Bellmont Kitchen & Bath carries a wide variety of kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Whether you are looking for a modern or traditional updated kitchen or bathroom our staff Bellmont Kitchen & Bath can help you make your selection. Visit our show room at 257 Hazard Avenue, Enfield, CT and meet our experienced staff.


Bertch bath vanities

Bertch Bathrooms are made for living. Providing one of the most extensive bath cabinetry programs in the US today, we specialize in diverse styles, sizes and finishes. The real beauty of Bertch cabinetry is that it’s “built to last”. Our limited Lifetime Warranty contributes a feeling of environmental responsibility.


Candlelight Cabinetry

Candlelight Cabinetry is classified as a semi-custom to custom line that sells at below custom prices. Candlelight accomplishes this by using innovative production techniques to marry industriousness with high-quality craftsmanship. Committed to building the local economy, Candlelight proudly manufactures in the Niagara region of upstate New York.



KITH Kitchens headquartered in Haleyville Alabama, started as a components company in 1998 and quickly established themselves as a strong, service based organization supplying quality kitchen components. The company grew quickly, adding additional styles and colors but realized in late 2002 that the market was rapidly changing.



Showplace offers a unique combination of design flexibility, product quality, expressive creative options and honest real-world value that you will find in no other home cabinetry brand today.


Wellborn Forest

A trusted name in the cabinet industry, Wellborn Forest celebrates our Silver Anniversary this year. From our humble beginnings in a converted chicken coop in Ashland, Alabama as a manufacturer of cabinets for government housing 25 years ago, we have evolved to a competitive manufacturer of residential cabinetry in a 200,000 square foot facility in Alexander City, Alabama.


Jsi Cabinetry

JS International, Inc. was founded in 1997 by Jim Shen. He started out with humble beginnings, carrying an Oak kitchen and vanity line in a 5500 square foot warehouse that had dirt floors and multiple leaks in the roof. With tarps and hard work, his dreams of becoming a national distributor of cabinetry began to grow roots.