Our Proud History

In 1980, George H. Lewis was working as an independent sales representative for the kitchen and bath industry.  Typically, he called on cabinet dealers to sell lines of inventory from various manufacturers.  At this time the concept of the “home improvement store” had not yet been born.  Two years later, George saw the wave of the future coming with Big Box Home Center stores opening and the do it yourself craze beginning. George opened the Cabinet Factory and brought his sons on to grow with the retail side and to manage the growing home center relationships.

In the early 1990’s George took advantage of the growing retail business and moved away from the Home Center supply. The new business included a showroom, a warehouse, and a working counter-top shop. At the time of George’s passing in 2005, The Cabinet Factory had achieved distinction in the Tri-State marketplace as the most knowledgeable and experienced cabinet retailer in the area.  They have been recognized by multiple industry awards and interestingly, were asked to supply all of the faucets for the Bush White House renovation in 1989.  Their reputation for high quality and personal service has grown primarily by personal endorsements.

The Cabinet Factory is a family-business serving families.  Each customer becomes part of the extended Lewis family because for them, business is personal.  Their values today are exactly what George Lewis envisioned almost 40 years ago —- giving the buyer the highest quality for the best price and with unmatched service.

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