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lakeland stair & millwork

Listing #617   Listed on: 03/18/2008

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Main business Stairways. Curved spiral & helical and of course straight. Short run custom mouldings ,curved or straight.
Custom cabinets,furniture,waines paneling,wood turning up to 10 ft.
Solid surface fabricators, Antique restoration and repair.
 
rolling clamp rack
dust collector in another room/garage
were the left overs go
Radial arm
porter lathe w/10ft bed
Rolling tool cabinet & suplimental wood furnace.
old but gets the job done Router
shapers
assembly benches
Tablesaw, planer, bandsaw
smithway 2x4 xl on wheels.
Company Name:   lakeland stair & millwork
Contact Name:   Harry DeVrieze
Location:   Honesdale, PA  18431
Year Founded:   1983
Sq. Footage:   4,000
Employees:   2
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:  

Product Specialties:
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Architectural Millwork - Flooring
    Architectural Millwork - General
    Architectural Millwork - Lathe Turning
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Restoration
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Architectural Millwork - Stairs and Balustrades
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - General
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Finishing - Refinishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions
    Music - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Delta - 12" radial arm
    Dust Collector System - ??
    Lathe - porter
    Paulson - 2x4 xl moulder
    Powermatic - 18" planer
    Other - cresent 3hp shaper
    Other - walter turner 2hp shaper
    Other - boyce crane 1 1/2 hp shaper
    Other - rockwell 3/4 benchtop shaper
    Other - drill press
    Other - 12 cresent jointer
    Other - 6x48 belt sander
    Other - grizzly band saw 18"
    Other - grizzly table saw 10"
    Other - 36" crafsman lathe



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Mark Elliott     [03/18/2008]
Harry,
Nice looking shop. The two things that have me most intrigued is your wood stove and the Smithway moulder. Tell me about the moulder. Can it run a deep profile for it's size? I see them come up on the used market once in a while. What brand of wood stove?
Thanks for posting,
Mark


Posted By: ken     [03/19/2008]
harry, knowing your a guy who builds stairs, by the pics. in the dust collector pic those stairs look mighty scary. lol we're you short on cement that day
ken


Posted By: Harry DeVrieze     [03/19/2008]
You know how it goes .. The shoemakers kids go barefoot ;0) My shop is an old auto dealership,(studebaker) That garage was where they kept their wrecker. I'm told thats why the stairs are so narrow.

Mark: the wood furnace is made by "englander" thier out of virginia and most "HomeDespots" carry them. I am very pleased with it. The outer box never get hot to the touch. Squirell cage fan in rear blow out thru top( 8 round duct work) . I have a 1.25Million btu gas furnace in the basment of this place and the stove manages to keep 1 zone of 4 shut off.It has paid for itself in 3 months gas savings.

I love that little Xl We don't run it all the time but Its been a profitable machine for me.Ive had it about 10 years . Deepest profile I have run is in mahogany around 7/16. .


Posted By: GC     [03/25/2008]
NICE to see a REAL shop. The ultra sanitary euro box shops lack the real SOUL of woodworking ...IMHO. Thanks for posting your digs Mr Harry.
Stairs to the DC are cool...as is said "a coblers family has no shoes"


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