Cabinet Box – The cabinet box is the skeleton of the structure.  The stronger the materials, the stronger your cabinet box becomes.  Most manufacturers start with a particle board cabinet box and then upgrade to all plywood construction.  We want to build  product that lasts.  Our cabinets are built with a cabinet grade plywood, not particle board.

Face Frame – Our face frames are pocket holed, screwed and glued together during the assembly process.  We use real wood for our face frames and fillers.  A face frame cabinet is stronger than a euro-style frame-less cabinet.

Doors/Drawer Fronts –  We manufacture our doors and drawer fronts.  This process takes a little longer but we are in control of the process and in turn can control the quality as well.  We use a stile and rail construction technique.  Most of the parts are real wood unless we are making a flat panel door where we use sheet goods for the flat panel and wood for the frame.

Drawer Boxes – We use maple on our drawer box sides, front and back.  The joints on the drawer box are a half blind dovetail and we do this in house, one joint at a time.  We finish the drawer box after it is assembled, so you get a furniture grade finish when you open a drawer.  We also use a high quality under-mount, full extension drawer glide.  These are not the cheapest glides but the quality is built to last.  



Pneumatic clamp table used in assembly