Home Depot Kitchen Cabinet Installation Services

CME Corp Home Depot Cabinet Installation Services

CME Corp has a team of professional installers based in Maryland ready to help create your dream kitchen using Home Depot Kitchen Products.

As a general contractor throughout Maryland, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, and Delaware we can also provide electrical and plumbing work, as well as backsplash, flooring, painting, drywall repairs, and other home improvement projects.

CME Co Home Depot Kitchen Cabinet Installation Process


Once the design has been approved and your new cabinets arrive, our team will get to work on installing your new kitchen. As a general contracting company we can even remove walls, add new plumbing & lighting, and install new floors in your kitchen!


With the installation complete it is time to enjoy your dream kitchen! 

FAQ’s about our Home Kitchen Cabinet Installation Process

Will you install my Home Depot cabinets?

Yes, we will install your Home Depot kitchen cabinets. As a full-service general contractor licensed in Maryland, Washington D.C., and Virginia we can also provide you with additional kitchen renovation services such as demolition, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. As well as backsplash, painting, and flooring! 

Can you remove walls?

Yes, and we also have an engineer to help make sure that any walls removed are safely done.

Do you have a contracting license?

Yes, CME is licensed in Maryland, Washington D.C., Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Delaware. Please contact us for more information.

Who will be my main point of contact?

You will have a project manager as your main point of contact, and also a lead installer on site. 

Do Home Depot Kitchen Cabinets come with a warranty?

Home Depot kitchens vary in their cabinetry guarantee. It depends on the type of cabinetry purchased by the homeowner. Warranties can range from a 1-year cabinetry warranty to lifetime warranties. 

How much does a Home Depot Kitchen typically cost?

Labor is all dependent on the scope of work.


Minor remodels aim to preserve the kitchen’s existing footprint while refreshing its overall appearance and usability. The significant changes are usually budget-friendly fixes like painting the walls, adding new flooring and buying energy-efficient appliances, since the customer isn’t selecting top-of-the-line materials or products. Cabinetry is often a lofty expense, but minor remodels opt for money-saving measures like refacing the existing cabinets or selecting entry-level cabinets, which are mass-produced and ready-to-install.

A minor remodel typically includes:

  • Cabinet refacing or the addition of entry-level cabinets
  • Appliances updated to new, energy-efficient models
  • New countertops, kitchen sink and faucet
  • New flooring
  • Freshly painted walls



Major remodels involve a larger overhaul of the existing kitchen than minor remodels. Key fixtures—lighting, appliances and flooring—are replaced with new versions, while extra touches are added such as a high-end sink with matching faucet and semi-custom cabinetry. Semi-custom cabinets are customizable, with versatile sizing and door front options.

A major remodel typically includes:

  • Semi-custom cabinetry and a 3-by-5 foot island
  • New countertops with a deep, spacious sink and faucet
  • New appliances, including a garbage disposal
  • Custom lighting
  • New flooring
  • Freshly painted walls


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Washington D.C.

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(443) 296-2217