CHARLOTTE, NC, February 17, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- If you are remodeling your kitchen with cabinet refacing in Charlotte, N.C.
, the experts at Carolina Cabinet Refacing encourage you to take your improvements a step further by adding dovetail drawers to your renovations.
Dovetailed drawers are drawers that are constructed through a woodworking technique called dovetailing. To create drawers using this method, the craftsmen at Carolina Cabinet Refacing create a series of "tails" and "pins" in the pieces of wood, which then interlock somewhat like a jigsaw puzzle. This joint technique is most commonly used to join the sides of a drawer to its facing.
Dovetailing is an ancient technique, but it has survived the test of time because it is so effective. A dovetailed joint has incredible stability and strength, making it almost impossible to pull apart even without glue. With glue, this is one of the strongest joints a woodworker can create, making it ideal to withstand the everyday wear and tear that your kitchen drawers will undergo.
When you buy dovetail drawers from Carolina Cabinet Refacing, you will receive quality, hand-crafted drawers made to the exact dimensions of your existing cabinet boxes. You can purchase these solid wood drawers pre-assembled, unassembled, finished or unfinished as meets your needs.
"We always recommend that our customers upgrade to dovetail drawers," says John Marino, President & Owner of Carolina Cabinet Refacing. "Because they are made from solid wood by experienced craftsmen, our dovetail drawers have an enduring quality that most pre-installed kitchen cabinet drawers no longer have. They will also perfectly complement your new cabinet doors and drawer fronts."
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.About Carolina Cabinet Refacing:
Carolina Cabinet Refacing has earned an outstanding reputation for their top-notch customer care. Their commitment to customer satisfaction and quality of their products has enabled them to grow steadily to become the most trusted and respected name in cabinet refacing.
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