|This highly visual portion of your cabinetry is of the utmost importance. Not only is it the part you have to look at all day every day, it is also the part that takes the most abuse; so it has to be attractive to look at, and it absolutely has to be durable.
Tight 3mm reveals between doors and drawer fronts are just one of many indicators of the quality and craftsmanship that goes into our cabinetry.
Top Mount Crown Moulding allows us to attach the crown mold by screwing down to the top of the cabinets rather than nailing to the face of the cabinet. This eliminates the nail holes that have to be filled, which seldom match the cabinet finish. Another unique feature of these types of moldings is that they are removable; if during the construction process a molding is damaged, we can simply remove the damaged piece and replace it.
Bottom Mount Light Rail allows us to attach the light rail by screwing up to the bottom of the cabinet rather than it being an integral part of the cabinet, or face nailed to the cabinet. This again eliminates any nail holes, but at the same time provides a recessed area for lighting and a very sophisticated look.
Conversion Varnish Finish is the finest finish product that can be used on Kitchen, Bath and Built-In Cabinetry. These two-part acid catalyzed finishes are not only extremely hard and scratch resistant, but they also provide excellent moisture resistance for those high humidity areas like baths and around any spill prone preparation and clean-up areas in the Kitchen. We offer thousands of fashion finish combinations, including glazing, antiquing, and several levels of distressing.
Doors and Drawer Fronts are made from premium grade lumber or composites, either at our facility or at one of several premium door suppliers across North America. By also offering door styles provided by high quality door suppliers, we are able to offer literally hundreds of door styles and configurations.
Applied End Panels and Decorative Elements allow these highly visual pieces to be replaced in case of damage, minimizing the cost because we only have to replace the component and not the entire structure or cabinet.