Q1. What’s the main difference in both framed and frameless kitchen cabinets?
Ans: The main difference between framed and frameless cabinetry is their construction method and style. Framed cabinetry is constructed of horizontal and vertical supports called rails, center stiles. On another hand, Frameless cabinetry is no face frame cabinet construction which means there is no frame located at the front of the cabinet. The cabinet construction is third by fourth thick thermofused melamine end panels, shelves, tops, and cabinet bottoms.
Q2. Is Full Overlay is Same As Frameless?
Ans: No, full overlay cabinets still show approx. ¼ inch reveals the face frame. While on the other side frameless cabinets do not show any kind of face frame reveal.
Q3. Are Frameless kitchen Cabinets Less Sturdy as Compared to Framed Cabinets?
Ans: Our frameless cabinets are constructed with the best quality material. So, don’t worry about its sturdiness.
Q4. Do Frameless Cabinets Provide More Storage as Compared to Framed Ones?
Ans: Yes, frameless cabinets provide more storage as compared to framed ones it’s because frameless does not have a face frame which directly gives 3/4-inch more interior space.
Q5. Is It Possible to Adjust the Door and Drawers Alignment of Frameless Cabinets?
Ans: Yes, it’s possible to adjust the door and drawer alignment of frameless cabinets.
Q6. Do Frameless Kitchen Cabinets Cost More?
Ans: Well the answer is yes, it’s a little bit pricey as most of the frameless cabinets offer higher quality finish options like decorative and special embossed laminate veneers, which may affect cabinet pricing.
Q7. Are Frameless cabinets are easier to construct?
Ans: Yes, Frameless cabinets are easier to construct over framed cabinets. There is only one difficulty and that is sizing and planning of sheet goods.
Q8. What is the main advantage of Frameless kitchen cabinets?
Ans: There are many benefits of frameless cabinets like more storage space, smooth and more consistent appearance but the main advantage is its accessibility.
Q9. What are upper and lower cabinets?
Ans: Standard wall cabinets are known as upper cabinets which are around 12-15 inches deep. Whereas standard base or below countertop cabinets are known as lower cabinets which are 24 inches deep.
Q10. Which type of cabinet is installed first – upper or lower cabinets?
Ans: Well it totally depends upon the situation. Upper cabinets should be installed first as this thing allows better access for lifting the cabinets whether you are using a special tool like a cabinet lifter or extra manpower to lift cabinets. But if floor/ wall are unleveled or uneven then leveling of the lower is important in order to establish uniform spacing for upper cabinets.
Q11. Do Frameless Kitchen Cabinets is easier to install on the uneven wall?
Ans: Both frame and frameless cabinets are easy to install but frameless cabinets are a little tricky to install if walls are uneven.
Q12. What is the Standard Distance between upper and lower cabinets?
Ans: The Standard distance between upper and lower cabinets or top of the countertop is around 18 inch which is an ideal height for a normal or average person but it can be adjusted a little bit according to taller or shorter people.
Q13. What’s the best height for kitchen cabinets?
Ans: The Best height for upper kitchen (from the bottom part of cabinet) cabinets is 54 inches above the floor. Basically, this is the distance from the upper bottom cabinet to the floor.
Q14. How costly is glass-front cabinetry?
Ans: Well, it totally depends upon the quality of glass that you choose. A high-quality glass-front cabinet is a little expensive than a wood cabinet. We suggest you to choose high-quality glass for safety and durability reasons.