06 November 2008

Of course the first key is material choices. And the other is :
  1. Adjustable Legs
    Adjust their vertical position to accommodate ground variations in the area. Flagstone patios and similar surfaces aren't always perfectly flat that’s why adjustable cabinet legs allow you to level the cabinets and avoid the wobbles.
  2. Optional Toe Kicks
    It's a personal preference but it may give a more finished appearance.
  3. Exterior Trim Details
    Trim details offer more visual detail to dress up the cabinets a bit, particularly the polymer cabinets. Details include fluted spacers and crown moldings.
  4. Accessibility Features
    Determining just how you plan on using your cabinets will help you decide which features are important to you.
  5. Quality Hardware
    Hardware such as door hinges, drawer slides, connection pins and/or screws, handles and similar items should be made from quality materials. Stainless steel hinges and drawer slides or other non-corrosive materials are important to have.
  6. Durable Construction
    Polymer cabinets made with 3/4" thick boxes and shelves are a good choice. Thicker grades of stainless steel offer better rigidity and resistance to denting.


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