Cabinet. Monday , January 23rd , 2017 - 16:07:53 PM
Sizes are generally restricted to a range of standard industry sizes beginning at nine inches and increasing by three inch intervals up to the maximum forty eight inches. So, if your dimensions fall outside of the three inch increments there will be gaps. Filler strips are used to close these gaps usually between the cabinet and an appliance or wall. The more fillers needed, the more wasted space you will have. Semi custom cabinetry also follows the industry size format and uses fillers or trim to close gaps.
Firstly, regular cleaning is essential. Glass can become dirty quickly and fingerprints, smudges, smears and dust on a cabinet can all give off the wrong impression to shoppers, as well as potentially obscuring their view of the items inside.
The most common stock cabinets are usually made of engineered wood with a melamine finish. Semi custom cabinetry offers more options and is typically constructed of engineered wood or plywood with solid wood doors or faces. The materials and workmanship tends to be higher quality than that of stock cabinetry. Custom cabinetry construction, materials and finishes are usually superior to that of stock and semi-custom. The drawer fronts, doors, and face frames are generally solid wood.
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