Cabinetry component and door manufacturer Caron Industries will exhibit at WMS 2017, in Booth # 1440.

Caron, based in Montmagny, Quebec, says its genuine cabinet and furniture doors feature the finest and most durable components. A complete selection of designs, wood types, contours and options gives you endless possibilities. They're shipped ready for finishing and are prefinished in a wide range of attractive colors (low V.O.C., high solid content finishes are used; water-based, polyurethane and mineral oil are also available as primer-only coats). 

Most of its components are made from hardwoods harvested in the northern Appalachians, a region renowned for its quality timber and reforestation that Caro ensures the continued protection of this heritage. As people are becoming more and more concerned about environmental issues, Caron invites buyers to take the time to thoughtfully choose the type and grade of lumber needed, to ensure the enduring value of your project crafted from this precious resource. Medium to dark or glazed finishes lend themselves well to Select
or Rusticgrades. Select Plus grade is favoured for bleached and natural finished which require painstaking color matching. Knotty Rustic grade is for unconditional wood lovers who appreciate all particularities, lots of character and life in wood.
Vanity in Caron Signature with inset panels

Caron believes nothing highlights quality in cabinetry more than beautifully crafted doors. Its complete selection is backed with our quality system registered under ISO 9001:2008, a world-renowned standard. Each genuine component having the Caron Signature on the back confirms it complies with standards. 

Founded in 1984, the Caron is operated by the third generation of a family devoted to high-quality woodwork. Doors are sold domestically and exported to the U.S., Asia and Europe.
With a capacity of 3,000 doors/day, its 85,000 square meter factory is operated by a highly skilled staff, using state of the art equipment for small custom orders as well as high volume ones. 
Each year Caron plants 5,000 to 10,000 trees (more than it company uses). The company works actively with school projects supporting teenagers learning woodworking skills.

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