Packard Cabinetry is now available in the Research Triangle region of North CarolinaAugust 20, 2020
Packard Cabinetry , with its Showroom in the Historical District of Hendersonville NC, has expanded its operations to now be able to service the Research Triangle Area of North Carolina.
Packard has developed its Quality Brand servicing the builders Architects and discerning homeowners in the Asheville region of North Carolina for the last 10 years . This region, also known as Raleigh-Durham and commonly referred to as simply “ The Triangle” is a region in the piedmont of North Carolina anchored by North Carolina State University, Duke University, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and the cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill respectively.
Packard Cabinetry designers can achieve a variety of architectural and structural preferences at varying price points in order to meet the wants and needs of home owners, builders, and architects. Our clients have many custom made lines to choose from.
- We are privileged to have become the regional premier cabinet dealer for Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry. Rutt allows us to offer our clients architecturally-styled cabinetry and furniture quality construction, taking Packard Cabinetry to a new level of excellence. Rutt has set a new standard for custom cabinetry and has carved out a unique position as the leading manufacturer of luxury cabinetry.
- In addition, our Hendersonville showroom has partnered with Bremtown, Cabico, and Yorktown Cabinetry to accommodate a variety of styling options.
- We are also proud to be dealers of The Galley Workstation. Stop by the Hendersonville , NC. showroom to see our beautiful 60″ Galley Workstation in our Rutt Ruskin island
Since 1975, John and Rae Packard have operated Packard Cabinetry of Sea Cliff, NY. Clients are drawn from the Metro New York City area and throughout Long Island from Manhattan to the Hamptons, to find expert cabinet design, products, installation, and service. In 2010, the Packards and their staff of experienced designers joined together to bring this same service to western North Carolina and the Upstate region and now, as of August , 2020, to the Triangle Region.