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Kent Moore Cabinets would like to recognize our Employee of the Year, Londell Blue, III, along with a host of other award winners.

2018 MVP – Billy Williamson

Craftsman of the Year – Eloy Jimenez

Operator of the Year – Mark Castro

Team Leader of the Year – Fred Hawkins

Team Member of the Year – Mark Sikes

Production Newcomer of the Year – Tanner Lowry

Truck Driver of the Year – Nelson Reyes

Newcomer of the Year – Allison McKinney

Hurricane Harvey Hero Award – Pam Morgan, Angelia Munoz, Sylvia DeAses

Service Technician of the Year East – Jhon Arango

Service Technician of the Year West – Joseph Lamanna

Salesperson of the Year East – Stephen Rowe

Salesperson of the Year West – Patrick Martin

Customer Satisfaction Award

Debbie Abbott

Christopher Green

Marian Houston

Aaron Farmer

Judy Savage

Caley Tomlinson

Stephanie Reta

Kelly Brody

Edwina Drake

Innovation Award

Mike Supak

Dependability Award

T. J. Houston

Leadership Award

Robert Sosnowski

Craftsmanship Award

Ramon Macias

Dynamic Duo Award

Micah Hollis

Erica Perez 

Carpe Manana Award

Trey Stephens


Cecil Banks


Traditional Assembly Doors: Kent Moore Cabinets traditionally assembled doors are constructed with a Cope & Stick joint that have multiple tooling choices which offer a vast variety of design  options.

They can have different center panels to give them even more unique looks, and these door styles will accept different outside edges.

Miter Frame Assembly Doors: Miter frame assembly doors come together at 45 degree angles in the corners.

These doors are milled and  constructed differently to give the fronts contours that cannot be achieved with traditional assembly.

Miter frame doors can have different center panels to give them even more unique looks. Flat Center Panel The center panel of the door is flat, beaded, or V-Grooved.

Flat Panel Doors:  Flat Panel Doors are often favored by those who prefer sleek, clean designs and can be traditional, transitional and even contemporary.

They can be built from HDF (High Density Fiberboard), plywood, and solid lumber based on the tooling, material and finish.

Raised Center Panel: The center panel of the door is raised with a profile or contour.  Raised panel cabinet doors are the most common traditional and transitional styles.

They can be built from HDF (High Density Fiberboard), veneered assembly, and solid lumber based on the tooling,material and finish.

Open Center:  The center of a door can be left open to accept glass.

Slab Cabinet Doors: A slab door is a flat door with no frame or panel.

Slab cabinet doors are intentionally simplistic and are usually selected for transitional and contemporary designs.

They can be made from HDF (High Density Fiberboard) or a veneered assembly.

Routed Cabinet Doors: Routed cabinet doors are one-piece doors that are  precision cut on a CNC router to the exact size and shape specified.

They are cut from HDF (High Density Fiberboard) and are strongly preferred when painting, due to their consistent acceptance of paint and the absence of joints. 

Most Kent Moore Cabinets traditionally assembled doors can be made in a router version.

Kent Moore Cabinets Holds 2017 Year End Awards Ceremonies and Recognizes Exemplary Employees at Christmas Luncheons.

Top honors went to Melven Belt, San Antonio Regional Manager, as Employee of the Year, and Cleveland Brown, CNC Operator, as 2017 All Star MVP.


Quality Service Award

Debits, Credits and Details Team-

Lucy Collins, Angie Munoz, Pam Morgan, Sylvia DeAses

Andrew Bockelmann

Gitter Done Award

Steve Stevens

Chris Monroe

Dynamic Duo Award

Bertha Torres

JoAnn Brown

Hero Award

Daniel Macias

Customer Satisfaction Award

Debbie Daw

Daniel Teston

President’s Award

Collin Rowden



Cleveland Brown

Craftsman of the Year   

Brian Luce

Operator of the Year  

James Jones

Team Leader of the Year

Daniel Gordon

Team Member of the Year

Enrique Amaro

Production Newcomer of the Year

Carlton Mersereau            

Inspector of the Year

Ricarda Martinez

Hero Award

 TJ Houston

Charles Gooden

McGuyver Award

Calvin Tynes

Dynamic Duo Award

Jorge Lucio

Claudia Macias

Quality Service Award

David Gonzales

President’s Award

Maria Rodriguez

Tony Macias

Gustavo Morales

Chad Brumfield

Customer Satisfaction Award

Mark Sikes

Truck Driver of the Year

Darron Fort


Sales Manager of the Year

Randy Norton

Service Tech of the Year

Patrick Friddell

Customer Satisfaction Award 

Chris Cardenas

President’s Award

Wendy Gonzales

Newcomer of the Year

Joseph Lamanna

Quality Service Award

Thomas Brun

Alex Garza

Hero Award

Eric Paulin

Employee of the Year

Melven Belt


Sales Manager of the Year

Bill Stutts

Service Tech of the Year

 Tony Lara

 Newcomer of the Year

 Tim Moore

 Customer Satisfaction Award

Jeremy Kirby

Rebecca Lozano

Arron Farmer

Quality Service Award

David Marbach

Jhon Arrango

President’s Award

Eric Scheunemann

Gary Sherry

Dallin Jeffery

Special Awards

Hurricane Harvey Heroes Award

KMC Team Houston

Drafting Team

PRESS RELEASE! December 1, 2017

Kent Moore Cabinets Awarded Lone Star Safety Award!

