The Contemporary Style.

Simple, modern and functional

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Product Specifications


1. Door Front: frameless full overlay slab style. 2. Hinges: 6 way adjustable 95 degrees open soft closing hinges. 3. Shelves: 3/4" thick adjustable full depth plywood shelf with melamine on both sides. 4. Legs: ABS plastic adjustable legs with clamp ring connection. 5. Back Panel: 3/4" thick plywood frame with 3mm thick playwood back reinforced with nail and glue. 6. Side Panel: 3/4" thick plywood side panels with white melamine on both sides. 7. Drawer Box: Metal tandem box, full extension soft closing glides with 5/8" plywood bottom & back melmine panels. 8. Toe Kick: Aluminum alloy or matching door material. 9: Assembly System: Cam lock and dowel system





The Traditional Style.

Spacious, versatile and timeless

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Product Specifications






Granite and Quartz.

Durable, sophisticated and long-lasting

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Granite or Quartz?


Granite is a very hard stone and 100% natural. It is mined from quarries from around the word, cut down to a mangeable size, then polished to a fine finish. Quartz is not 100% natural. It is manufactured using 95% natural quartz and 5% polymer resins.




Appearance


Granite comes in different colors and patterns. There is a limitless selection to choose from and no two granite countertops are the same due to the way it is cooled and solidfied. Quartz has the look of stone, while also allowing homeowners to customize the design. The selection process is much easier than granite.




Price


On average, granite tends to be more expensive than quartz. Both need fabrication and installation by a professional due to their weight and the need to for the structure to be sound.




Maintenance


Granite countertops should be cleaned daily with soap and water or a mild household cleaner. Some oils and acids can stain. For longevity, it is recommended that you have your countertops resealed once a year due to the stone's porous nature. Quartz countertops should be cleaned with soap and water. The solid surface means there is no need to have your countertops resealed.





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