"To be the best kitchen & bath dealer of mid-to-high-end custom cabinetry
for residences on the East End of Long Island; selling to homeowners, architects,
and custom builders, who value, appreciate and expect excellent
quality and service. To
perform our services in a timely and professional
manner to ensure a customer, or customer referral for life, while generating
a sufficient profit, so that we may
continue to serve our clients, personnel, and community."
Started more than two decades ago by Louis Nardolillo,
CKD (Certified Kitchen Designer), the Cabinets Plus staff genuinely understands
the busy schedules and high quality expectations of our clients for custom
that reflect their personalities. With our special expertise, we strive to
make your project as hassle-free as
possible, by guiding you through the often staggering number of details including,
selection of cabinetry, appliances, and counter surfaces. We then coordinate
orders, delivery schedules, and installation. Clients not only love their completed
project, but are pleased with the entire experience of working with our firm.
Meet our Designers Click on the designers name to view their bio.
Lou, CKD (Certified Kitchen Designer), is the owner of Cabinets Plus in Aquebogue, New York. Lou is among a select few designers honored for outstanding performance as a Custom Cabinetry designer. As a charter member of the 500 Club, this is his fifth consecutive year receiving the award for excellence.
With degrees from SUNY Buffalo & New York University, Lou worked as an industrial arts teacher for 14 years. It was during this time that he began designing kitchens, eventually launching his own firm 18 years ago, making the transition to full-time custom kitchen design. more info
Louis Nardolillo Jr.
As the son of the owner of Cabinets Plus, Lou Jr., has been surrounded by the kitchen industry for most of his life. Graduating from SUNY Plattsburgh with a degree in Environmental Science, Lou Jr. pursued a career as a geologist for three years with a local environmental firm.
During his time at the environmental firm, Lou Jr. was responsible for managing several environmental and groundwater remediation projects in the tri-state area. Responsibilities surrounding theses projects included the coordination and scheduling of numerous subcontractors and clients, as well as overseeing construction crews and industry technicians. more info
As part of our continuing commitment to support the community, we have instituted a Gift-to-Charity Program. We will make a donation in our clients names to a charitable organization of their choosing, when their project is complete. If they do not wish to designate a particular charity, Cabinets Plus will make a donation to the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Suffolk County. This organization fulfills the special wish of any child 2 ½ to 18 years old, who is suffering from a life-threatening or terminal illness.
If a recommendation from a client becomes a new client of Cabinets Plus, we will make an additional donation to the designated charity.
Cabinets Plus sponsors four scholarships for Farmingdale High School students.
William J. Starke Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was established in honor of the achievements of one of Lou’s classmates who passed away in 2000. It will be awarded to the most dedicated technology student who successfully improves the Technology Honor Society.
Technology Honor Society Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to the student who makes the greatest strides in technology related community service projects.
Renzo Gervasoni Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is awarded to the student who has excelled in the many diverse fields of technology education. Renzo was the Farmingdale High School Industrial Arts/Technology Director for many years and promoted the importance of technology education.
Mildred Nardolillo Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is offered by her son, Louis of Cabinets Plus. She was a loving 57 year resident of the Farmingdale school district. Mrs. Nardolillo provided unconditional love and support to her two daughters and two sons in their school and career related activities. This award is presented to a student who has compassionately gone out of their way to help others in a significant manner.