While commercial business has grown, the management team wants to ensure local residents have access to superior wood products in their homes.  This includes in-house designers for customers who want help creating a unique look. 

Timberline encourages their customers to compare cabinet suppliers and understands picking a cabinet partner is a difficult decision.  Here is an educational guide to help consumers know what to look for when comparing cabinets:

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Design

Design

Design

Design


Side Thickness


Back Thickness


Box Material Surface


Box Material Core


Slides




Hinges




Stain

 

Timberline

Frameless


3/4 inch


3/4 inch


Melamine


Engineered Wood


Blum









Water Base

Others

Face Frame


1/2 Inch


1/2 or 1/4 Inch


Vinyl


Plywood


Various Brands









Solvent Based


 

Advantage

More storage, a cleaner look and no rails or stiles to hinder access.

Superior strength and stability for longer cabinet life.

Superior strength and stability for longer cabinet life.

Thermally fused product results in less scratching, less peeling, and greater strength.

Less warpage result in more consistent products and more durable finished surface.

Field testing has shown Blum branded products to provide longer life and less quality concerns.

Hinges are designed for European style cabinets.  In order to fit face frame cabinets, an adaptor is needed.  This adaptor increases the likelihood of hinge failure.


Timberline uses a water-based stain which is environmentally friendly.  It also provides a more uniform finish to the material.  Solvent based wipe on has a greater chance for dark splotches in the wood and requires hazardous material handling and disposal.

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