M+J Woodcrafts has been supplying cabinet manufacturers with custom cabinet doors, drawer fronts, and mouldings since 1980.
We consider environmental responsibility to be an integral part of our operations. That is why we so strongly believe in our principles, our actions surrounding it, and the benefits that result from them. We make sure, not only that we do our part, but also that our partners and suppliers are just as committed as we are.
We fulfil our commitments by setting strict goals and guidelines:
- Being a proud certified member of the Environmentally Preferred Product Downstream program
- Keeping up to date with LEED trends and being LEED ready
- Recycling our 3DL (thermofoil) and wood particle dust
- Recycling packaging materials like cardboard, shrink wrap, bubble wrap, and poly strapping
- Shutting the shop down 2 Fridays each month to reduce our carbon impact on the environment
Customer Service Representatives can be reached by phone from 7:00 AM through 4:00 PM Pacific Time from Monday to Thursday and select Fridays (see Flex Friday schedule), except statutory holidays
3DL is an acronym for Three Dimensional Laminate, previously referred to as PVC, Thermofoil or Vinyl and is 100% recyclable. 3DL is a calendered product that comes in thin sheets roughly 0.012” thick, and when heated properly can be formed onto the face, into profiles, and around all edges of the door (along with some expertly applied glue to make it stick of course), giving you the only true Seamless door on the market. Making it durable, easy to clean, resistant to cracking, chipping, staining, warping, as well as ambient temperature and humidity changes.
Conversion Varnish (CV) is a post catalyzed product that’s higher in solids, making it a thicker, stronger, more flexible coating, that’s more durable and easier to clean than a Lacquer finish. CV’s also have better UV protection so they won’t yellow as fast, or as much, as a Lacquer will, thus holding its colour for a much longer period of time.
Sorry, we do not. Hardware is always the last thing you should drill for as the variables are too great, like offerings (style, type, colour, etc), possible location on the door, and you may change your mind by the time the cabinets are hung in the kitchen. Letting your installer drill for hardware on site allows you to make that decision once the cabinets are up. You can then test locations on the door where the hardware should go, making sure you are going to be 100% happy with the end result.
On our website, under Downloads you can find a “Hinge Hole Drilling Specification Sheet”, that shows you all the measurements that we require from you in order to provide you with that service. However, if you are not comfortable with, or unable to, confidently fill out that form we suggest you employ a tradesperson with the skills to do so. There are too many variables in box construction, hinge types, and different overlays to consider in order for us to lend you a hand with this. Our apologies.
Yes, we do offer hinge drilling for a fee. We are set up with a standard Blum or Salice pattern that measures 45mm x 9.5mm. Some Grass hinges are set at a 42mm x 11mm so they would not fit our pattern. Please verify your hinge patterns before ordering our Hinge Drilling service.
Our Limited Warranty on 3DL and HPL doors is for a 5 year period.
Our Limited Warranty on Solid Wood, Veneer, and Painted MDF doors is for a 1 year period.
For full details on what qualifies for a Warranty against manufacturing defects please refer to our Limited Warranty Guide under Downloads on this website.
Sorry, no we don’t. Our reputation may be big, but our shop is not. Well, not big enough to store matching board and tape for all of the colours we carry anyways. Besides, there are Distributers that specialize in this.
For Tape (and some may have the Board) there’s Richelieu, E-Roko, and McKillican, just to name a few.
For Board (and some may have the Tape) there’s Formations, Upper Canada, and Hardwoods, for example.