Outdoor Cabinetry for the state of Wisconsin

Granite is the perfect choice for your outdoor patio and entertainment areas. Make it amazing with cabinets made for the outdoors. Composite cabinets, stainless steel cabinets, even enameled steel cabinets with full gasketed doors and drawers to keep the bugs, animals, and weather out. You have to see these cabinets to believe it. Solid, sturdy, beautiful. Setting countertops on patio blocks hoping everything doesn’t move is not a way to relax in the backyard. Get amazing cabinets, free from outdoor effects, then put some amazing countertops on them. That is how to make a statement.


With the desire to spend more quality time outdoors, WeatherStrong Outdoor Cabinetry is designed with your lifestyle in mind. Our cabinets are manufactured in the U.S.A. with a 3?4" All?Weatherboard® composite material to stand up to the harsh elements Mother Nature can send your way. Pounding rain, hot summers, and cold snowy winters are no problem. Your WeatherStrong cabinets are tough enough to take it.

Challenger Designs

Expanding the usability of your home and workspaces has never been easier. Challenger Designs creates turnkey solutions to transform small spaces into functional work areas and irresistible entertainment zones. Enhance your indoor and outdoor living with our high-quality, lightweight, durable solutions.
Challenger Designs

Broil King BBQ stainless cabinets

Broil King BBQ stainless cabinets

How do I get a quote for my project?
Start off by providing PDF plans of your new build or by measuring your space. Review the options of styles and select for an estimate.

How do I measure my kitchen for an estimate?

  • Start off by sketching the layout of your existing cabinetry.
  • Measure your overall cabinet runs (tip- measure your countertop size on the back wall, no need to take inside dimensions.)
  • Next sketch in any appliances, plumbing, and windows.
  • Measure each section of cabinets between your appliances.
  • To measure the windows, start with the beginning of a cabinet run and measure up to your window casing.
  • Measure the casing to casing.
  • Take photos of the space.