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Listing #411   Listed on: 08/01/2007

My father and I founded our company in March of 2004 with a goal to deliver the highest quality custom cabinets along with the best prices on the market. We started with only 4 employees as well as 2 experienced sales people and have now evolved to a 20+ employee business offering some of the best in residential and commercial case and millwork.
A true family business including my mother, father, brother, brother in-law as well as my wife all work together taking pride in what we do.
We are currently in the process of expanding, taking over the whole building as things are getting a little too cozy in here as you will see in the pictures below. Once were done, we will have over 11000 sq. ft. 2000 of which will be showroom/office space and the rest manufacturing. The following pictures were taken in the summer of 2004, and further down were taken in january 2007 after the repositioning of almost every machine in the shop.
More pictures to come during and after our big expansion move. Stay tuned!
January 2007 looking down from the office window.
January 2007 finishing area
January 2007 shop
January 2007 Looking down the other end of shop
January 2007 edgebander
January 2007 assembly area
January 2007 assembly area overloaded
Summer 2004 clark forklift
January 2007 custom area, reception desk in the making.
Summer 2004 our half of the building
Summer 2004 countertop saw
Summer 2004 blum hinge press
Summer 2004 assembly area
Summer 2004 compressor
January 2007 shop
Summer 2004 shop
January 2007 sheet stock area with forklift
January 2007 thermwood cs40 router hard at work.
January 2007 Thermwood router resting after a hard days work.
Summer 2004 cehisa ep-8 edgebander
Summer 2004 Altendorf F45 table saw
January 2007 shop
January 2007 shop
Summer 2004 finishing
Summer 2004 planer 24"
January 2007 planer, countertop saw.
Summer 2004
January 2007 sander and table saw
Company Name:   Sebo Woodwork Inc.
Contact Name:   Seb
Location:   Ottawa, Canada  
Year Founded:   2004
Sq. Footage:   5,000
Employees:   20
Gross Sales:   1

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - General
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Components
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    CNC Services - General
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Finishing - Refinishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - General
    Veneer and Marquetry - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Altendorf - F45
    Brandt - 770-2C
    Other - Cehisa EP-8 edgebander
    Other - General International planer 24"
    Timesaver - speedsander 36"
    Thermwood - CS-40
    Other - Blum drill/hinge press
    Other - Belfab dust collector
    Midwest - 5236 CS countertop saw
    Other - Clark forklift
    Dewalt - 12" sliding shop saw
    Dewalt - 10" shop saw
    Other - Busch twin 7.5hp vacuum pumps

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: John     [08/04/2007]
I must say the shop looks nice but I am more drawn to your story. To go from 4 employees to 20 and an 11,000 sqft shop in 3 years, You sound like someone I would pay good money to sit down with and learn your secrets to success.

Posted By: Rene     [10/03/2007]
Are you happy with your Thermwood cnc? i looking into the sameone but with fixed table.

Posted By: George Davidson     [10/20/2007]
How is the countertop saw working out for you.
There is your Thermwood-CS40 nice

Posted By: Sebastien     [10/21/2007]
Rene -- Were very happy with the Thermwood, replaced 2-3 employees, also makes assembly a breeze with blind dados.
George -- I love the countertop saw, we dont use it every day but when we do it's great, always accurate cuts and the routers work great for the miter bolt cutouts.

Posted By: Matt     [11/01/2007]
I noticed the Antoni 5"s in the finishing room, just wondering what products of theirs you use? And how you like it? I'm one who swears by them! Best product on the market!

Posted By: Ben Ratterree     [11/22/2007]
How do you like your Aluminum air lines? What brand did you buy? Did you install or did you have it installed?

Posted By: micheline martel     [12/28/2010]
Where are you located?

What is your street address?

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