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Get Style Substance: Custom Cabinets from Winnipeg’s Springfield Woodworking
Learn why more people are choosing to use Springfield Woodworking. It’s not just quality cabinets and solid workmanship that are driving people to choose us for custom cabinets in Winnipeg. Attention to deadlines and clear communication throughout your entire kitchen or bathroom project are reasons why more people choose to work with us. Don’t just take it from us, hear it from our customers and read our testimonials.
Our beautiful stone countertops and custom cabinetry make Manitoba kitchens the beautiful heart of every home. We also install the countertops we sell, and we’re happy to help you pick countertops and cabinetry for bars, entertainment units, laundry rooms, home offices, and more.
YOUR KITCHEN REDESIGN BEGINS WITH A VISIT TO OUR SHOWROOM!
Get inspired and find the latest in kitchen design and construction trends at our wheelchair accessible showroom. Whether you’re looking for a modern, traditional, or contemporary kitchen style, our experts can help. For even more inspiration, make sure you check out our gallery where you can see some of our work.
WIDE SELECTION OF COLOURS AND STYLES:
Choosing the right colours and wood species are critical to your renovation. Whether you’re looking for solid wood or stone countertops, you’ll find exactly what you need at our showroom. You don’t need to worry about getting a ticket either; we have plenty of parking here so you can take your time and have a good look around. If you’re not sure what you need, don’t worry; with the assistance of our kitchen experts, we’ll assist you with finding the door styles and colours that are a perfect fit for your home.
Get a beautiful new kitchen in Manitoba from Springfield Woodworking
Springfield Woodworking is based out of the Springfield Hutterite Colony, a rural community of roughly 110 people located east of Winnipeg, Manitoba. Although the company’s 70,000 square foot shop is home to 60 employees and can produce 100 to 150 cabinets a day, the cabinet business is only one of the community’s economic activities.
At Springfield Woodworking, we blend the best of traditional techniques and workmanship with modern materials and designs. We build custom cabinets in Manitoba for installation in homes, from Saskatchewan to Western Ontario. Our cabinets and countertops are beautiful, solid, and built to last.
Come visit our showroom in Winnipeg; our knowledgeable staff will help you choose the options that are right for your home and your budget. We have a huge range of wood species to choose from for cabinets and countertops; we even offer lightweight quartz counters! If you’d like to know more about our services give us a call today! – 204 222 8797
Self-sufficiency: A Recipe For Success
Hutterite colonies, including Springfield, strive to be as self-sufficient as possible, and to that end the Springfield Colony also has a heavy agricultural focus, including a large-scale chicken operation, a hog farm, and 6,000 acres of soybeans, wheat, canola and barley (there are 130 Hutterite colonies in Manitoba, with others in Saskatchewan and Alberta, and in the northern Great Plains in the United States. See www.hutterites.org for more history).
Springfield’s cabinet business embraces technology while at the same time valuing a long-standing woodworking tradition. “When we came to America, we were not farmers. We were craftsmen and tradespeople,” says Pauly Kleinsasser, general manager of Springfield Woodworking.
Custom Cabinets, Springfield
The woodworking operation started at Springfield in 1996 with hand-made furniture, then moved into cabinets, which became the complete focus by 2002. “We started our business with custom bedroom furniture, and we thought this will always be a hobby shop, but it grew into a massive business,” Kleinsasser says. “Quality, honesty, and having a sense of humour made this business grow into our livelihood”.
Two Anderson CNC routers cut, drill, and optimize all parts in the shop. Springfield also does hand sanding, and has a Timesavers sander, Unique shaper/sander with Doucet return conveyor, SCM T130 shaper, and JLT Clamps clamp carrier. Other technology in the shop includes a Mereen-Johnson ripsaw, two Martin sliding table saws, an Altendorf table saw, an IMA Advantage 400 edgebander, a Gannomat Index 130 dowel inserter, and three Gannomat Concept 70 ECO case clamps. A TigerStop optimizing saw with defecting system was also added recently.
Right People, Right Results
Kleinsasser says the right people are also the key to a company’s success, and many of the employees have worked there for 10 years or more. Twenty-five community members work in the shop, while others are hired from outside the colony.