Welcome to the G & M Cabinets Blog!

Hi, this is Gio and I wanted to welcome you to my brand-new G & M Cabinets blog!

At first–well, for a really long time, actually–I resisted putting up a website because I have such fantastic customers who make referrals all the time. I thought I didn't need a website.

But now that more and more people are finding quality businesses through the 'net, it really makes the most sense.

Please share this site with your family, friends, partners, and associates. Share it with anybody who may need custom cabinetry that simultaneously embodies quality craftsmanship and value.

Thanks. Talk to you soon!

7 Responses to Welcome to the G & M Cabinets Blog!
  1. Kristi
    September 15, 2011 | 11:43 pm

    Giovanni,
    Working with you on such a large and unique project has been fun and enlightening. Although I am a “challenging” client with my ideas and visions constantly changing you have managed to keep up with me (which as you know is not an easy task at all). Thank you for your endless hours of research, continuously revising my drawings, many on site meetings and patience. I have no doubt that when my cabinets arrive on site and I walk into my home there will be no question as to the quality of your craftsmanship. I look forward to our next meeting, Gio!
    Kristi

    • Giovanni
      March 13, 2012 | 5:44 am

      Kristi, I has been a pleasure to work with you in your cabinetry project. Your project’s requirements have made my co-workers and myself more knowledgable to the use of environmentally friendly products and their effectiveness, as well as level of quality. This due to your tireless pursuit of the best for you and your family. With your permission, I hope to show your completed project to future clients, as it will represent one of my proudest accomplishments in my cabinetry career.

  2. Carol Tracey
    February 27, 2012 | 10:09 pm

    I am interested in Carbonized & Natural Bamboo kitchen cabinets. Would you please send me information you have on your products?
    Thank you
    Carol

    • Giovanni
      March 13, 2012 | 5:18 am

      Hello again Carol. I just wanted to follow up with you on my blog in case you didn’t get my last reply. If you’d more information about our line of “Carbonized & Natural” bamboo cabinets, please feel free to call me at (510) 351-1177. Looking forward to speaking with you about your upcoming project.

  3. Bill Davis
    April 3, 2012 | 2:15 pm

    Hi Gio, nice site you have here 🙂

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Welcome to the G & M Cabinets Blog!

Hi, this is Gio and I wanted to welcome you to my brand-new G & M Cabinets blog!

At first–well, for a really long time, actually–I resisted putting up a website because I have such fantastic customers who make referrals all the time. I thought I didn't need a website.

But now that more and more people are finding quality businesses through the 'net, it really makes the most sense.

Please share this site with your family, friends, partners, and associates. Share it with anybody who may need custom cabinetry that simultaneously embodies quality craftsmanship and value.

Thanks. Talk to you soon!

7 Responses to Welcome to the G & M Cabinets Blog!
  1. Kristi
    September 15, 2011 | 11:43 pm

    Giovanni,
    Working with you on such a large and unique project has been fun and enlightening. Although I am a “challenging” client with my ideas and visions constantly changing you have managed to keep up with me (which as you know is not an easy task at all). Thank you for your endless hours of research, continuously revising my drawings, many on site meetings and patience. I have no doubt that when my cabinets arrive on site and I walk into my home there will be no question as to the quality of your craftsmanship. I look forward to our next meeting, Gio!
    Kristi

    • Giovanni
      March 13, 2012 | 5:44 am

      Kristi, I has been a pleasure to work with you in your cabinetry project. Your project’s requirements have made my co-workers and myself more knowledgable to the use of environmentally friendly products and their effectiveness, as well as level of quality. This due to your tireless pursuit of the best for you and your family. With your permission, I hope to show your completed project to future clients, as it will represent one of my proudest accomplishments in my cabinetry career.

  2. Carol Tracey
    February 27, 2012 | 10:09 pm

    I am interested in Carbonized & Natural Bamboo kitchen cabinets. Would you please send me information you have on your products?
    Thank you
    Carol

    • Giovanni
      March 13, 2012 | 5:18 am

      Hello again Carol. I just wanted to follow up with you on my blog in case you didn’t get my last reply. If you’d more information about our line of “Carbonized & Natural” bamboo cabinets, please feel free to call me at (510) 351-1177. Looking forward to speaking with you about your upcoming project.

  3. Bill Davis
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    Hi Gio, nice site you have here 🙂

  4. download blog
    December 5, 2015 | 9:09 pm

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    often think that Word – Press core is not safe and secure.
    In favor of the game was the length and depth of the storyline,
    the deep notes system that recorded the information gleaned during play and the dark dystopian setting that had folks traipsing around a garish Tokyo, brooding New York and various secret societies
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