Keen on Being Green.
Recently, we sent out a press release announcing changes to our product line and our partnership with Hardwoods Specialty Products, a specialty distributor that is certified by the Forestry Stewardship Council and a member of the Canadian Green Building Council.
Hardwoods Specialty Products focuses on renewable and recyclable resources for its product lines, which is something that really appeals to us here at Evolve Kitchens.
Why? Because not all panels are made equal. This is especially the case with cabinet making –– choose the wrong materials for your kitchen cupboards and it could easily make for an expensive and time-consuming disaster.
The Best Recipe for Excellent Quality.
Durability and sustainability go hand-in-hand, which is another reason we chose to partner with the fine people at Hardwoods –– not only are their products sustainable, they’re also very durable.
The particular panels we now use as our go-to building materials are TAFIPAN® panels that use 100% recovered and recycled wood. The guys making these panels are meticulous in their selection of the wood materials that go into this product, which is another thing that we can really relate to.
These TAFIPAN® panels are not only incredibly durable, but they’re also great for giving us those smooth surfaces and exact edges that make for top-quality cabinets and cupboards.
Sustainability and durability are the keys to crafting cabinets your home can grow old with.
At the end of the day, we do what makes our customers happy.
It’s always a gamble changing up product lines and suppliers, so even though going with a more environmentally sustainable and durable product seems like a smart move there’s always a risk that it won’t be welcomed by customers. Luckily our clients have been massively supportive of this move, and we couldn’t be happier about that!
Want to find out more about what we do and how we do it? Get in touch! We are your custom cabinet makers and we’re always happy to talk shop, especially when it involves helping others learn something new.