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Kitchen Cabinet Components & Kitchen Cabinet Doors

Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) began as a manufacturer of wood furniture. Over the years, IWCI became a leader in the area of composite wood furniture manufacturers, which paved the way for its development of kitchen cabinet components. Since that time, they have expanded their products to include cabinet components for office furniture, cabinet components for hutches, cabinet components for storage units, and electronics cabinet components. Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) design their kitchen cabinet components through the use of Computer Assisted Design (CAD) technology. Kitchen cabinet components design and manufacturing is a specialty and through the years Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) has accumulated thousands disigns of kitchen cabinet components CAD designs thereby chrystalizing their experience in a database that is over 50 years in the making. Integrated Wood Components Inc. (IWCI) creates the finest quality kitchen cabinet components quickly and delivers a design and ulimately a product that is 100% satisfactory to their clients.

Kitchen Cabinet Doors

IWCI manufactures kitchem cabinet doors with a wide variety of style and efficiency offerings. We specialise in east clean kitchen doors and MDF core kitchen cabinet doors. Whether you are looking for replacement kitchen cabinet doors, kitchen cabinet parts, or cabinet refacing components, IWCI has the equipment and engineering capabilities to make your project a success. Our doors arn't just your plain "kitchen cabinet doors". They're value engineered doors built to last and fit your exact design specifications.

Our kitchen cabinet doors are also GREEN. Not the colour green, unless that's what you want, but they're build with the environment in mind. See our video below for more information about how we make "green" kitchen cabinet doors.

Integrated Wood Components Environmentally Friendly Video

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