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The solid maple countertops
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Termites and high
humidity... could they create the perfect storm of
cabinet destruction? This
article tackles building cabinets that will not
be devoured by ravenous insects.
frame or frameless: which is easier to install? Each type has its
pros and cons.
To make the best time with frameless, use the whole
system for hanging as well
pros (more jobs) and cons (too many jobs!) of working with
reps are discussed here, including thoughts on
the compensation schedule.
do you describe the cabinet styles you offer to customers in
and attractive language?
closet contractor struggles to make his standardized shop system
with specs for a commercial job, and takes a close look
at established 32mm
wax finishes such as beeswax or carnauba wax can last
for many years if not
exposed to wear or chemicals. This article
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Osborne Wood Products is pleased to announce an expansion of their
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