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Increase Profits by Outsourcing from the Right Supplier

Published: 03/06/2017

» Cabinets
» Components & Parts
» Gluing and Assembly Equipment
» Job Site
» Outsourced Services

Elias Woodwork, located at the geographical center of North America, has been making some of the best outsourced cabinets in North America since 1983. Now the company has developed a new line of Assemble-On-Site (AOS) custom, frameless cabinet boxes that snap together in minutes using only a rubber mallet. This innovative product has revolutionized casework assembly and installation, making it easier and faster than ever before. These superb quality cabinet boxes are available in 3/4" UV-finished birch plywood or furniture board, using only CARB2 compliant materials, and they come with full tops, bottoms and backs. They can be ordered as a component or a full kitchen remodel project  – including doors, drawer fronts, drawer boxes, moldings and wood accessories that are all consistently finished. Not only does a woodshop save time and money on building and assembly, these custom cabinet boxes are shipped flat packed to the shop or jobsite with just a three to four week leadtime.


Elias Woodwork understands that being competitive is an imperative for its customers. With that in mind, the company has also added doweled drawer boxes as an option. Through selective options, these boxes can become very affordable. Available with a clear lacquer finish, they come unassembled with pre-glued dowels inserted, for quick and easy assembly. The knockdown nature also means additional cost savings on shipping. The boxes are manufactured with 5/8" nine-ply Baltic birch sides, with edge banding on the top edge and a 1/4" thick plywood bottom that is recessed by 1/2". A woodshop can accessorize them with cutlery, spice or knife block inserts, for additional functionality.


Elias Woodwork takes pride in manufacturing some of the highest quality wood cabinetry components, and delivering them at competitive prices.  Even though the industry has seen some growth in both thermofoil and laminate products, wood still remains the most popular choice for kitchen design. Real wood offers rich color and texture, while remaining a sustainable product that is biodegradable and 100% renewable. For thirty-four years, Elias Woodwork has understood the need to earn and keep the respect and trust of its customers. The company's highly trained team on the shop floor is encouraged to think outside the box, and the result is a long history of sustained growth. Adding their 290 employees to a woodshop's team is the smartest way to build better cabinets and grow your business.


Outsourcing cabinet boxes, doors and drawer boxes is also the best way to add ‘custom’ to cabinetmaking and furniture building, without adding costs for equipment and labor. With a reliable parts supplier on board, a kitchen builder, contractor or developer can offer more creative drafting and choose from a much wider range of profiles, species and finishes. Plus, with costs determined up front, it’s a whole lot easier to meet budgets and deadlines.


Quality, selection and pricing are the keys to being a successful supplier. Elias Woodwork’s vast selection of quality wood products and superior finishing options provides all the tools needed for its customers to keep pace with industry trends and grow their own businesses. The company takes cost control very seriously, using lean manufacturing and just-in-time principles to be more competitive. And Elias Woodwork's shipping program also offers additional cost savings with FREE shipping on any orders of thirty or more 5-piece construction doors and drawer fronts to anywhere in North America (some restrictions may apply).


Elias Woodwork. Making the best cabinets and furniture.

 

  

Web:         www.eliaswoodwork.com      

eMail:       sales@eliaswoodwork.com       

Phone:      (204) 325-9962 or (800) 665-0623

Fax:          204-325-5617