I just bought a house with KC cabinets from a kitchen remodel 8 years
On the positive side they seem sturdy and well-built. They've held up
to the constant use after 8 years and still look brand new (they're
white, so they'd show damage or scuffs, etc. pretty easily). KC's big
thing is that since they aren't built with normal cabinet face frames,
so you get bigger openings into the cabinets. This is true and makes
loading them and retrieving stuff very easy.
Only downside is that they're not pretty wood carcase-built
rail-and-stile joinery cabinets, which I find much more attractive.
To some extent they look like Ikea furniture - veneered pressboard
joined with metal fasteners. No sagging is evident in the shelves
Petro, I'm not sure what your problem is, but you're (that's "you're",
not "your", BTW) making assumptions about my cabinets that are all
incorrect.. The cabinets, (referred to as "they're", not "there",
BTW) were used by a family of 4 for 8 years and look absolutely brand
If you've got some kind of problem with Kitchen Craft, why don't you
say so, and describe your (yes, that's the proper use of "your")
experience instead of twisting my words.
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