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Brother Fine Cabinetry

Listing #250   Listed on: 01/31/2007


We are a small custom Cabinetry shop specializing in mid to high end kitchens, baths, Entertainment Centers, as well as custom furniture Pieces. We have a total of four people (all 4 of us are brothers)hence the name. Between us we sell, design, build, and install each one of our jobs. Feel free to email us with questions...

Brother Fine Cabinetry

brothercabinets@yahoo.com
 
using the surface planer without a mess
i love a clean shop
new dust collector (finally) I actually won it at our local woodworking store
the dust collector is even connected imagine that
shop overview (hard at work) at least thats the pose they were going for
New showroom addition
assembly area blum hinge boring machine and down the row our chop saw station
New showroom addition
finish storage, our apollo HVLP 4 stage Turbine finishing system
again
New showroom addition
recent laundry
another view
Master bath in recent job
recent kitchen
vanity area
recent kitchen
one of our last kitchens
shop showroom display nothing too crazy small and simple
master bath
recent master bath
new addition to display
built in ent. center
curved entertainment cabinet
another addition to display
a small kitchen with concrete tops we poured in place
a sample of our design efforts
compilation of some previous jobs
close up shot of cooktop cabinet
more cabinetry
We built cabinets and concrete tops
We built cabinets and concrete tops
We built cabinets and concrete tops
Company Name:   Brother Fine Cabinetry
Contact Name:   Travis
Location:   St. George, UT  84770
Year Founded:   2005
Sq. Footage:   1,400
Employees:   4
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.brothercabinets.com

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Timesaver - 37" belt 3 phase 20 hp
    Rockwell - 10" unisaw w beisemeyer 52" fence
    Other - makita sliding 12" compound miter saw
    Other - shopfox 14" bandsaw
    Other - shopfox 6" planer
    Other - Blum Minipress
    Other - Kobalt 60 Gal. air compressor
    Powermatic - 15" spiral cut planer
    Other - Apollo 4 stage turbine HVLP
    Other - 1 hp single bag portable 1150 cfm dust collector
    Other - spindle sander
    Shopfox - 3 HP 2500 cfm dust collector



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Brad     [02/01/2007]
1. Have you been happy with your Apollo HVLP?

2. What design software are you using?


Posted By: lekan Agbaje     [02/02/2007]
Who is the lady on the wall, just kidding.How do you dispose of the Blum dust.Cant see any dc near it.just bought a blum and a timesaver myself.love your Blum table. Plan to 'steal' the idea. can you post or mail a more direct shot of the Blum.isn't the right side of your Blum table too short. Would appreciate if you can mail me a scanned/pdf copy of your timesaver manual.


Posted By: gene     [02/02/2007]
2 brothers working, 1 taking photos, the 4th?


Posted By: Travis     [02/05/2007]
Brad: the apollo unit is good but not very economical the extreme amount of air used to atomize the finish creates alot of blow-by just took the kremlin 10-14 airmix for a test drive and will be making that purchase soon as for software we use the only good free system out there which i would highly reccommend which is ecabinet systems free program it take a little getting used to but for the price it cant be beat you can get it free at ecabinetsystems.com they will pop it in the mail and you'll have it in a week


Posted By: Harlen     [02/06/2007]
Nice start-up. Good luck. A few observations:
No safety glasses.
Long sleeves and gloves.
Open-air finishing area.
Good insurance???


Posted By: Travis     [02/07/2007]
Thanks Harlen i appreciate the comments


Posted By: travis     [02/07/2007]
Lekan, do you have a fax #, I can send you the timesaver manual that way, other than that i dont have a scanner that works properly, as for the blum table it works great, the short table length doesnt seem to be a problem.


Posted By: gene     [02/09/2007]
2nd time, where is bro 4?
Cooktop next to the oven/micro with no counter space is a NO NO, bad design.
How about posting a few photos of your work.
How much do you outsource?...I notice no shapers shown...edge sander...borers...edgebanding...


Posted By: travis     [02/12/2007]
Gene, very true bad design. I agree good thing we didnt build it that way... we outsource our doors and casework we have a local CNC guy cut our casework with alignment dowels pre inserted and confimat assembly pre bored alond with edgebanding pre-applied. It makes quick work of building the kitchen leaving us to do the architectural work ank custom finishes. As for the 4th brother thats me, directing the shot and staying out of the picture...


Posted By: Chris     [04/03/2007]
What is the hatchet used for? :)


Posted By: Travis     [04/05/2007]
chris,
The hatchet is for serious distressing :-)


Posted By: Frank Wiliamson     [11/06/2007]
Travis, Nice shop. Keep pluggin away with the work. Keep getting the good size jobs and make money brother. Also, The picture. Is that Jesus? Please respond and let me know. Great job with the shop and your work! Frank @ Williamson's Woodwork Design. Check my post when you have the time.


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