Campbell Cabinetry's Main Street location may be new, but this family-owned and operated business has been providing quality cabinets for three generations.
The company was founded by Walter Campbell in Delaware more than 50 years ago and it moved in 1967 to Florida.
The company offers custom-made cabinets in a wide variety of woods, finishes, details and colors.
"When it comes to designing things out of wood, your imagination is your limit," says Darrin Campbell, who co-owns the business with his father, Sheldon, and his brother, Brandon.
The Campbells work one-on-one with customers to design their orders to their exact specifications.
All of their products are made by Amish and Mennonite carpenters who embody a level of high-quality craftsmanship.
Campbell cabinetry will be celebrating its new location with an open house this weekend, which will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5 and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6.
The open house will showcase the impressive showroom and will feature refreshments by local pastry chef Reagann Mayer.
Address: 1531 Main St.
Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday
Owners: Sheldon, Darrin and Brandon Campbell
What makes them unique: They are a third-generation, family-owned and operated business dedicated to quality and customer satisfaction.
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- Unique to have such a business anywhere but in an industrial park.
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