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Seigle's Cabinet Center expands

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Mark Seigle

Seigle's Cabinet Center proudly announces plans for the opening of their fifth showroom in New Lenox, IL. Layout and design work has begun and construction started this month. A grand opening is planned for January 2014. The facility will be located inside Crest Lighting at the corner of Gougar Road and Ferro Drive, only two minutes from Interstate-80 and IL Route 30.

"We are very excited about our new location. It will round out Seigle's market coverage, providing a cabinetry and countertop selection center for our clients in the southwest Chicago suburbs," said Mark Seigle, President of Seigle's Cabinet Center. "Best of all we will be leasing space inside Crest Lighting, undoubtedly one of the best showrooms in the entire market."

Like other Seigle's facilities, this showroom will share a location with a home improvement merchant in order to provide consumers with a wider array of quality products and services. Crest Lighting offers decorative lighting for builders, developers, and retail customers.

The showroom will offer customers the opportunity to view a variety of cabinet and countertop selections and finishes from the many brands available at Seigle's.

Seigle's currently has showrooms in Chicago, Elgin, Geneva, and Mundelein. Seigle's is the largest distributor of cabinetry in the Chicagoland area.

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