Carolina Heartwood Cabinetry encompasses the best that Web-Don has to offer in quality and value. It is quite simply the finest semi-custom cabinet that you can buy. After 18 months of preparation, Web-Don has developed and deeply stocked a cabinet line unlike anything else you will find in the marketplace … and at a price level that will blow you away. 

Web-Don has been in the building materials business for 40 years, with our primary emphasis on countertops. In early 2009, our management team decided to jump into the cabinet business. 

During the first of what turned out to be almost a year long series of meetings on the subject, it was determined that there would be only one way that we were going to move into this market segment: with massive inventory levels and with top notch quality. 

A search through dozens of manufacturers ensued. Hundreds of cabinet door samples were inspected. An experienced cabinet consultant was brought in. After hundreds of hours of discussions, final door style and cabinet color decisions were finally made in late 2009. We began working on logistics and planned for a spring 2010 roll out. As usually happens with projects this large, delays pushed the roll out to late 2010. 

All our CHC cabinets have a UV-cured non-yellowing chemical resistant T-6 ( the best) clear coat on all cabinet interior parts, boxes, shelves, drawers, backs, etc. These finishes can only be factory applied with a special UV roll coat machine, which allows the finished product to posses all these attributes. 

CHC cabinets have three color options at this time. Both the Raleigh (cream painted look) and the Charlotte (dark stain look) have an ACID CATALYZED CONVERSION COATING. On the Raleigh cabinet there is a primer, colored topcoat, and a clear coat that is an acid catalyzed conversion coating. The Charlotte cabinet has stain and glaze with two coats of the clear acid catalyzed conversion coating. Our Salem offering is also conversion coated for extreme durability. All of our cabinets far exceed the standard for national KCMA ( Kitchen Cabinet Mfg. Assoc.) finish certification. What does this mean? It means that our cabinets are chemically resistant, UV resistant (which means they won’t show a color difference where sunlight hits the surface – as opposed to unexposed areas), and most important of all – scratch resistant. 

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Media Contact:
Beth Jackson
3700 N. Graham Street
Charlotte, NC 28206
Phone: 704-940-1400