Conestoga Cabinet Price List

Conestoga Cabinet Price List

There is a reason why there is not a Conestoga Cabinet Price List – too many options.  Their price list would be a thousand pages long, and probably impossible to follow.  CPO (Cabinet Place Online) could make up a price list using the least expensive options, such as Red Oak with a Natural finish, no glaze, standard Blum 230 drawer slides, economy hinges, etc. but 90% of our customers want better quality, or a specific look!  We could figure a higher quality cabinet in Cherry with a rich looking stain, and glaze, premium Blum hardware (hinges and Tandem undermount slides, w/ Blumotion), but what if you are looking for a painted finish?  Standard Colourtone paint, or the Custom Prism paint?

Conestoga prefers us to price out each project based on what the customer wants – And that is what we do!  Feel free to ask us to price out your kitchen, or bathroom, or office, or even a single Conestoga cabinet door, based on your spec’s.  We will be glad to help you out with this.  If you tell us you want a painted kitchen, with a Shaker door style, and the best hardware, that is what we will figure.  And we will help guide you thru the process, and discuss your options, and possible design improvements.

From past experience, I can tell you if we are not 30-40% less than Home Depot’s, Decora cabinets, or Lowes, Kraftmaid cabinets, or Menards, Medallion cabinets, something is not right?  We are not comparing apple with apples?  If you choose Inset cabinets, we should be 50% less expensive, and the best thing, Conestoga Cabinets are better quality, and a lot nicer than those others!

CPO’s Price List

Ok, here’s my Conestoga cabinet price list, as of 5-5-19, for a W3030 (30″ x 30″ wall cabinet):

  1. Red Oak, Natural finish, standard hardware…………………………………..$345.
  2. Hard Maple, Colourtone paint, premium Blum hardware……..….…$481.
  3. Cherry, stain and glaze, premium Blum hardware…………………………..$509.
  4. Hard Maple, Custom Prism paint, premium Blum hardware……………$649.

First of all, these are out the door prices, delivered to your home.  See how much they can fluctuate, and there are other options that can effect these prices, such as Door Design, FLUSH-ENDS (finished cabinet sides that are flush with the cabinet front frame), MI (matching interior) option, mullion doors, etc.  One option you don’t have to be concerned about is custom sizing, as there is no measurable increase for this, and if you wanted one of the above cabinets 29-1/2″ wide, your price would actually decrease 🙂

Let’s compare apples to apples

As I mentioned above, we are going to be 30-40% less than the big box stores, so if you don’t believe me, go to Home Depot, Lowes or Menards, and have them price out your kitchen in the cabinet lines I mentioned above.  Send me your quote, design and/or cabinet list, and see for yourself, as I will provide you a quote, backing up what I have said.


  1. Lynn Cheney on December 2, 2020 at 1:16 am

    My son-in-law ordered Conestoga cabinets a few years ago and was very happy with them.

    I am looking at upgrading cabinets in a laundry room and refacing a vanity with added new drawers etc. in a bathroom. This would be a new face frame only plus the doors, drawers, and boxes.
    If I provide you dimensions on each of these items how long will it take for you to prepare me a quotation?
    I’ve looked at the Conestoga catalog and know what features I want on doors, etc.


    • Pete Sadowski on December 2, 2020 at 2:11 am

      Hi Lynn,

      If you are able to provide the sizes, and spec’s (wood specie, type of finish, etc), we could get you a quote out in 24 hrs. Here is a Link to contact us:

  2. Cheryl palew on February 16, 2023 at 10:35 am

    Does conestoga back their products? What happens when your contactor goes out of business or decides he won’t finish the job and you need a cabinet door replaced. I have 2 warped doors they were installed in June of 2022. They were warped and my contractor kept tell8ng me he will take care of it. Fast forward to today and he refuses to order new doors because he has to pay for them. I told him that i will pay because I can’t have a kitchen that isn’t done I am beyond upset. But I get nowhere with anyone. No one from the dealer calls me back and my contractor doesn’t respond to my calls or texts. I am unable to order a door as an end user. I need the doors replaced. Help.

    • Pete Sadowski on February 16, 2023 at 11:20 am

      Hi Cheryl,

      Yes, they warrant their products for 1-year. Who is your contractor? Do you know if he ordered your cabinets thru us? And if not, do you know who he purchased them thru? Do you happen to have a Sales Order number, and/or PO number?


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