Dura Supreme cabinets named ‘best buy’ by Consumers Digest
Consumers Digest named Dura Supreme’s Designer Cabinetry as a Consumers Digest Best Buy in Premium cabinetry in the 2016 March/April issue of Consumers Digest Magazine.
This is the second time in a row that Dura Supreme’s Designer Cabinetry received the Consumers Digest Best Buy recognition in “Premium” cabinetry from Consumer Digest.
A Consumers Digest Best Buy is a product that delivers exceptional value for a given amount of money. It merits special attention from consumers based on its combination of their eight focus areas, where applicable: performance, ease of use, features, quality of construction, warranty, efficiency, styling, and maintenance and service requirements.
Dura Supreme was founded in Minnesota by Donald Stotts in the 1950s with a vision of delivering outstanding value along with outstanding design choices in hand-crafted cabinetry.
Ten facility expansions later, Dura Supreme now employs over 400 people at its 220,000 square foot manufacturing facility located west of Minneapolis in Howard Lake, Minnesota. Company President, Keith Stotts (son of the original founder) continues to lead the company.
Dura Supreme is heavily invested in state-of-the-art, computerized equipment, machinery and finishing systems to provide the balance of precision, quality and value, while maintaining true cabinetmaker craft with dovetail joinery, hand-turned posts, hand-applied finishes and unique, one-of-a-kind furniture pieces crafted by hand.
reported, “The Designer is a repeat Best Buy
selection because of its combination of features. This is the only cabinet that we found that has all-plywood and solid-wood construction, comes with a lifetime warranty and has a plywood back panel that’s one-half of an inch think, which is at least two times thicker than what other cabinets have. This model also has more wood species options than do most other cabinets.” For more information visit ConsumersDigest.com. To learn more about Dura Supreme visit www.durasupreme.com