Powder-Coated Doors and Drawer Fronts
A Superior Finish That is Perfect for the Garage Environment
WorkSpace Garage Cabinets use powder coating for the door and drawer fronts. It's just one of the ways these cabinets were designed specifically for the garage environment!
Powder coating creates a seamless finish that withstands the temperature and humidity extremes found in most garages. It is superior to plastic, paint or laminate, and resists chipping, denting, peeling or warping.
Powder-coated surfaces will not stain, are impervious to almost all household chemicals, and the colors will not fade over time. Keeping them looking factory-new is as simple as wiping them with soap and warm water.
We offer five great powder coat color choices that will look great in any garage. And the powder-coated finish will continue to look as good as the day you installed your new garage cabinets.
Why do we use powder coating?
Powder coating is one the longest lasting finishes available, but until the last few years powder coating was used only on metal parts.
We have perfected a process of applying powder coat on MDF (medium density fiberboard) that is as durable as metal, is less expensive and is perfect for home use. As a matter of fact, our unique process has been patented!
The result is parts that are just as durable as a metal ones, but without the high price or weight, and look better!
Not all powder coating is created equal!
Others may claim that their powder coating is the best, or theirs was the first. Truth is, there is a big difference in quality and consistency.
Greenberg Custom Cabinets, our parent company, was the first garage cabinet manufacturer to introduce powder-coated wood cabinets to the market. Unlike other companies, we do all our powder coating in-house, giving us a great deal of control over the quality, consistency and delivery of the final product.
Finally, all of your doors and drawers will be powder coated in the same batch, ensuring everything is always a perfect match.
The Powder Coating Process
Powder coating is a dry finishing process that uses a mixture of pigment and resin. The mixture is electro-statically charged and sprayed on to the part (above), and heated in an oven (below). The powder gels and flows, bonding with the part and creating a seamless finish that is attractive and durable.
And the process is environmentally friendly, containing no heavy metals, solvents or VOCs.