Posts by eric

2018 Happy Holidays!

Posted by on Dec 12, 2018 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off

It’s that time of the year again!  Happy holidays from MTKC!  Wishing everyone a safe and fun-filled holiday! Check out my holiday greetings video where I also shared my latest experience chatting with supposedly a hybrid personal assistant that’s part machine, part human??  My guess is it’s more human than machine at this point, but hey, if chatbots exists, why not right??  Anyway… til robots take over the world, you can still get your cabinets here from me!...

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Magic Corner Hardware in a base blind corner cabinet

Posted by on Sep 26, 2018 in Blog, Videos | Comments Off

In this video, I explore what a blind corner cabinet is, and a storage accessory that I call the Magic Corner for easier access. Kitchen designed by yours truly, ME =] Cabinet manufacturer: Sollera Cabinetry – Hardware featured: “Base Blind Corner Metal Rack” aka “Magic Corner...

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Neolith vs Screwdriver? Yea… Neolith wins

Posted by on Feb 21, 2018 in Videos | Comments Off

Check out my video footage at the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show of Travis’ demo. Neolith counters melting a screwdriver @ KBIS 2018 demo. —- Ever get curious what’d happen to your countertop if you stab it with a screwdriver?  Well DON’T TRY IT AT HOME!  Because you’d probably break your countertop, AND because Travis at Neolith has already tried it for us on HIS countertop!  Results?  Neolith 1 : Screwdriver 0.  Amazing huh?  Watch the video for the demo. Here is Neolith’s website: —- Disclaimer – I don’t sell this...

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MTKC is 13 years old today!

Posted by on Dec 12, 2017 in Blog | Comments Off

Hey everybody!?!  Eric here, and I wanted to take a moment to reflect on our cabinet journey here. I couldn’t believe it, but it’s true.  Today marks the 13th anniversary of MTKC’s grand opening.  Happy 13, MTKC!  Over the years, my family and I have been through a lot of ups and downs with MTKC.  From the water pipe burst that flooded our San Mateo showroom and took us 9 months to rebuild, to the Great Recession of 2008, on to some of the best years that followed in the Bay Area real estate boom, and to our eventual decision to switch from our showroom to a home...

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Typical Construction Schedule

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in Blog | Comments Off

Many of our customers ask us what they should expect regarding their construction schedule. While we are not general contractors, and MTKC does not manage the construction schedule, we can speak broadly about kitchen projects, and what home owners should anticipate during their kitchen remodels. Generally speaking, you would need to get a kitchen remodel permit from your city for the construction work you do. In most cases, removing/demolishing your existing cabinets will trigger the need of a kitchen remodel permit. In it, it’d ask for things like updating electrical and plumbing up...

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