Our friends are the people we work with to make your project successful. They are fellow cabinetmakers; woodworkers who make dovetailed drawer boxes and cabinet doors for us, people whom we buy hardwood from and others who help us source reclaimed wood when we need it. They are the people in the paint color-matching labs we work with and the accountant who checks our books.
Meet a few of them:
Dale is a friend whom we have worked together with for nearly ten years. With more than 30 years of cabinetmaking experience, he may very well also be the best cabinetmaker we know. From Dale we have learned how to build better cabinets. We trust Dale.
Jack makes most of our cabinet doors and drawer boxes in his shop, just down the road from us. He is one of Canada’s many first generation immigrants from Eastern Europe who show us what perseverance can accomplish.
Nathan and Joel, do all of our CNC (computerized numeric cutting) of plywood sheet goods in their shop up the valley. All of our face frames and custom detailed components are made in our shop, but for cutting endless sheets of plywood, we rely on the accuracy and efficiency of CNC cutting. Because we use the same design software as Nathan and Joel we are able to create the drawings in our office and then transfer the project files to their computers and equipment for cutting. On cnc cutting days we work in their shop and return at the end of the day with cart-loads of accurately cut and drilled cabinet parts in the back of a cube van. CNC cutting is one of the primary reasons we are able to take on larger projects and complete them on time.