WASHINGTON, DC — Major domestic kitchen cabinet and vanity manufacturers continued to post strong sales gains through April of 2021, according to the latest in a series of “Trend of Business Surveys” conducted by the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association.

The KCMA’s latest survey reflected a year-to-date sales increase of 18.8% through April, when compared to the same four-month period last year. Custom cabinet sales for the same time span are up 22.8% over last year, while semi-custom cabinet sales rose 22.7%, and stock cabinet sales gained 15.4%, the Reston, VA-based KCMA said.

Participating cabinet manufacturers reported an increase in overall cabinet sales of 46.8% for April compared to the same month in 2020. Custom cabinet sales for the month were up 65.8%, semi-custom cabinet sales rose 49.3%, and stock cabinet sales gained 41.8%, the KCMA said.

“The numbers skew high as they reflect the recovery from the height of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown,” a KCMA spokesman said.

Survey participants include stock, semi-custom and custom companies whose combined sales represent approximately 75% of the U.S. kitchen cabinet market, according to the KCMA.


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