom cabinets. She needed 48 inches of cabinets. The parking lot opens at 6:00, and they start giving out wristbands at 6:15. We arrived at 6:30 am and got our wristbands, but when they called the starting number at 7:15, we knew we had lost the lottery. We had to wait until 8:15 to get in. To our delight, we found exactly what she needed - one 27 inch and one 21 inch cabinet in natural cherry to fill the 48 inch spot. Each base cabinet was $95 plus tax. The 21 inch cabinet (with particle board construction) had silverware inserts, which my granddaughters will put to use with combs, makeup, etc. The 48 inch cabinet was plywood construction with a beautiful raised panel on the side that will actually first be seen when you walk into the bathroom. How lucky was that! Based on what we spent to fill in a couple of needed cabinets at Home Depot a few years ago, I figure my daughter got about $1000 in cabinets for just over $200. One of the warehouse guys helped us get the cabinets in my minivan, and we were on our way. It was well worth the trip!

Anonymous said...

We went to the Direct Factory in Cleveland yesterday and was quoted a price of almost $5,000 for 7 cabinets for our kitchen, but that is way too much for me. I am hoping to go next weekend directly to Kraftmaid to see if we have any luck. We have friends who went and were lucky enough to get their kitchen cabinets for $500. I know that this is cheap, but they have a much smaller kitchen and it looked great. Just hoping that we are as lucky. MC

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know whether the outlet for Kraftmaid cabinets in Lordstown is still open. I heard that it moved to a new location on Elm St in Warren. Do you know the hours or is it the same as before, only on Saturdays till 1:00PM. Looking to add to a kitchen.

Anonymous said...

I just emailed "kmcares@kraftmaid.com" and they sent me the following info.

Thank you for your interest in KraftMaid! Our clearance warehouse offers slightly damaged, previously displayed and discontinued items. The warehouse is open from 7:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. the following Saturdays for the upcoming months:

The sale warehouse will be open on the following dates:


January 11th
January 25th
Feb. 8th
Feb. 22nd
March 8th

The sale warehouse is located at the following address:

Masco Cabinetry Sale Warehouse
3418 Elm Road
Warren, Ohio 44483

Directions can be accessed online at www.mapquest.com as an address search.

The sale warehouse operates as follows:

The parking lot will be available for parking at 6:00 a.m. In order to maintain a safe and controlled environment, anyone arriving before this time will be asked to leave. At 6:00 a.m., there will be an officer available to direct parking. Once you have parked your vehicle, numbered wristbands will be available at the North entrance from 6:15 am. – 7 a.m. Once obtaining a wristband, you will need to wait at the North entrance for the drawing. At 7:15 a.m., a random number is drawn and that person becomes #1 to go into the warehouse first. For example, if #56 is drawn, the person holding number 56 goes into the warehouse first, number 57 is second, number 58 is third and so on. 150 people are let into the warehouse at one time, with 150 more let in every half hour until all of those with wristbands are in. Anyone arriving after 7:00 a.m. will not receive a wristband, and will instead form a single file line at the front entrance to wait until all people with wristbands have been let in. For safety reasons, no one under 16 years of age will be permitted into the building.

All product is sold 'as-is' and payment can be made with cash, MasterCard and Visa. Most consumers will also bring name tags or masking tape and a marker to mark the cabinets they wish to purchase , as well as measuring tape to aid in their selection.

There will be information boards posted outside the building and also on the side of the cashiers’ booth to help answer any questions once you are there.

For additional information, you may contact us at (800) 433-4559 , extension 22106.

Anonymous said...

In the good old days, 1997, Kraftmaid did a bizarre sale in a old abandoned hardware store in Middlefield about every 6 weeks from like 3AM-11AM on Saturday We were building a new house and needed 20 cabinets,top& bottom and 3 vanities, medicine cabinets, plus laundry room cabinets. We went and waited in line for about 2 times before we decided what we wanted. The day we decided to purchase, we rented a UHaul and I waited in line from 8AM Friday until it opened to be the first in line to get what we needed. It was cash and carry and we were able to get most of what we needed. Is great to have a store now. Had been to the Lordstown, not the Warren yet.

Shannon Finch said...

Thank you for your interest in KraftMaid! Our clearance warehouse offers slightly damaged, previously displayed and discontinued items. The warehouse is open from 7:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. the following Saturdays for the upcoming months:

The sale warehouse will be open on the following dates:


April 26, 2014
May 10, 2014
May 31, 2014
June 14, 2014

The sale warehouse is located at the following address:

Masco Cabinetry Sale Warehouse
3418 Elm Road
Warren, Ohio 44483

Directions can be accessed online at www.mapquest.com as an address search.

The sale warehouse operates as follows:

The parking lot will be available for parking at 6:00 a.m. In order to maintain a safe and controlled environment, anyone arriving before this time will be asked to leave. At 6:00 a.m., there will be an officer available to direct parking. Once you have parked your vehicle, numbered wristbands will be available at the North entrance from 6:15 am. – 7 a.m. Once obtaining a wristband, you will need to wait at the North entrance for the drawing. At 7:15 a.m., a random number is drawn and that person becomes #1 to go into the warehouse first. For example, if #56 is drawn, the person holding number 56 goes into the warehouse first, number 57 is second, number 58 is third and so on. 150 people are let into the warehouse at one time, with 150 more let in every half hour until all of those with wristbands are in. Anyone arriving after 7:00 a.m. will not receive a wristband, and will instead form a single file line at the front entrance to wait until all people with wristbands have been let in. For safety reasons, no one under 16 years of age will be permitted into the building.

All product is sold 'as-is' and payment can be made with cash, MasterCard and Visa. Most consumers will also bring name tags or masking tape and a marker to mark the cabinets they wish to purchase , as well as measuring tape to aid in their selection.

There will be information boards posted outside the building and also on the side of the cashiers’ booth to help answer any questions once you are there.

For additional information, you may contact us at (800) 433-4559 , extension 22106.

Thanks and have a nice day!

Anonymous said...

Anyone know the hours in the summer and fall 2014

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