Conestoga Wood Specialties Says 5 Piece MDF Door Demand is Up

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EAST EARL, PA – Conestoga Wood Specialties says it is expanding its five-piece medium density fiberboard (MDF) door offering due to high demand. The family owned and operated firm is a top manufacturer of cabinet doors and cabinet components.

Since Conestoga introduced the five-piece MDF doors to its product offering in 2013, demand for the product has drastically increased. The product offers an attractive and cost-effective option for door fronts.

New introductions to the offerings include four mortise-and-tenon designs, eight miter designs, four grooved panel designs, and eight applied moulding designs. Each come with matching drawer front options.

Five-piece MDF doors offer benefits that traditional doors do not, including:

Superior stability that is unmatched by solid wood.

The doors are resistant to expansion, contraction and joint failure, even in high humidity and dry climates.

Because of its resistance to warping, these are an extremely durable option for cabinetry door fronts.

MDF doors are also an ideal choice for painted cabinetry and offering significant cost savings.

For more information, please visit www.conestogawood.com

About Conestoga Wood Specialties.

Since 1964, Conestoga Wood Specialties Corporation has manufactured the highest quality doors and wood components in the kitchen cabinet industry. From modest beginnings in a small garage in Lancaster County, PA over five decades ago, Conestoga has grown into the industry leader known for our dependability in both product performance and on time delivery. Conestoga’s manufacturing capabilities are spread across five facilities strategically located throughout the United States, including their newest custom door facility, Sunriver Industries, near Seattle, Washington.

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