Paragon Concepts expands cabinet door production
January 8, 2021 | 9:51 am CST
Paragon Concepts produces cabinet doors and drawer fronts in a wide variety of TFL materials including Stevenswood (pictured), Arauco, Wilsonart, Formica, Fenix, Mirlux and SuperLam. An HPL line has also been recently introduced.

DENVER, Colo. - Unlike many manufacturers forced to scale down during the COVID pandemic, Paragon Concepts is instead expanding its production capacity. Headquartered in Denver, Colorado, the company is a major manufacturer of TFL (thermally fused laminate) and HPL (high pressure laminate) cabinet doors sold nationwide.

“These are challenging times indeed. The COVID situation has brought hard times on many people, and our hearts go out to all of them. But, as a business, we feel that now is one of the most strategically opportunistic times for expansion,” said Paragon owner, Isaiah Rozek. “To no fault of their own, many manufacturers have cut back on production because of government mandates, policy, or what have you. That has created opportunity. Our sales have been skyrocketing, and we believe that now is the time to act.”

Factory space has been increased by 40 percent. Recent technology investments include a third Homag edgebander (EdgeTeq Tape Rocket), another Biesse CNC machining center, and a Doucet rotary clamp.

Paragon Concepts produces 5-piece Shaker, slab, and 3-piece cabinet doors and drawer fronts in a wide variety of TFL materials including Stevenswood, Arauco, Wilsonart, Formica, Fenix, Mirlux and SuperLam. That has been expanded by the introduction of its HPL line, which provides 70 colors on Wilsonart and Formica HPL materials.

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