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What is the difference between a cover panel, a side panel, a waterfall panel and a filler?

Our cover panels are non-drilled fronts that will allow you to utilise them as side panels, waterfall panels, filler panels, or even to create custom-made elements, such as shelves to match your kitchen or wardrobe.

What is a side panel?
Side panels are cover panels that allow you to hide any visible parts of your cabinet frames. They are not necessary if your unit is between two walls, but are essential for finishing the cabinets at the end of a row, for the side of columns, underneath high cabinets and for the back of your kitchen island.

What is a filler?
A filler panel is a cover panel that fills a gap between a wall and a cabinet frame, and is installed to blend seamlessly with your fronts.

What is a waterfall panel?
A waterfall panel (or supporting leg panel), is a cover panel that supports your countertop to the floor. If your kitchen is designed with a dishwasher or a washing machine at the end of the countertop, as the appliances sit lower than the cabinets, a waterfall panel is imperative to support the countertop.

Some reading material that might interest you:
What is a cover panel?
How do I install a cover panel?

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