Siteline Cabinetry: The Gold Standard in Cabinet Design

Siteline Cabinetry is a brand created in 2015 by the Corsi Group, a leader in the cabinet industry. Siteline offers a wide variety of cabinet designs at an affordable price. The turnaround time is typically 4-5 weeks which is faster than most competitors.

The parent company Corsi Group has been in the industry for over 40 years and is headquartered in Indiana. It also has facilities in Virginia, West Virginia and dealers or representatives all over the United States. Corsi is known for making high quality modern cabinets that meet national standards for safety and durability. All of their products are CARB-compliant and the company participates in respected associations such as the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).

Pat Corsi founded the company in an empty building and it steadily grew into an industry giant by completing over 50,000 projects. The key to its success is being able to attract and maintain the best talent in the business.

Siteline operates differently from most companies because they start out with a design concept and the customer can add their touch to the design. Siteline can make cabinets for any room in your house to include bathrooms, kitchens, closets and laundry. They have 47 door styles and a wide range of finishes and colors to meet basically any need.

Buying cabinets from Siteline involves a four step process: Assessing needs, design, building/construction and installation. The advantage of choosing Siteline is that the cabinets are customized and they can do a full install. This prevents customers from having to find various contractors to perform the installation.

The Siteline Brand is exclusively made in the Keysville, Virginia plant. The initial plant size was 50,000 square feet but quickly expanded to 97,000 square feet with room for expansion if needed. Unlike the other plants operated by Corsi Group, the Siteline plant specializes in frameless cabinets and it is a single platform facility. It is estimated that the plant won’t be operating at full capacity until 2018. The goal is to ensure the staff, designers and other resources are mature before fully utilizing the facility.