How To Choose Kitchen Cabinets: Plywood or Particle Board?
Behind the maple, cherry or birch doors of a kitchen cabinet is the wood used to construct the cabinet box—the top and bottom, back and sides, shelves.
There are main two options for cabinet box construction: plywood and particle board. Plywood is made up of layers of wood veneer glued together, sometimes the grain of the wood for extra stability. Particle board is made of wood fibers glued and pressed together, often using a mold.
There is a big difference between particle board cabinets vs. plywood construction.
Particle cabinets are not water-persistent, and will be affected by mold after water damage.
Here at Millmasterdesign.com we are only using high quality wood and semi-wood cabinetry materials to ensure that your kitchen will last long and will survive the water damage.
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