MIRA LOMA, CA -- RSI Professional Cabinet Solutions says its new International Series of frameless cabinets feature wood grain thermofoil finishes, contemporary clean lines fused with the distinctive wood grains of warm premium wood species and tones in 10 colors.
Targeted to the urban loft and modern single family home market, the combination of European frameless cabinetry and international foil selections offers a "break out style desired by builders and remodelers," RSI says.
RSI Professional Cabinet Solutions sells its full access cabinetry to builders and remodelers throughout the Western United States. Founded in 2003 , PCS has installed more than 50,000 kitchens and baths with premium, frameless construction cabinetry. Frameless cabinetry is typically offered at much higher price points, but PCS has made this affordable by producing in a high capacity, high efficiency California factory. The cabinetry firm has partnered with a network of over 150 expert cabinet distributors and dealers, PCS is rapidly expanding its’ footprint and availability to builders, general contractors and remodelers throughout the western U.S.
“Remodeling a kitchen with the International Series will significantly impact the space and make a home stand out from typical kitchen or bath designs.”says Eric VanDerHeyden, president of RSI Professional Cabinet Solutions. VenDerHeyden says the International Series is used at the Civita master planned development in San Diego, CA, in the Shea Homes Skyloft and Social Garden communities, which feature highly integrated exterior and interior designs. Many of the kitchen designs combine two complementary door finishes within the same room.
Its Professional Cabinet Solutions frameless European style cabinetry system offers advantages over traditional cabinetry, says RSI, since they require precision in manufacturing, and functional advantages such as larger and deeper drawers, wider openings for more storage, easier cleaning, and faster access and retrieval. Doors are a full overlay, covering the whole cabinet, with more prominent crown and light rail moldings accenting the design. Knobs or pulls, which protect the cabinets against finger damage, are always standard with frameless cabinets.
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