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Our topcoat is a catalyzed conversion varnish.
Cabinetry and associated accessories cannot themselves earn LEED certification. Construction projects can achieve LEED certification levels based on the number of points earned by using sustainability features. Timberlake cabinetry may contribute LEED points for your project, based on the geography of the project and the door style and cabinet construction option chosen.
Timberlake cabinets are 100% in compliance with all current requirements of CARB.
Our digital specification guide can be downloaded here.
Origins by Timberlake is reserved for builders on a direct basis only.
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Inside heated buildings the relative humidity is usually 30% – 50% at 60-80°F. At these conditions the stable wood moisture content is 6-9%. This is the specification level that Timberlake cabinetry uses to dry all lumber used in your cabinets. If wood moisture and relative humidity stay within these limits, expansion and contraction are limited. Additionally, according to the EPA, indoor relative humidity should be maintained at 30%-50%. This is low enough to prevent mold and high enough to be comfortable and is a safe humidity range for wood.
Timberlake cabinets are not available for online purchase.
Timberlake cabinets are available through distributors across the United States. Look here to find your nearest distributor.
Please contact our Customer Care Team for replacement parts or warranty claims.
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A warranty you can believe in.
Quality and craftsmanship are paramount at Timberlake. Our warranty to consumers covers all cabinets and accessories against defects in materials and workmanship.
Your cabinetry is extremely resistant to stains and surface damage that can be caused by common household items. However, to further protect the original factory finish, there are several cleaning techniques that should and should not be used to care for your cabinets.
- Prepare a cleaning solution using ½ oz. of soap with warm water.
- Apply with a lightly damp microfiber cloth.
- Wipe the cabinets thoroughly to dry.