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Integrity FF & Cabinetry

Listing #520   Listed on: 11/27/2007

Integrity Fine Furniture & Cabinetry
Company Name:   Integrity FF & Cabinetry
Contact Name:   Mikel Sinclair
Location:   Fort Frances, Canada  P9A 3M2
Year Founded:   2003
Sq. Footage:   2,700
Employees:   3
Gross Sales:   N/A

Product Specialties:
    Cabinets - Cabinet Designers
    Cabinets - Cabinet Installers
    Cabinets - Commercial Cabinets
    Cabinets - Custom Cabinets
    Cabinets - Kitchen & Bath Cabinets
    Cabinets - Residential Cabinetry
    Furniture - Custom Furniture

Shop Equipment:
    Felder - panel saw
    Powermatic - dove tail machine
    General Woodworking Machines - planer
    Felder - egde bander
    Felder - wide belt sander
    Felder - line boring
    Felder - shaper
    Felder - dust collector
    Other - Sawstop

Viewer Comments:

Posted By: Frank Williamson     [11/27/2007]
Nice shop Mike. Kind of cool to see all the snow on the ground too. All I have to worry about is rain maybe 3 months out of the year. I like the equiptment you have as well. Everything is nice and clean. Great job.

Posted By: ken c     [11/28/2007]
I like your comments about paying to learn. We have similar paths and I certainly payed once or twice as well.

Posted By: Mark B     [11/29/2007]
Nice clean shop Mikel. Frank says "all that snow" - I'll bet in Fort Frances there are times when you can't see out the windows for all the snow!

Posted By: Bryan Frymire     [12/09/2007]
That kitchen looks great. I hope that the homeowners appreciate fine work.

Posted By: Mikel Sinclair     [12/19/2007]
Thanks Bryan. The homeowners are possibly my best advertisement, largely because they are pleased and tell everyone. But also, this pic is on my business card.

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