S/O: Cabinets and humidity
Just saw on another recent trend that their cabinets were designed for 35% humidity. Seriously?
While I *can* (theoretically) go to each manufacturer's website to check their specs, it is not very feasible time-wise.
IF you know what the requirement for your cabs was, could you post, PLEASE?
We do have heat in colder months and AC in summer and one of them is always on as we don't have those nice New England or California days when it is warm enough to turn off the heater but not hot to require an AC. :-( :-)
However, the humidity is often 50% in summer. I don't want to have AC any higher (i.e., colder) to lower the humidity as it would be too cold.
What should/could I do?
BTW, I have been thinking of non-wood sink and oven cabinets for a long time.
I definitely don't want particle boards, though I know there is such thing as marine particle board.
Is there anything else, except for stainless steel?