Consumer's Voice logoCompanionCabinet just launched The Consumer’s Voice, a free education resource designed to guide homeowners through the challenging process of kitchen and bath remodeling.

“This is a great concept that is long overdue,” said Doug Haynes, CEO of Kitchen Art of South Florida.   “My staff enjoys working with knowledgeable customers who want to be an active participant in their project.  I can’t wait to begin sharing this resource with my sales staff and prospects.”

The Consumer’s Voice,, was started as a convenient way for consumers to become educated on the realities of buying a kitchen. The goal is to offer real-world, insider information to kitchen and bath buyers to help them make informed decisions.  The site will contain a variety of short, timely articles across a number of useful categories, including:

  • Getting Started
  • Determing your Budget
  • Cabinets and Countertops
  • Choosing the Right Vendor
  • After the Dust Settles

The Consumer’s Voice was an idea that had been discussed internally for several years.  We felt that our cabinet industry gurus have a ton of valuable information they could share with consumers.  We view the Consumer’s Voice as a way to help people through the challenging remodeling process.

Each of the authors on the Consumer’s Voice brings a fresh perspective to their writing. The contributors have several years of experience in building and contracting, cabinet manufacturing, and sales and operations at both home centers and independent dealers.  In addition, their experience at Breakfront has given them the opportunity to work first-hand with some of the industry’s leading manufacturers and dealers.  This team of cabinet industry professionals draws from their varied experience to deliver exceptional content for the kitchen and bath consumer.

“I love the concept of the Consumer’s Voice,” said John Anderson, owner of Southern Kitchens in Kentucky.  “I can’t wait to make this content available on our own website.  I think it’s great information for kitchen and bath buyers, and it’s good for dealers too.”