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Environmental Commitment

Here are DIY Cabinetry, we believe that a healthy environment is essential to a happy and sustainable society. in addition to improving our product qualities and values, we are also committed to selling and sourcing environmentally-friendly and healthy products to our customers.

All of our cabinets are compliant with California 93120, Phase 2 (CARB 2) standard for formaldehyde. We also use AkzoNoble, a leading global company in sustainable paints and coatings, for our cabinet finishes. Our products are also KCMA certified.

For every kitchen sold on DIY Cabinetry.com, we plant trees! Through our partners at onetreeplanted.org, we hope to promote a healthier climate and contribute to the reforestation efforts around the world!

Long Lasting Construction

All DIY Cabinetry cabinets and vanities are superiorly constructed with 100% solid wood and proudly come with the following STANDARD features:

Wall Cabinet

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1. DOOR PANEL

3/4” thick solid wood, full overlay door.

2. DOOR HINGE

6-way adjustable, soft-close metal and hidden Euro-style.

3. ADJUSTABLE SHELF

3/4” thick cabinet-grade plywood, clear coat finish on all sides and edges and metal shelf rests.

6. PLYWOOD BOX

5/8” thick cabinet-grade plywood, clear coat finish on interior sides and matching color finish on exterior sides.

Base Cabinet

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4. DRAWERS

5/8” thick solid wood on all sides, full extension pull-out and dovetail construction.

5. DRAWER GLIDE

Full extension pull-out, soft-close metal and concealed under mount.

7. METAL BRACKET

Corner bracket reinforcements in base cabinets for maximum stability.

8. DOOR BUMPER

Promotes quiet-closing and reduces slamming for maximum durability.

Premium Finishes

  1. The finest solid maple wood is sanded until smooth and vacuumed.
  2. An equalizer stain is applied to balance the base color of the wood.
  3. A toner is applied to establish color uniformity.
  4. A deep penetrating stain is applied to reveal the hidden beauty of the natural grain.
  5. All stained surfaces are hand-rubbed and wiped of excess stain and then slowly air-dried.
  6. A wood sealer is applied, penetrating all exposed wood surfaces for uniform protection.
  7. All surfaces are hand-sanded, providing a smooth, consistent surface.
  8. A glaze is applied by hand (if applicable).
  9. A color consistency examination is performed with additional touch-ups, if needed.
  10. A final protective top coat is applied, maximizing resistance to scuffing, moisture, fading and most household chemicals.

Natural Wood Characteristics

Note: All solid wood may contain natural “imperfections”, such as variations in color, grain, mineral streaks and knots.

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