One of the biggest issues with outdoor cabinetry is that the units are going to be exposed to potentially extreme weather. Below is a collection of details you should be aware of when selecting your outdoor kitchen materials.
Wood and stone:
Why we don’t sell polymer cabinets:
- Color Fading: Due to its particular structural properties, plastic is difficult to dye. This can mean—after prolonged exposure to sun and other external elements—that you’ll notice distinct fading in the color of plastic outdoor cabinets.
- since cellular PVC or vinyl (plastic cabinets) are subject to expansion and contraction with heat and cold. Depending on the severity of the temperature swing, this could cause enough of a change in shape and size that it will present problems with the doors of the cabinets opening, closing, and aligning properly.
- Stainless steel cabinets can be installed in a few hours.
- No color fading with architectural powdercoat on 304 stainless steel.
- Easy to clean
- Weather resistant
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