FAQ - What wood do you use?

FAQ - What wood do you use?


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At the core of our commitment to quality lies the meticulous selection of materials for our cabinets. We take immense pride in our unwavering dedication to sustainability and excellence. That's why we chose solid rubberwood for our countertops and other refined wood accents and trims.

Derived from the Pará rubber tree, rubberwood stands as a testament to our environmental responsibility while offering remarkable value. As a medium-density hardwood, it strikes a perfect balance between durability and affordability.

Solid and resilient, rubberwood epitomizes durability in wood furniture. With proper care, it can endure for 20 years or more, requiring minimal maintenance thanks to its inherent stain resistance.

Carcasses: MDF (medium-density fibreboard) commonly known as Supawood is made from fine wood fibers bound together with resin adhesive using heat, pressure, and the world’s most advanced technology in a continuous flat press.

Shelves: Melamine is a chemical compound combined with agents to form melamine resin, which is durable thermosetting plastic. These characteristics give melamine board the ability to be made in an extensive range of colours and styles, such as replica wood textures and colours.

Uprights: Pine or Rubberwood

Trims: Rubberwood

Cornice: Pine or Rubberwood

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