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Canyon Creek Cabinet Company
Located in Monroe, Washington.
- Manufacturing classified as “Semi Custom”.
- With standard overlay, full overlay, inset, beaded inset door designs, and frameless box construction.
- Canyon Creek offers over 40 wood door designs.
- Most available in 6 different wood species (Beech, Oak, Hickory, Alder, Maple, and Cherry).
- Over 26 different stains.
- 7 paint finishes on Maple.
- 3 types of enhanced finish (highlight, glazed, antique) using 5 colors (chocolate, licorice, pewter, suede, vanilla) as well as a “splatter” finish.
- All ¾” solid hardwood face frames.
- ½” cabinet box construction of industrial grade particle board with a natural maple or white vinyl coating. (optional veneered plywood cabinet construction)
- ¾” thick adjustable shelving.
- ½” thick four sided plywood dovetailed construction drawer box with a natural finish and ¼” dado jointed drawer bottom. (Optional 5/8" solid hardwood dovetailed drawer box)
- Standard drawer hardware is ¾ extension epoxy coated under mount system with synthetic rollers, self closing, 100 lb. rated capacity. (Optional 6 different drawer guide options consisting of 3 side mounted full extension ball bearing drawer guides in zinc plated, epoxy coated white or epoxy coated black finish, as well the undermount Blum tandem full extension guides and full extension guides with “soft close” feature).
- Finish consists of a multi step process with a durable catalyzed conversion varnish
- Extended stiles instead of loose fillers.
- 3 types of finished ends can be factory applied, including a “flush finished” end.
- Custom sizes and configurations, many modifications available.
- ½” thick cabinet backs allow for installation screws to be placed at any location on the cabinet back (not confined to a “hang rail” at the top or bottom of the cabinet).