REDMOND, Wash.----Doug and Tracey Hepner, owners of Interior Woodworking Specialties in Redmond, Washington, have designed and developed a new line of backyard kitchen cabinets to provide expanded outdoor cook space. The MyPatioCabinets.com (patent pending) modular cabinets cost less than outdoor built-in kitchens and are constructed of materials that will not corrode with weather conditions, exposure to UV rays or humidity. Industrial-grade materials and casters make the cabinets easy to maneuver and extremely durable. The counter tops are FDA-approved food safe and can be ordered with or without a handle. Cabinet doors are available in four different wood stains – black, chestnut, cherry and natural.
Two cabinets are especially designed as "nest" cabinets for the Big Green Egg grill. One accommodates the medium-size grill and the other accommodates the large-size grill.
Several other cabinet products partner well with high-end barbecue grills such as Brinkmann®, Weber or Charmglow backyard smokers and grills.
Additional accessories for the cabinets are also available, such as a recycle bin and spice racks. All cabinets are UPS able or can be will-called in Redmond, WA.
The Hepners' 23 years of experience in the custom cabinet industry assures customers of a high-quality product built to last. In addition, they tested the cabinets extensively in their own Pacific Northwest backyard kitchen before launching the line through their retail and online store.
States Tracey Hepner, “This line of products is the result of years of planning and testing. We love to entertain ourselves and decided to create a patio cabinet that was well built, flexible and had the aesthetic look that made any household proud to own them. We anticipate that grill masters and novice backyard chefs alike will enjoy years of outdoor cooking pleasure supported by these helpful cabinets. We’d be happy to help you choose the kitchen extension that would best meet your needs.”
Source: Interior Woodworking Specialties
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