Kitchen cabinet sales are up 10 percent over last year
March 4, 2021 | 5:39 pm UTC
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RESTON, Va. - Cabinet manufacturers reported an increase in overall cabinet sales of 10.4 percent for January 2021 compared to the same month in 2020, according to the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA)’s monthly Trend of Business Survey of participating manufacturers. 
 
Custom cabinet sales rose 7.8 percent, semi-custom rose 17.7 percent, and stock sales increased 6.1 percent over last January.
 
Sales dipped slightly from last month, with overall sales down 2.9 percent in January 2021 compared to December 2020. Custom sales decreased 7.1 percent, but semi-custom sales rebounded to up 5 percent, while stock sales decreased 7.3 percent.
 
KCMA survey participants include stock, semi-custom and custom cabinet companies whose combined sales represent approximately 75 percent of the U.S. kitchen cabinet and bath vanity market. 

KCMA is the major trade association for kitchen cabinet and bath vanity manufacturers and key suppliers of goods and services to the industry. A non-profit organization, KCMA was founded in 1955 to represent companies who manufacture cabinets, bath cabinets, or other residential cabinets and key kitchen and bath industry suppliers. With a membership now more than 300 strong throughout North America, KCMA works to advance the cabinet industry through advocacy, setting cabinet quality standards, sponsoring kitchen and bath cabinet-related research and providing the cabinet industry with management tools and educational programs. 

 

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