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Closet Masters of Nevada

Listing #1630   Listed on: 12/04/2015

Decidedly low tech when compared to the average custom shop, we build closets and garage cabinets from melamine. Not a shaper, molder or straight line rip saw in sight. We started in 2009, when Ken Swanson's son asked his dad for help with his closet in Reno. Ken, a retired general contractor, worked a couple of days and decided it was great fun like putting together an erector set. Now 7 years later, Ken doesn't get to put closets together anymore. With two in sales, two plus in the shop and four installers we serve northern Nevada and the Lake Tahoe area of California and compete mostly with the franchises.
You may note that we are heavy on installers. That is because we also do epoxy garage floors as part of our garage cabinet business. After all, the garage is the new front door! At least out here in the West.
Doug Pitching & Catching
Shop before hardscape
Ryan feeding the beast
Typical closet
typical garage w/epoxy floor
Company Name:   Closet Masters of Nevada
Contact Name:   Ken Swanson
Location:   Gardnerville, NV  89410
Year Founded:   2009
Sq. Footage:   3,000
Employees:   8
Gross Sales:   950,000

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Closets and Storage
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry

Shop Equipment:
    Holzma - Beam Saw 225
    Castle - TSM-21
    Other - Cehisa System 4 edgebander
    Hyster - Forklift 4,000lb
    Omal - insert C hinge machine
    Other - Conquest 2-46 gang drill
    Other - Sawstop table saw
    Holz Her - 1265 Vertical Panel Saw
    Other - Blum Minipress set up for Rafix

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