Why Choose Us

FINISHING PROCESS 

 

Our Company use only the best quality wood stains and finishes from Sherwin Williams Industrial Wood Division and their partners:

Our Standard Finishes:


*** SHER-WOOD® KEMVAR® Plus Conversion Varnish is a high solids catalyzed wood finishing system with full hiding opaque colors. It offers outstanding quality for furniture, cabinets and other interior wood products.

*** SHER-WOOD® Water White Conversion Varnish is a catalyzed wood finishing system providing water white clarity and excellent resistance to yellowing. It is recommended for use over white, pickled, and light color stains where good resistance to yellowing is required.

Our 2K Polyurethane options
Born in Italy from innovation and passion, Sayerlack® has been providing the most innovative and highest quality finishes for wood since 1954. With a commitment to research and developing new technologies, Sayerlack wood finishes are designed to enhance the beauty of wood products with an unsurpassed level of protection and durability. These wood finishes provide a premium finish to protect and enhance the beauty of your products.

** SAYERLACK® TZ88 Pigmented Polyurethane Coat is a polyurethane topcoat characterized by uniform matting, smoothness to the touch and good surface hardness. It is particularly suitable for non-yellowing systems and for application to tinted substrates.

** Sayerlack® Premium Polyurethane Clear Topcoat is a high performance, 2K solvent based polyurethane topcoat recommended for the general interior woodworking market. This finishing system displays excellent system clarity, fast dry times and very good vertical hang along with excellent flow and leveling characteristics. It passes KCMA finish test requirements when used over Premium Polyurethane Sealer providing excellent chemical resistance, moisture resistance and scratch resistance. It catalyzes at an easy to use 2:1 ratio and is ready to spray immediately after catalyzation without reduction. This product has a 3 hour pot-life after catalyzation.

Our low VOC and “green” options:
* SHER-WOOD KEM Aqua Plus Water Reducible Clear Finish is a high quality, water reducible, self-seal clear. It contains a UV absorber to significantly reduce natural wood discoloration due to sunlight. It has excellent mar/ scratch resistance, block resistance (the capability of a finish, when applied to two surfaces, not to stick to itself upon contact when pressure is applied e.g. good block resistance helps keep a door from sticking to the jamb), and print resistance (the ability of a finish to resist taking on the imprint of an object that is placed on it e.g. a shelf, table, window sill, or counter top with books, dishes, and other objects on them). It also has very low VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and no reportable VHAPs (Volatile Hazardous Air Pollutants) making it a greener option.
* SHER-WOOD KEM Aqua® Plus White is a high quality water reducible pigmented white for finishing furniture, cabinets, and a wide variety of novelty items. This high quality topcoat provides excellent appearance and performance over SHER-WOOD® KEM Aqua® Plus Surfacer.
* Sayerlack® Hydroplus™ Waterborne White Topcoat is a self-sealing acrylic polyurethane coating system that can be used as is, or catalyzed for enhanced performance properties. For interior wood products, this coating provides a durable finish with very good film hardness and good resistance to common household moisture and chemicals typical of residential kitchen environments. When properly applied, this coating meets KCMA test requirements for finishes as is or catalyzed. This coating system is UL GREENGUARD Gold Certified for low chemical emissions and is lower in odor compared to it’s solvent borne counterparts. Typical end uses include Kitchen Cabinets, Residential Furniture and Architectural Woodworking.

 

 

CERTIFICATED CABINETS


You'll be happy to know that all of our cabinets are indeed CARB2 certified and will not emit any volatile compounds that would pose a danger to you or your family.

What Is CARB2 Compliance?

Style, size, color – there are a lot of things to consider when choosing composite wood cabinets for your kitchen. Of all these factors, there’s one that you should never overlook above anything else: how your cabinet choice affects your family and the environment’s health.


It may seem strange at first, but not when you think about the large part that formaldehyde plays in the woodworking process. Yes, formaldehyde – which you may know most commonly for its use as an embalming fluid.

Wood Composite Products and Formaldehyde

Formaldehyde is a highly toxic organic compound, but it’s invaluable in woodworking, where it’s used most commonly to make adhesive resins for composite wood products. In fact, of the approximately 1 million metric tons of urea-formaldehyde produced every year, 70% is used by wood-related industries.

If you have any wooden fixtures and furniture in your home, chances are they all have trace amounts of formaldehyde in them. Don’t panic, though. Formaldehyde is harmless in very small amounts. In fact, even the human body has trace amounts of formaldehyde in it.

It only becomes a big deal when products with individually high concentrations of formaldehyde are brought together leading to heightened (and sometimes dangerous) levels of exposure.

So, how do you make sure that the wooden cabinetry in your house won’t saturate your home with formaldehyde? That’s easy: by always checking if the composite wood cabinet you’ve got your eye set on is CARB2 compliant.

What is CARB2?

CARB2 is a certification process instituted by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to reduce formaldehyde emissions and protect the public from airborne toxic contaminants. There’s a reason CARB has become known as the “clean air agency”.

The CARB2 compliant seal indicates that the product’s formaldehyde levels are well within the safety limits. It’s worth noting that CARB2 regulation applies to almost all composite wood products ranging from cabinets, countertops, and doors to furniture, molding, toys, and even photo frames.

The next time you buy any wood composite product, be sure to look for CARB2 certification. Every composite wood product sold in California is required to be CARB2 compliant. If you ever come across one that doesn’t specifically say so, make it a point to ask the dealer or manufacturer for more information.