As the leading trade association for kitchen and bath cabinet manufacturers and suppliers to the cabinet industry, the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association is your go-to-resource for specifying quality cabinets. In fact, This Old House recommends only purchasing cabinets that have the KCMA Seal.
KCMA administers two different certification programs: The ANSI/KCMA A161.1 Quality Certification Program and the Environmental Stewardship Certification Program.
The ANSI/KCMA A161.1 Quality Certification Program ensure that cabinets are built to last, durable and quality built. By administering over a dozen tests including door tests, drawer tests, structural tests and finish tests, this certification guarantees you can feel good about a cabinet displaying this seal.
The Responsible, Sustainable Environmental Stewardship Program reviews cabinet manufacturing companies across a variety of categories including air quality, process resource management, product resource management, environmental stewardship and community relations to ensure that the company is following best practices to have a positive impact on the environment. When this seal is on a cabinet, you know this company does their part for the environment.
Our manufacturer look-up tool can help you find a KCMA Certified cabinet manufacturer by certification, location, style, distributor, cabinet type, materials or brand.
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- About the ANSI/KCMA A161.1 Program
- About the Environmental Stewardship Program
- Why KCMA Certified Cabinetry?
- How do I know if a cabinet line is KCMA Certified?
- Search for a KCMA Certified cabinet manufacturer
- How to find cabinet parts, products, or services
- Public policy issues critical to the cabinet industry
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The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association partners with a number of different trade associations and publications to spread awareness on public policy issues and industry trends. Below is a list of some helpful resources.
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