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“Paul Guido is a pleasure to work with, a great communicator, accommodating, honest, and very talented at what he does. He's a true craftsman and his attention to detail is top notch. After a couple of visits and discussions, our "vision" we had for a built in desk became a reality. The desk feels like it has always been a part of our home due to the analysis Paul did to make sure that it fit the room as well as the style of our house. The quality is really amazing and we have had numerous compliments from guests who have seen it. We couldn't be happier with the results! The installation was also very efficient and neat. We'll definitely call on Salem Architectural Woodworking in the future with our home renovation projects. Thanks Paul!
In addition to our own superb full-custom selections of fine handcrafted cabinetry and millwork, Salem Architectural Woodworking also carries several top lines of custom and stock cabinetry, ranging in cost, quality and function.
Kountry Kraft Cabinetry, the Hurst family-owned premier custom kitchen and custom cabinet manufacturer from Newmanstown, PA, offers a legacy of superior craftsmanship and excellent service. For more than 40 years, Kountry Kraft has stayed the course with four guiding principles: to craft the highest quality, custom product; deliver it on schedule; price it fairly; and be honest, genuine and friendly.
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Founded in 1943, the Lewistown Cabinet and Top Company began as a small business in Pennsylvania. Purchased in 1970, the Kersetter family renamed the company, and to this day, Lewistown Cabinet Center remains a small company and a recognized name among cabinet manufacturers. Lewistown Cabinet Center offers their clientele cabinet lines that would satisfy most budgets.
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Kemper Distinctive Cabinetry, founded in 1926 in Richmond, Indiana by George E. Kemper, Paul W. Kemper and Ray L. Headington, has maintained a long and rich heritage of manufacturing. Initially crafting wardrobes, chifforobes and dresserobes, the first free-standing kitchen cabinets, also known as “Hoosier cabinets” were soon added. As portable kitchen cabinets lost their popularity, Kemper Bros. was one of the first companies to produce the built-in wood cabinet. Kemper cabinetry is built to last, has proudly earned the Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers of America (KCMA) certification seal, and its manufacturing process has been recognized by the KCMA for its ongoing commitment to environmental practices and sustainability.
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