Introduction to brick cabinets

Introduction to brick cabinets
Most of the cabinets in the 1980s used brick cabinets, and the integrated cabinets developed to the 90s which almost completely replaced the brick cabinets. Now the return of brick cabinets, its environmental protection and individual customization are in line with the characteristics of modern home decoration, and its economy and durability also cater to people’s requirements for healthy homes. Many cabinet brands will hesitate because of the high price, and they are scrupulous about environmental protection due to the potential pollution threat of integrated cabinets. After nearly ten years of rapid development, integrated cabinets have gradually improved from design to materials. There are some disadvantages. Expensive. The fatal weakness of integrated cabinets is poor moisture-proof performance. Generally, the service life is less than 10 years. Generally, there will be obvious dampness after 5 years. Some black-hearted manufacturers use inferior and contaminated materials for production, which seriously threatens their health. Therefore, a more cost-effective alternative is to choose brick cabinets. The so-called brick cabinets are built with ceramic tiles, red bricks, sand, cement and other materials instead of traditional plates to build cabinets, and cast-in-place reinforced concrete countertops are used to form a complete set of countertops, cabinet doors, wall cabinets, hardware, and kitchen appliances. Complete cabinet. Absorb the advantages of traditional brick cabinets and combine the development and innovation of materials.