Siteline Cabinetry, The Newest Brand from the Corsi Group

Siteline Cabinetry is a new brand from the Corsi Group, which came out in 2015. 270 materials are available including pre-configured cabinets as well as accessories. The Corsi group began on July 16th, 1973. Corsi Group had built a new cabinet building operation in Keysville, Virginia to designate its Siteline Cabinetry line. For two years now, Siteline Cabinetry has been in the market, able to change countless homes. Clients need to remodel homes and to know that they can custom-design their cabinetry according to their needs. Siteline Cabinetry builds cabinets for kitchens, bathrooms, closets, and rooms used for storage.

Remodeling is a difficult task to undertake. Partial or complete remodel takes a great deal of time, energy and investment. Corsi Group has made this brand to respond to the challenges of home remodel. Corsi is the CEO and chairman of Corsi Group, which employes 200 in both Indianapolis, and another plant in Elkins, West Virginia, having opened in 2000. Coris remarks that Corsi Group has improved their ability to use lean tactics to get the job done. Corsi Group values communicating with to both market retail and design. They have improved their ability to problem solve as well.

Siteline Cabinetry is a new product made in Indianapolis only. Corsi brand is custom like architectural millwork, customized within an engineering standard. Siteline Cabinetry is full access, semi-custom, with a four-week lead time. Millenials exercise a huge influence from their buying power. Siteline Cabinetry only sells to people with the capacity to design in an efficient manner. They do not make direct sales efforts as well. The geography of Keysville contributes to its marketing success, as there is high quality of available labor.  The key to Corsi Groups’ building success is to purchase an existing building 50,000 square feet with space to expand as they already doubled to 97,000 square feet. Corsi Group believes in adding the customer’s vision to the existing design, in addition to practicing a revolutionary business model.

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