Hotelure Media Cabinet, Black
OUR CASEGOODS MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Hotelure creations are defined by the exact preference of today's hospitality market Ð durable, functional, well executed no matter what the design. Every case piece exhibits the variations of grain and color that are indigenous to the wood species employed to create it. Hotelure's mission in furniture manufacturing is simple. It is Quality.
Many contract furniture manufacturers use particle-board construction in the production of casegoods. Particle-board is a mixture of saw dust or wood chips compressed with glue to form a board. Common problems with particle-board construction include moisture damage and failure to wear well in extreme dry climates, wobbly furniture, and scratches and dents that cannot be repaired. Hotelure uses 3Ú4__ birch, maple, or oak plywood veneers, to manufacture all-wood furniture that has the same properties of solid wood but is lighter and far more cost effective. Plywood can be lightly sanded and re-stained, so any dents or scratches can be repaired. Every product is made with kiln-dried hardwood. Quality and moisture content either meet or exceed industry standard.
Wood pieces are cut and inspected down to the millimeter to ensure assembly is perfect. All solid wood and MDF wood panels arrive from the lumber yard and are stored in a large state-of-the-art de-humidifier until the woodÕs moisture content is between 7-9%. All wood pieces are inspected for requested specifications and grade A Quality. Hotelure's commitment to these specific materials, coupled with hardware fabricated in-house, translates into the highest level of quality in hospitality furniture in the world today.