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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
 
What does “wall depth” mean?
What is “trim style”?
What is a “standard” cabinet?
What is a fire rated cabinet?
Why do you need “bubble “cabinets in Pennsylvania?
What is die cut lettering?
   
What does “wall depth” mean?
When you are asked for the wall depth, it is the amount of available space inside the wall cavity measured from wall surface to the back of the cavity. That measurement will let us know how deep we can recess the cabinet into the wall.
Wall depth
   
What is “trim style”?
The trim style is the type (recessed, semirecessed) and projection (how far out from the wall it protrudes) of trim required on a cabinet for a specific application.
Trim Style
   
What is a “standard” cabinet?
There is no “standard” cabinet, each project requires cabinet details specific to that job - trim and door material, finishes, and lock and lettering options are only a few of the things that make each cabinet a custom item.
Standard Cabinet
   
What is a fire rated cabinet?
Larsen’s Flame shield cabinets are 2 hour rated for use in a wall that has been constructed as a fire rated wall. The fire rated construction of the cabinet maintains the integrity of the “fire wall” when recessed or semi-recessed.
Fire Rated Cabinet

 

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