In JLC Magazine
The February 2015 issue of JLC included an article by Gary Striegler, a contractor in Fayetteville, Ark., and the owner of Craftsman Builders.
The article gave step-by-step instructions on how to build an outdoor kitchen, including cabinets made from Extira. Mr. Striegler said, "I used pocket-hole construction with stainless steel screws from Kreg Tools for almost all the joinery in the cabinets. I also used Extira, a material I’ve used for years, always with great results. It’s an exterior-grade panel product with excellent moisture, rot, and termite resistance that’s available in dimensions up to 4 feet by 16 feet and in ½-, 5/8-, ¾-, 1-, and 1 1/4-inch thicknesses. It’s used by sign makers because it stands up to the weather and takes a keen edge when milled."
To read the full article, click here.