Paragon Concepts starts HPL cabinet door program
October 6, 2020 | 1:21 pm CDT
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DENVER, Colo. -- Cabinet door manufacturer Paragon Concepts has built its reputation for making high-end TFL cabinet doors.

The company is now bringing HPL to the cabinet door market with more than 50 colors from Wilsonart and Formica. Every door continues the tradition with Paragon’s no glue mandate, and employs laser edgebanding on HPL.

“The idea of laser banded HPL doors was predicated by our desire to help our customers create separation from their competitors,” said Isaiah Rozek, founder of Paragon.

“Not too many folks out there build a five-piece shaker HPL door with laser tape. We are excited at this line and encourage everyone to get a sample door to see for themselves what a difference there can be.”

Paragon provides cabinet door fronts that are manufactured on a wide variety of TFL materials including Stevenswood, Arauco, Wilsonart, Formica, Fenix, Mirlux and SuperLam.

That has been expanded by the introduction of their HPL line, which provides an initial 54 colors on Wilsonart and Formica. Paragon Concepts manufactures its doors in Colorado and sells them nationally. Profiles include five-piece Shaker, slab and three-piece. See http://paragonconceptsco.com.

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