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Best Custom Cabinets & Millwork

Listing #762   Listed on: 10/28/2008

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Best Custom Cabinet & Millwork is Chicago's #1 Supplier of custom cabinets, entry doors, custom furniture, cabinet refacing. We do both commercial and residential projects. We are a member of the NKBA and AWI. We are also members of the CFDA(Chicago Furniture Designer Association). We have recently been broadcasted on WBBM "Made in Chicago". The owner has also been recently Televised on HGTV. . The "Buyers & Builders" TV show also listed "Best Cabinets" as an expert manufacturer of "Green Friendly" Cabinets with our line of Custom Solid Bamboo Cabintery. The new reality show "Builders & Buyers" was nominated for an Emmy Award.

We custom manufacturer all our own products out of our Chicago Manufacturing Facility. We are one of the few companies that maufacturer all our own Solid Maple Dovetail Drawers and Custom Wood Doors. We service locally in "Chicagoland" and also ship Nationwide. We manufacture custom cabinets, full inset cabinets, frameless cabinets. We also built custom built-ins and custom furniture. We have true Cabinet Makers and Furniture Makings certified to build in our custom woodworking shop. We

We are a Certified by the BBB with an A+ rating and maintain an "A" rating on "Angies List".

Best Cabinets has been in business since 1979. We service the Commercial, Residential and Industrial Markets.
 
Grizzly Edge Sander
43" Wide Belt Sander
SCMI Line Borer
24" Planer
Woodmaster Planer
Delta Table Saws
Three Head Shaper
Grizzly Bandsaw
Larrick Profiler
Hot Glue Edgebander
Holz-Her 1205 Vertical Panel Saw
Our 12,000 Square Foot Shop
Toe Kick Notcher
Our company owned SAWMILL
The Vacuum Pump
Automatic Dovetailer
Our Vacuum Press
Custom Kitchen-Naperville
Commercial Project- Guitar Store.
Large Custom Kitchen
Bookcases with Library Ladder
Custom Kitchen(Chicago)
KBIS 2008 Photos
"Cabinet Refacing" Project
Samples of our Custom Furniture.
Large Custom Built-In Entertainment Center.
Commercial Project- Gloria Jeans Coffee Shop
Custom Leather Couch with Red Leather Cushions.
Custom Entry Door with Speakeasy Door.
A pair of Custom Entry Doors with side lights and Transom Window.
Company Name:   Best Custom Cabinets & Millwork
Contact Name:   Dan DeWalt
Location:   Chicago, IL  60642
Year Founded:   1979
Sq. Footage:   12,000
Employees:   8
Gross Sales:   N/A
Website:   www.thebestcabinets.com

Product Specialties:
    Accessories and Gifts - General
    Architectural Millwork - Custom Millwork
    Architectural Millwork - Doors & Windows
    Architectural Millwork - General
    Architectural Millwork - Lathe Turning
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Installer
    Architectural Millwork - Millwork Restoration
    Architectural Millwork - Moldings
    Architectural Millwork - Stock Manufacturer
    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
    Cabinets - Stock Manufacturers
    Cabinets - Store Fixtures
    Carving - Architectural Ornamentation
    Carving - General
    CNC Services - General
    Finishing - General Wood Finishing
    Finishing - High Speed Production
    Finishing - Refinishing
    Furniture - Custom Furniture
    Furniture - Furniture Designers
    Furniture - Furniture Manufacturers
    Furniture - Furniture Repairs
    Furniture - Furniture Reproductions
    Furniture - General
    Furniture - Outdoor Furniture
    Miscellaneous - Timber Framing
    Veneer and Marquetry - General
    Woodworking - General

Shop Equipment:
    Other - Hudson 36" Sawmill
    Delta - Table Saw
    Holz Her - Panel Saw
    Scmi - Line Borer
    Timesaver - 43" WideBelt Sander
    Delta - Shaper
    Omga - Dual Miter Saw
    Other - Hot Glue Edgebander
    Other - Auto. Dovetailer
    Other - Toe Kick Notcher
    Other - Edge Sander
    Other - Profile Sander
    Other - Cyclone Dust Collector
    Dewalt - Chop Saw



Viewer Comments:

Posted By: stephen     [11/03/2008]
I like those old brick buildings. Don't see too many like that here in the midwest. I didn't even know there was such machine as a toe kick notcher till I saw your pic. Yeah, I'm new to all this. Nice work.


Posted By: CB     [12/05/2008]
Dan, I gotta tell you, your shop has been up here this long and only one comment. I've been thinking for a long while, you have some of the most repetitive nice work up on this site. Great work. Great shop. Looks like you are investing in nice machines, and the machines that count. How is that Band Saw though? that is always a tricky one. I have a 14" delta. (lower case intentional).....waiting and watching for old iron good deal.....hating to gamble on a new stamped out number. Cheers.. . Nice work!


Posted By: Dan     [12/05/2008]
I appreciate your comments,CB. With regards to the bandsaw, I believe ome of the older ones are build to last a lifetime but I have had good luck with this one and no problems since I purchased about 5 years ago.


Posted By: Rastus     [03/19/2009]
Ummm.... Im jealous!! Nice setup! How do you like the Woodmaster? Which do you use it for most, planer, molder?


Posted By: SAMAN     [07/10/2010]
nice set up. how long have you had your 1205 panel saw? i am thinking of getting a striebig. i would like to know what you think.

thanks,


Posted By: SAMAN     [07/10/2010]
nice set up. how long have you had your 1205 panel saw? i am thinking of getting a striebig. i would like to know what you think.

thanks,


Posted By: Dan Schreier     [06/02/2011]
I just bought an alfa toe kick notcher and I am trying to figure out how much it was but no one seems to know. Could you tell me how much the one you have weighs? Thanks for your help.


Posted By: Dan     [06/02/2011]
I am guessing the toe kick notched weighs 300-400 pounds.


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