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    Preparing for Delivery


    Delivery day is exciting but might seem a bit chaotic. With just a little planning, you can ensure everything goes much smoother when the delivery truck arrives.


    In the days leading up to the delivery, begin thinking about how you will handle your shipment.



    A typical kitchen cabinet shipment will consist of a dozen or so boxes of various shapes and sizes. Boxed cabinets take up more space than you think, and the garage is often used for staging cabinets on the day of delivery.

    With your purchase of Cardell Designer and Cornerstone cabinetry, FREE Delivery includes delivery across the threshold to the first accessible room of your home. If cabinets cannot be maneuvered safely, Delivery Drivers will place them at their discretion depending on your space.

    Verify your order:

    Your delivery driver will provide you with a packing slip. It is a good idea to have your invoice receipt on hand as well. Each box will have a shipping label which displays the item’s SKU. Use this to check in all the items coming off the truck, on both the packing slip and your invoice.

    Look for signs of damage:

    You won’t have time to open and inspect each carton during delivery. But you should check each carton for visible tears, crumpled corners, or water stains. If you notice any, ask your driver to open that package for a more detailed inspection. Be sure to note any damaged items on your packing slip before you sign off on the delivery.



    While the garage makes for a useful delivery and staging location, it is not a good place to store your cabinets. Be sure to clear a dry, covered, climate-controlled space where you can securely store your cabinetry until you’re ready for installation.



    If you do run into an issue, please contact Cardell Guest Services by calling 888-221-3872 or by emailing MenardsCare@cabinetworksgroup.com.