Just giving everyone a heads up. Keep an eye on your so called wood work. I'm talking about(corrected- lower portion of the) cabinets, lower door bottoms, island lower trim etc. I've only had my new unit since Nov. The first thing I noticed was at the lower portion of these items the material started rolling up (like contact paper over cardboard). So I covered the island trim and the lower portion of the doors with clear angle plastic protectors since it was getting awful looking. That seemed to work fine. Now I'm seeing a couple areas in the bathroom lower trim and kitchen lower trim which swelled up from moisture and when I touch it, it just falls apart in my hand. I actually think paper mache is probably stronger than this so called wood being used. I know OSB has to be 10 times better, I'm not joking either. If you haven't seen this issue in your unit yet, believe me if you don't keep everything 100% moisture free, I'm sure you eventually will. I informed my wife no more using a damp mop on the floors. This is first new unit, but around the 9th we've owned and so far this has been the worst. Sorry to say, what a big mistake!