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What is Modular Casework?

modular casework designed in stainless steel for healthcare applicationsModular casework is a smart, modern alternative to built-in millwork and cabinets. Casework is precisely engineered so that it can be reconfigured, relocated and reused – at any time. Because it’s modular, you can install it in phases and then re-configure your layout when your cabinet and storage needs change. This allows you to reduce the impact of modifications and expansion on both the environment and your budget. Also, modular casework is fabricated in a factory rather than on the construction site. Benefits include: quick and clean install, easily replicated, efficient use of raw materials.

7 Easy Steps for Designing Modular Casework Cabinets

Designing modular casework is simple. In fact, in just 7 easy steps, you can create a whole customized furniture and storage system.

Step 1: Choose the body for your casework. This includes the back, side, bottom, and top (the work surface will be added later). There are three main material options to pick from: laminate, powder-coated steel, and stainless steel.

Step 2: Choose special options and features for your casework (for example, there are unique selections for kick plates, or angled tops available on some cabinets).

Step 3: Choose the door and drawer fronts. There is a wide array of available including options like thermofoil with clear or frosted glass.

modular casework for lab storage with wood finishesStep 4: Choose the hardware for your casework: drawer slides, pulls, hinges, and locks.

Step 5: Choose the color for your modular casework. Laminate is available in over 25 colors including solid, patterned and wood finishes. Powder coats can be applied in 17 colors with two-tone options available.

Step 6: Choose the work surface for your casework. Options include: high pressure laminate, phenolic resin, stainless steel marmoleum, solid surfacing.

Step 7: Choose accessories – task lighting, power and data connectivity, sorting tools, anti-fatigue mats, tackboards, and eye washes and drip trays.

And that’s it! In just a few easy steps, you can design an entire array of modular casework for any application where built-in furniture or millwork would normally be used.

Contact Us for Assistance Designing Modular Casework

Southwest Solutions Group® provides modular casework to all types of businesses. We work together with architects, interior designers, and end-users to design and install modular casework that will meet all your furniture needs. To learn more or speak with a specialist, give us a call at 1-800-803-1083 or send us a message.

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