InnerMost is designed with details to meet the needs of the installer, assuring the easiest, most accurate installation. The result is a stronger, unified structure made up of integrated cabinetry components, not just individual cabinets mounted side by side.
InnerMost is engineered for high-speed installation, with less chance of accidental damage to cabinets and hardware. Put the components together, hang the structure, check that it’s perfectly-aligned, and you’re done, ready for the next job! InnerMost installation takes less time to help keep the project within budget.
- No Conversion Necessary — InnerMost is measured in inches, so it's easy to integrate your design or installation with standard measurements for appliances, sinks and other elements in the kitchen or bath. No additional calculations required.
- Exclusive InnerMost Hanging Rail — Provides superior strength at the critical point where the cabinet is screwed to the wall. The glued rail becomes an integrated component of the lightweight cabinet structure. Other glued hanging systems are heavier and less effective.
- Full-contact, Cabinet-to-cabinet Structure — When InnerMost cabinets are joined, all sides are touching, front-to-back and top-to-bottom, resulting in a strong, solid structure when attached to the wall. Traditional framed cabinets are only attached at the face frame, which means less contact.
- “Build First, Then Hang” — With InnerMost, you save time by connecting all cabinets on the floor, where components are easier to work with, and you can easily make sure the resulting structure is flat, square and level. The entire assembled structure is then lifted and attached to the wall. With traditional framed cabinets, each cabinet is attached to the wall one at a time, in a slower process requiring frequent adjustments to achieve proper alignment.
- InnerMost Clip-on Hinges — Easy clip-off/clip-on design makes removing and reattaching doors during installation faster and easier. Six-way adjustability makes it easier to properly align doors. Framed cabinets generally require time-consuming removal of screws to take doors off. Failure to remove doors can result in damaged doors and hinges.