Casework Information

The word "casework" is an industry term stemming from the carpentry and woodworking trades, and refers to an aggregate of assembled parts that comprise a case or cabinet. Appropriately, the word "case" originates from the Latin word "capsa," meaning "box." Casework was originally designed specifically to include secret compartments for hiding valuables and was crafted exclusively from wood. Although it can now be produced from manufactured metal or even plastic, today`s casework generally continues to be regarded as having fine craftsmanship and detail, and can include modular cabinets, countertops, integral sinks, fixtures and accessories.

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