If you have decided to renovate or give your kitchen a makeover, cabinet material is the first thing you need to change. For custom kitchen cabinets and renovation, there is alot of variety of materials available in the market. With a little research, it won’t be hard to find the perfect material for your kitchen. Cabinets play an important role in the appearance and performance of your kitchen. Spacious cabinets would allow more storage place and are high in demand. We all know that solid wood can expand and contract so, it may not be suitable for cabinetry. Engineered wood is more in demand due to its durability and cost-effectiveness.
The most common materials used for custom kitchen cabinets are MDF, plywood, particleboard, and rarely stainless steel. If you decided to use wood as the main, your next decision should be determining the type of wood. There are a handful of options available in the market for you to explore. From maple wood to cherry wood to oak wood, and from plywood to MDF, there are plenty.
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Medium-Density Fiberboard (MDF) for Custom Kitchen Cabinets & Renovation
MDF is an economical composite material created from recycled wood and its resins. MDF is generally thicker than plywood and stronger than the particleboard. It is known to have poor moisture resistance; that is why indoor projects are a suitable option. It can resist cracks and peelings, which makes it worth using so its easier to do a paint job on the MDF. It does not contain knots hence making it easier to cut as compared to natural woods. There are three major types of MDF. MDF kitchen cabinets can cost you somewhere around $3000-$9000 depending on the size of the kitchen, layout, and the other factors because these factors affect the price range. Mostly people prefer MDF material for custom kitchen cabinets and renovation.
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