High Gloss Luxury Lacquer Kitchen Cabinets With Kitchen Electrical Appliance
Kitchen Cabinet Countertop:
1) Quartz Stone: (WTY151)
2) Edge: Straight Edge (S-Z38)
3) Thickness (mm): 40mm
4) Matched Material: Can be matched with Silestone, Quartz Stone and Caesar Stone
Note:40mm thick countertop is underlaid by aluminum transverse; Aluminum transverse thickness is 20mm;others by quartz stone block.
Kitchen Cabinet Door Material 1:
1) Matched Door Finish: Lacquer (KQ008)
2) Door Base Material: MDF
3) Door Style: J-T
Kitchen Cabinet Door Material 2:
1) Matched Door Finish: Melamine (WBMA331)
2) Door Base Material: Particle Board
3) Door Style: A-F
Kitchen cabinet has included all necessary hardware such as drawer slides, knobs, handles, hinges and shelf pins (local) specific brands, such as Blum, Hettich.
With the many varieties of countertop materials available, it's often challenging for homeowners to determine which will be the best choice for their home. To aid in this process, we offer nine reasons why you should seriously consider quartz vs. granite as your top choice.
Maintenance. Granite and marble countertops must be sealed regularly to prevent staining and the growth of bacteria. This maintenance adds to the cost of these countertops. Quartz does not require sealing or other routine maintenance to maintain its beauty and functionality.
Color consistency. Most homeowners are not aware that some granite slabs are commercially dyed in order to improve their sales profiles. The most commonly dyed slabs are the family of black granites. Over time, these dyes change and the appearance of the counter may not be what the customer expected. Quartz is manufactured in many colors, and the color is consistent throughout the entire slab.
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