The Kent Moore Cabinets Stone City Plant received the Lone Star Safety Award from the Texas Department of Insurance, Division of Workers Compensation.

The award was presented on Friday, December 1, 2017, by Commissioner Ryan Brannan during a ceremony and reception attended by all Kent Moore Cabinets Stone City employees, KMC management and local dignitaries. The award was made in recognition of exemplary workplace safety and low incidence rates of work related injuries and illnesses.

Companies must be recommended by an accredited safety professional for the award, then must qualify through records and further inspections by the state. Casey Moore, President of Kent Moore Cabinets, congratulated the workforce for the achievement and honor of receiving the award. Kent Moore, founder and CEO, also spoke to the workforce, and recognized the team for the safety record and receiving the Lone Star Safety Award.

About the company:

Established in 1971, Kent Moore Cabinets is the largest custom cabinet manufacturer in Texas and is headquartered right here in Bryan. The company employs over 530 employees, including about 200 at the Stone City Drive location. Kent Moore Cabinets is a participant in the OSHCON program and has a strong safety culture that involves employees at every level. With the latest in machine technology, computer-aided design, and the most environmentally friendly finish found anywhere in the world today, Kent Moore Cabinets is the custom cabinet maker of choice for discriminating Texans.

For further details, contact VP Marketing Teresa Galliher at 979 775-2906

September 21, 2017

Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley recognized local employers who have had a significant impact on growing and improving the labor force in the Brazos Valley. 

Kent Moore Cabinets was recognized in two areas. Kent Moore Cabinets will be recognized statewide at the 21st Annual Workforce Conference in Dallas on November 30th.

2017 Employer of Excellence Award Winner Kent Moore Cabinets.

(left to right) Robert Orzabal- Workforce Solutions Chair presents award to Mike Joiner of Kent Moore Cabinets.

Kent Moore Cabinets was named the Employer of Excellence for the company’s collaboration with WSBV to build capacity to meet economic and workforce objectives for the local community and the state as a whole through the execution of innovative initiatives such as Externship for Teachers, Site Based Literacy educational development for employees, the Workforce Innovative and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Out of School Youth Work Experience Program, and the Helping Youth Prepare for Employment program. Kent Moore Cabinets mission is to improve the quality of productivity by creating a culture of pride and teamwork driven by integrity and the commitment and desire to be the best. This applies to their vision which is to provide the best quality and service in the custom homebuilding market. 

The employer has offices in BCS, Austin, Dallas, Houston/Richmond/Spring /Clear Lake areas and San Antonio. Kent Moore Cabinets has grown from a staff of three to over 500 employess across the state of Texas, which is evidenced by their mission to provide quality service in a culture that projects pride and community teamwork.

2017 Adult Education and Literacy Partnership Award Kent Moore Cabinets

Robert Orzabal- Workforce Solutions Chair presents award to Mike Joiner of Kent Moore Cabinets.

Kent Moore Cabinets was also presented with the Adult Education and Literacy Partnership Award, based on contributing to the Workforce Solutions system by allowing site based literacy classes to their employees on site. They provided the space and helped recruit employees while Workforce Solutions provided the teacher. This gives employees the opportunity for improved English skills, gain promotions and improves their morale. For the company this improves employee safety and retention.

Kent Moore Cabinets once again, has won the prestigious Star Award for the best statewide show room. The new award winning San Antonio show room is located at 6696 Tri-County Pkwy in Schertz.

Kent Moore Cabinets has also won the Star Award for the Best Website.

On July 29, 2017 at a ceremony held at the Omni Hotel at the Colonnade in San Antonio, Kent Moore Cabinets proudly accepted the coveted Summit Award for the Best Showroom.



What began as a small side job to support the cost of higher education at Texas A&M University in 1971, has blossomed into a long-term, successful business. Kent Moore Cabinets, Ltd., named after its founder, is a leader in custom built cabinetry serving homeowners and independent contractors throughout Central Texas and beyond. With seven design centers across the lone star state, it doesn’t matter which one a customer visits; their custom cabinetry order is made right here in Bryan.

Don't get taken by imitators:

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At Kent Moore Cabinets we know it is important to be satisfied with your cabinet purchase.

This article offers Guidance on how to purchase "Authentic Kent Moore Cabinets."

By Mark Shaver, Kent Moore Cabinets Regional Manager

One of my fonder memories of childhood is the excitement I felt on Christmas Eve, and the anticipation of the presents that would be waiting for me under the tree in the morning.

Unbeknownst to me, my father did not share my excitement. After I went to bed, he was faced with the task of dealing with all of the boxes marked as RTA (Ready To Assemble). It wasn’t until I had a son of my own that I realized what my dad went through.

