Solid hardwood and softwood - prone to swelling, bowing, and splitting - are rarely used in cabinet manufacturing today. Manufacturers have embraced composite materials and advancements, over time, continue to deliver better ways to build things.
- Our competitors claim to use "REAL WOOD", but Plywood and MDF are both ENGINEERED MATERIALS.
- Our competitors claim to use "REAL WOOD", but actually uses Plywood made up of sheets of wood veneer more prone to delamination.
- Our competitors claim to use "REAL WOOD", but MDF is the preferred choice eliminating shrinkage or expansion due to temperature/humidity.
Most cabinets available for purchase today will be some form of engineered wood with a wood veneer or painted finish. Murphy Door has choosen to use MDF in our construction to bring you the highest quality door possible.