The interior of all our cupboards are hygienically finished in white melamine with white backs. Vanity bases and worktops are all water resistant. We offer a standard layout for BIC internals, or we can alter the configuration to suit your needs.
If you choose wood, will you go for solid wood or wood veneer? The veneer is cheaper and is more durable to weather conditions. Whilst the humidity and temperature outside have an effect on your solid wooden kitchen doors, the biggest influence comes from the changes in temperature and humidity derived from your kitchen activities.
Wood itself is available in many different types of timber (dependent on availability) which can be stained to various colours.
This is a door made of thin layers of real wood applied in leaves over a particle board door, providing uniformity and even colour distribution. Veneer is a more economical alternative to real wood but without the compromise of colour changes.
Materials & Finishes
Melamine cupboard doors have numerous possibilities in colour, texture and sheen.
A great advantage of melamine cupboards is that they are virtually maintenance-free. Melamine only needs the occasional wipe to keep it its lustre and maintain its condition.
A versatile product with many options for shaping doors into different profiles and edging, allowing for manufacture of contemporary, colourful and funky modern units. Although the board itself is relatively inexpensive, the type of finish selected will influence the expense to the end product.
Local and imported timbers
Supawood wrap and duco.
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