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Steve Duncan Company

Listing #1184   Listed on: 03/03/2011


We are a small custom shop. Unusual sizes and shapes are a specialty. Hardwood and hardwood ply construction - no particleboard!

I started my business in 1978. My father and both grandfathers had a shop in the basement so I grew up learning woodwork and building projects out of scrap. I saw High school shop class as access to bigger machines. As a teen working at the local hardware store broadened my knowledge rapidly. I started doing jobs for the store's clients after work . My growing collection of tools led to my first small shop in the early 80's. I moved into our current location in 1989.

I run a 2 man shop. My associate Joe is still learning. He has made several impressive projects. I let him make mistakes sometimes because being able to fix your mistakes is one of the signs of a true craftsman. We use hardwood and hardwood ply , no particle board or MDF. Quality materials and craftsmanship will last.

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Our shop dog "Missy" with a live edge solid walnut bar top.
Cabinet Shop
Company Name:   Steve Duncan Company
Contact Name:   Steve Duncan
Location:   Atlanta, GA  30329
Year Founded:   1978
Sq. Footage:   2,000
Employees:   2
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.steveduncan.com

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Delta Rockwell - Unisaw
    Excalibur - Crosscut sliding table
    Delta Rockwell - 14" Bandsaw
    FESTOOL - Domino
    Delta Rockwell - Lathe
    Porter Cable - Routers
    Dust Collector - 55 gallon capacity
    Dewalt - 12" slide compound Mitersaw
    Kreg - pocket hole system
    Other - 16/32 Drum Sander



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We got a new shop dog last summer, a boxer named Missy. She lets us know if we have visitors while we are working. I have always had a shop dog, all boxers. Friendly but protective, a great breed.

We thrive on unusual requests. Odd sizes and shapes are a challenge. We have done many projects to match or modify existing cabinets. I make many test samples to find the right combination of wood, tools and finishes to do the job. I hate to waste space so I often suggest secret compartments , hidden doors and specialized drawer ideas to clients.

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