Storage and Service at Siteline Cabinetry

On July 16, 1973, Pat Corsi obtained a loan from the Small Business Administration and launched The Corsi Group. Inspired to launch his own cabinet manufacturing company by working for another cabinet company, Corsi sought to head up a company that was completely focused on the designer. The Corsi Group still has a location in Indianapolis, opened a second location in Elkins, WV in 2000, and most recently, in 2015, a third location in Keysville, Virginia. The Keysville location serves as the headquarters for the group’s newest brand, Siteline Cabinerys. Keysville, while not as famous as its neighboring cities of Richmond and Lynchburg, was chosen by Corsi for its strategic geographical location, the buying power of the millennials that call Keysville home, as well as the growth of the local market.

In a world that is inundated with customized home improvement, do it yourself projects, and becoming the Chip and Joanna Gaines of your own home, a company that customizes cabinets to the homeowner’s specification was almost certainly bound to be a success. Siteline Cabinetry allows each client to make their home exactly what they want it to be regarding storage space in the kitchen, bathroom, closets, and laundry rooms.

Siteline’s business model hinges on their made to order capabilities. As there is no task more daunting than home renovation, not having to choose from pre-fabricated cabinetry is an automatic draw for potential clients. This made to order model also cuts down considerably on the time it takes to fill orders, as instead of having the team of dedicated cabinet makers tied up on stock projects, as soon as a design is submitted, the team can quickly execute and satisfy the orders that come in to their shop.

Obviously, kitchen cabinets are the most heavily sought-after cabinets in any home construction or renovation. Siteline prides itself on offering a variety of assorted styles of cabinets (shaker style, personalized, high-tech), in addition to offering multiple options in color, functionality, purpose, and directional orientation. A potential Siteline customer would be hard pressed to come up with a cabinet design idea that the team of cabinetry experts at Siteline could not make a reality. Most recently, Siteline has perfected a full-access cabinet option, made of glass, that they are offering in clear or translucent.

Siteline Cabinetry prides itself on the ability to customize any cabinet, of any size, for any home. Driven by over four decades of designer-centric thinking, Siteline Cabinetry seeks to offer each customer the cabinets as unique, and beautiful as they deserve.