Published at Friday, January 11th, 2019 - 00:02:44 AM. Cabinet Material. By Ute Milan.
Common materials used for cabinet shelves include plywood and particle boards. Among the two, plywood is stronger and less likely to sag than particle boards. Particle boards are less expensive, but have the tendency to bend under heavy weight and may warp or expand when exposed to moisture.
The thickness of the cabinet components vary depending on the manufacturer and supplier. But typically, the materials used for such have thicknesses which range from ½ inches to ¾ inches. The quality of the kitchen cabinet components also relies on the type of materials employed in its construction. In addition to that, the manufacturing process, production, assembly method and installation also significantly affects the performance of the whole kitchen cabinetry.
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