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Monthly Archives: January 2015

  • Beyond the Kitchen

    Cabinets are a big part of your home decor. Whether it's remodeling your kitchen, adding more cabinets in your bathroom or extending the beauty of the cabinets to another functional space, you can place cabinets virtually anywhere. If you already have the kitchen of your dreams, there is no need to worry. The cabinets at Best Way Cabinets can be placed in any room within your home. Not only are they made with solid wood and sturdy shelving but they can withstand use over time. Here are a few other places you can incorporate our beautiful cabinetry.

    Today a lot of kitchens are built with an open floor plan that invites company in from rooms like a great room or family room. Why not create a cohesive flow by bringing some of your kitchen cabinets into one of these rooms. Other than the kitchen, these rooms tend to gather a lot of attention and traffic. Show off your cabinets by using them in a functional way to store items within the great room.

    Have you been putting off your basement? Media room and home offices are usually located in the basement of homes. Placing cabinets within these rooms help store unwanted messes and files. Place games, electronics and much more inside of our high quality cabinets.

    Dress up your washer and dryer by placing cabinets in your mudroom or laundry room. Place wall cabinets in entry ways to store unused items to clean up the clutter of this common walkway. We offer a variety of finishes and different designs of wall cabinets to make your other rooms look unique. Our experts will work with you to help create a floor plan that will fit the style, functionality and budget you may have.

  • MDF vs Solid Wood

    Browsing through out website, you might have noticed the different materials used in our kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Almost all of our collections are made from solid wood such as birch, maple and oak, but one collection is made from medium density fiberboard or MDF. Our popular Ice White Shaker kitchen and bathroom cabinets is made of MDF, which is an alternative to a solid wood construction. Most people prefer solid wood over MDF but the reality is that MDF is just as good as the rest.

    Solid wood has many great features such as being strong, durable and is beautiful when finished, but there are a few downfalls. When heat and humidity are factors, solid wood can contract and expand due to the constructions of these solid wood cabinets. If these conditions aren't controlled, cabinet doors and panels can shrink, crack or even buckle.

    MDF is a high grade, composite material made from recycled wood fibers and resin. It is machine dried and pressed to produce dense and stable sheets which outperforms solid wood in many areas.

    MDF is more stable than solid wood because it can withstand changes in heat and humidity. Using solid wood can be a problem for bathrooms because of the high humidity rates and heat from showers and baths.

    Construction of these cabinets are different between MDF and solid wood. Solid wood painted cabinet doors are made from a five-piece construction or cope and stick joinery. Four frame pieces and the center panel are joined together to form a door, while MDF cabinet doors are made of one frame piece and one center panel. Simply put, the less pieces there are, it is easier to build and the doors tend to be more durable.

    Consider these factors when you are choosing your kitchen or bathroom cabinets from Best Way Cabinets. If you have any questions about our cabinet collections, call us at (800) 931-7594

  • January Special

    Don't forget to take advantage of our January Special! Take 10% off all orders for the month of January! Door samples are excluded from this special. Use the promo code: JAN15

    This time of the year is when most people are strapped for cash. Whether its because they are waiting for taxes or they had one too many shopping sprees during the holiday season. We have financing available for those who want to start a remodel but are waiting because of time or cost. Visit our site to learn more about our financing options or call us at (800) 931-7594

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