697 Rahway Ave.Union, NJ 07083
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1 - create an account and log on
(we will get an e-mail and assign a discount)
2 - Place your order
3 - Your order goes directly to our shop
© Copyright 2014 Canary Closets & Cabinetry, Inc. All rights reserved.
Our goal is to exceed your expectations. We guarantee all our products and our workmanship.
What is your delivery fee?
Shipping & delivery methods: In addition to picking up your order, we work with an independent trucking company for deliveries within our 150 mile radius. We can wrap and palatalize orders to be shipped anywhere. The customer is responsible for all freight charges. We are happy to offer estimated shipping charges.
What happens if a part is damaged or missing?
We know how important it is to complete your job, so if we have sent a damaged part or made it incorrectly, you will have your replacement shipped out within 24 hours
Do you accept hand written orders?
No, orders are only accepted through our ordering site
Do you offer design help?
For a small fee, we can help you with your design needs
What are your payments terms?
We offer no terms whatsoever! COD is the word around here, so cash, check or credit card gets you your parts
Do you offer discounts?
Of course, once you sign up on Allmoxy - we will apply a discount on all products
What is the lead time?
Closet parts and 5 piece doors = 7 days
Unassembled cabinets = 10 days
Assembled cabinets = 15 days
Do you offer a printed catalog?
No, all information is available at this site and our ordering site allmoxy
How do you deliver?
We offer pick-ups at our Union location, local delivery on our trucks as well as FEDEX and common carrier for customers out of our immediate area - we will get the product
Canary Closets and Cabinetry:
For more than 30 years, John Canary has perfected his cabinet-making and design skills. His attention to quality craftsmanship and detail set his work apart. John has worked closely with builders, architects, and interior designers, and his custom cabinetry work has appeared in Architectural Digest, The New York Times, and House and Garden.