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If you’ve heard about WPC. However, with the evolution of modular kitchens, WPC kitchen cabinets are now the trend people are looking at. WPC, or polyvinyl chloride, is a widely produced polymer that finds widespread use in construction, healthcare, automobiles, and other sectors. You can use it to furnish your kitchen with pocket-friendly cabinets that are super easy to clean and maintain. Read on to find out what you can expect from this kitchen cabinet material.

If you still have your doubts about this product, we have a detailed guide on what you can expect.

 

WPC for Kitchens

Currently, the market opts for two kinds of WPC boards for the kitchen, that is, hollow boards and foam. The difference is simple, as the name suggests, the first one is hollow inside, thus being lightweight and economic. Whereas, WPC foam boards are thicker making it sturdier than hollow boards.

Characteristics of WPC Kitchens

We suggest foam boards for a sturdy kitchen as hollow boards are neither thermal resistant or fire-resistant. Foam boards are usually insulated against heat and are fairly fire-resistant. They are also non-toxic, anti-chemical and corrosion-resistant material giving you hygienic conditions to work in.

Design and Installation

The material for a WPC kitchen is available as ready-to-fit boards that don’t require finishing. Available in an array of colours, you don’t have to think about laminates or add-ons to make it look beautiful. Since they are lightweight, the workers can find it easy to work on. However, for WPC foam board, the right expertise is required as improper finishing can result in irreversible damage to the cabinet.

Durability

When it comes to the sturdiness, it is definitely the foam board you must buy as it can hold more weight compared to the other WPC variant. However, this is ideal for rented homes and is a small-term investment as the cabinets can sag over time and there is no resolution for damages.

 

Pros and Cons of WPC cabinets

Pros

  • Can be installed quickly
  • Economic option, feasible for rented homes or small-term kitchens
  • Moisture resistant
  • Say goodbye to termites as they won’t infest WPC cabinets
  • Available in an array of colours and don’t require expensive finishes
  • Foam boards can hold more weight and are fairly fire resistant as well

Cons

  • Can deform if you try altering the fixture
  • Prone to damage – use hardware and hinges compatible with plastic to minimize deformities

 

We at Space Designs (best interior designers in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana) have a wide range of varieties of WPC products including WPC Sheets to make cabinets, WPC Door Frames, WPC Doors, and WPC Grill Boards etc. to create a joyous and comfortable living.

 

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