Frequently asked questions.
Q: How do I clean and care for my Latitude Cabinets?
A: Keep your cabinets looking great! Please see our "Cabinet Care" instructions.
Q: How do I adjust the doors and drawers spacing/reveal of my Latitude Cabinets?
A: Successful and beautiful installation requires proper door and drawer adjustments. View our "Cabinet Adjustments".
Q: How do I install my Latitude Cabinets?
A: Before you or your contractor begin the installation process, we recommend that you watch our "4 Part - Cabinet Installation Video".
Q: What is Latitude Cabinet’s' warranty?
A: Latitude Cabinets offers a "Limited Lifetime Warranty".
Q: Who do I contact with questions?
A: If you're a homeowner looking to purchase Latitude Cabinets, please use the Lowe’s Store Locator to find a local Lowe’s store that features Latitude Cabinets. A Lowe’s Kitchen & Bath Specialist will be able to assist you.
You may also contact our "Customer Service Team".
Q: What does frameless mean?
A: Frameless is a term used to describe a method of cabinet construction. It is also called euro-style and more appropriately, full-access. Frameless cabinetry can be traditional or contemporary in style. Common American cabinetry has a 1/4-in to 1/2-in thick box with a wood framework attached to the front. The doors are then attached to this framework. Frameless cabinetry is built with 5/8-in to 3/4-in thick panel material, and without a face frame on the face of the cabinet box. The doors are hinged directly to the cabinet side wall.
A visual characteristic of frameless is the very narrow (1/8-in or less), spacing or reveal between adjacent doors and drawers. The benefits of frameless construction are the increased usable storage access and wider drawers within the same footprint of space. Even narrow drawer cabinets become functioning storage. Unlike face frame cabinetry, there is no frame work diminishing the cabinet opening or creating an obstruction.
Learn more: "Why Frameless"
Q: Are your cabinets environmentally friendly? Do they contain formaldehyde?
A: Latitude Cabinets is a member of the Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP), administered by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA). The program recognizes companies that demonstrate an ongoing commitment to environmental practices and sustainability such as efficient manufacturing, waste management, use of sustainable materials, and social stewardship.
All panel materials used in the construction of our cabinetry, whether plywood or particleboard, meet current standards for ultra-low formaldehyde emissions as dictated by the California Air Resource Program (CARB). This program is the strictest program for measuring formaldehyde levels associated with building materials.
Learn more: "Latitude Cabinets Green Initiatives"
Q: How does your cabinetry compare with custom built cabinets?
A: Custom is a misused term, and does not necessarily refer to better quality, but more to being built to fit. Latitude products maintain a very high quality level with respect to materials, workmanship, and finishes. And within a high-tech factory setting, these levels of quality can be maintained consistently. Furthermore, Latitude does not build an inventory of cabinets, but rather only builds cabinets when orders are received.
Learn more: "Cabinet Construction"