Today, a host of products are offered as RTA, even cabinets. But to us here at Kent Moore Cabinets, RTA means ‘Ready To Admire’. All of our cabinets are manufactured and assembled by our craftsmen. This allows our products to be KCMA certified. The assembly of any product is only as good as the person assembling it.

All American Playhouse sponsored by Kemt Moore Cabinets.  Building new lives for homeless families and individuals through housing and community outreach.


There was a time in the cabinet industry when DIY meant a trip to the lumberyard to buy plywood, drawer guides, and a can of stain, so you could “Do It Yourself”.  Today, it has a different meaning.  DIY, here at Kent Moore Cabinets, means ‘Design It Yourself’, with a little help from KMC, of course.

KENT MOORE CABINETS                                                           
Awarded Best Of Houzz 2017    
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Over 40 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best Home Building,
Remodeling and Design Professionals in North America and Around the World

January 19, 2017 –Kent Moore Cabinets, headquartered in Bryan, Texas and with design centers in the major metropolitan areas of Texas, has won “Best Of Customer Service onHouzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design.


Nov 28, 2016


Just in time for Thanksgiving Day, The Dallas Cowboys starting offensive line, Ford, Fox Sports, and actor Denis Leary, teamed up to give Dallas Fire Station 43 a much-needed renovation.

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Kent Moore Cabinets, a Texas company founded in 1971 by Aggie graduate Kent Moore, celebrated the end of the year by recognizing exceptional employees.


The only constant in life is change. The same is true for the cabinet industry. Style is fluid; constantly changing, evolving at a pace equal to the speed of our lives. Whether an in-town loft or a relaxed suburban retreat, our home is an extension of ourselves, and the cabinets in it are an extension of our lifestyle. As a cabinet manufacturer, we must constantly find new ways to marry product diversity with the cutting edge design elements that today’s market demands.

Building a new home today is quite different than it was in years gone by. From the standpoint of design, the line between cabinets and furniture has become blurred. Many pieces, once relegated to a furniture store, can now be designed and built along with the rest of your cabinets by your cabinet manufacturer.

Kent Moore Cabinets is one such manufacturer with the design flexibility and manufacturing techniques to create those specialty pieces that complete the perfect living environment.  One of the components that once differentiated furniture from cabinets is finish. The days of selecting from the five available stain colors are in the distant past.

Official Press Release for September 18, 2016

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Each year Workforce Solutions Brazos Valley recognizes employers who have had a significant impact on growing the labor force in the Brazos Valley.

Every year presents a different set of challenges, and there are always employees who rise to the occasion and go the extra mile (or many extra miles) to help Kent Moore Cabinets be the best cabinet company in the great state of Texas. This year is no exception.

Kent Moore Cabinets would like to recognize those individuals who have exemplified their commitment to the success of KMC through their actions and deeds in 2015. For each, there is a reason they were selected for their award, and Kent Moore Cabinets greatly appreciates and recognizes their outstanding efforts.

Awards were made recently at the KMC Annual Christmas Party and Awards Luncheons. The following individuals demonstrated exceptional performance and dedication and were presented with special year-end awards.

Kent Moore Cabinets’ Newest Premier Design Center in Austin, Texas, has been chosen as the BEST NEW SHOWROOM in Texas, by the Texas Association of Builders.

The Texas Association of Builders (TAB) announced and presented the 2015 Star Awards Winners in conjunction with the Sunbelt Builders Show on July 29-30, 2015 at the Gaylord Texas Resort and Convention Center.  The highly-coveted Star Awards are given annually to recognize excellence in all areas of the home building industry.

In 1992, the Texas Association of Builders launched the Star Awards- the only statewide tribute to excellence in the home building industry.  The 2015 Star Awards recognized the outstanding work of builders, remodelers, architects, designers, sales professionals, marketing professionals, construction professionals and industry leaders in Texas and the Southwest.

Story by Louellen S. Coker. Photos courtesy of Kent Moore Cabinets, Ltd.

As a Texas A&M University Education major with his sights set on becoming a biology teacher and coach in 1971, Kent Moore decided to subsidize his college education by subcontracting to do cabinet and trim work in the Bryan-College Station area. Kent’s abilities, coupled with a vibrant growth period in the region, quickly turned his part-time employment into a flourishing full-time business: Kent Moore Cabinets, Ltd.

“In the early years,” explained Teresa Galliher, Vice President of Marketing and Human Resources, “Kent, along with two employees, would move equipment from job to job to build cabinets on-site. At that time, production capacity was limited to installations in two houses each week. Over the years, we’ve grown and streamlined the process in a way that allows us to build 700-1000 cabinets a day and install complete cabinets in approximately 125 homes a week.”

“We’ve always looked to provide the best quality and service in the custom homebuilding market,” Ms. Galliher said. “And in so doing, our commitment to craftsmanship, dependability, innovation and willingness to change has put us in the position to be pioneers in the custom cabinet industry. Our cabinets are all custom made, not modular and don’t contain any fillers. You’ll find them in custom homes throughout the state.”