We like the cabinet... seems as good as any for the money, or better
It is a pleasure working with you.
The cabinets are awesome...
San Francisco, CA
I received the cabinets last week. We built them this weekend and they look terrific!
Pompano Beach, FL
Thank you for the prompt customer service and for making things right.
Dave & Sue W.
Fort Fairfield, ME
Thank you for your kitchen.
Pomy was very nice and professional.
I installed them for a customer and the quality was great. So I ordered the vanities for myself.
Los Angeles, CA
Bought my kitchen cabinets from you, and am overall satisfied.
Bronx, New York
Just purchased the mocha vanity and matching mirror. It is beautiful.
The cabinets are beautiful...
For many years, “going green” was the domain of idealistic environmentalists
who championed the cause of preserving our planet as a primary goal. The
business sector was too preoccupied with generating profit to be concerned
with such matters. Gradually, however, the idea caught on. With the passage
of time, the realization set in that the human population’s demands
on the ecosystem were simply not sustainable.
No question about it: the tide has turned. People who once dismissed environmental concerns as being counterproductive to economic growth now recognize that productivity and environmental responsibility are not only compatible, they complement one another.
One such visionary individual is David Indik, president of InstockKitchens.com, a Pennsylvania based kitchen cabinet warehouse. David is definitely from the old school of thought.
“When I was growing up, ecology wasn’t really on the scale of values, and the term “carbon footprint” hadn’t even been coined yet,” says David. “Truthfully, when I first heard about going green, I was skeptical. But the more I researched the topic the more I became convinced that it was the responsible thing to do.”
And so, InstockKitchens.com recently upgraded the lighting system in their
warehouse to high-efficiency fluorescent lighting. Green Light Energy Conservation,
a national firm specializing in energy-efficient lighting solutions, helped
InstockKitchens.com identify and install the ideal system to suit their needs.
The results have been – well, illuminating.
As Mr. Neil Dayan, warehouse manager explains “Our decision was strongly influenced by environmental concerns. However, our bottom line counts too. Our new lighting will pay for itself in a short time. Energy bills are now much lower, and we qualified for government incentive and rebates as well. On top of that, our warehouse is considerably well-lit than it was before.”
So how does redoing lighting affect the ecosystem?
It’s all about fuel consumption and the emission of greenhouses gases. Electricity is produced, for the most part, by the combustion of fuels, primarily coal. The more coal that is burned, the more greenhouse gases – such as carbon dioxide – are released into the atmosphere. Energy efficient lighting uses significantly less electricity, which equals less fuel burned, and less greenhouse gases.
Just how much of an impact does upgraded lighting have? Consider this assessment of Energy Star, an EPA program: If each US home would replace just one incandescent bulb with a compact fluorescent bulb, the reduction in green house gas emissions would be equivalent to that of 800,000 cars! Moreover, the electricity saved would be enough to light 3.1 million homes!