Salmon Falls Cabinetry

Services Provided
Custom Cabinetry
Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry
Custom Millwork
Custom Staircases, Handrails, Newels, and Ballusters
CNC machining, cutting and milling

Areas Served
Portland, Maine
Portsmouth, NH
Boston, MA
Cape Elizabeth, Maine
Scarborough, Maine
Kennebunkport, Maine
Rye, NH
Falmouth, Maine
Yarmouth, Maine
South Portland, Maine
Portland, Maine

Typical Job Cost
$10,000 - $100,000

Business Description
For over 25 years, I have been heavily involved in my passion of woodworking. "Carpentry" is a pretty general description of what the public views someone who works with wood. While that is in no way a poor description, modern day carpentry is quite diverse and has many specialties.

For over 25 years I have had an insatiable appetite for improving and honing my skills. I never waste my time fearing of competition. My concern is "What am I doing to be the best that I can be?" To continually refine systems, applications and contribute with my fellow tradesmen.

If you want to categorize what it is that I exactly do as a "carpenter", I guess I would suggest that you may consider me a cabinet maker first, then continue onto custom staircases, cabinet installation, millwork installation (crown, box beam ceilings, columns, mantels).

One of my passions in life is cnc's (computer numerically controlled equipment). I am in the process of designing and building my very own custom cnc. It will be one of Maine's largest 4 axis cnc machines (61" x 145" table) with a projected service date of Summer 2013.

My past projects have included Spanish cedar garage doors, Maple day bed, vanities, medicine cabinets, Walnut countertop, historical porch, classical painted entrance moulding, a band stage for a pretty rough crowd in the old Port, 10' high wainscot at a private golf course, a commercial mahogany bar, tiger stripe Maple library, New England style cupola, circular staircase, and one of the nicest dang sheds you have ever seen! And that is what I have been doing only for the last 3 years!

What is it that you dream of? What are your desires? I have always wanted to take the time to make myself a Morris chair. Ohhhh....the ultimate in comfortable chairs!

Certification and Awards
No certificates or awards that I know of, but I was on This Old House with Norm.
East Waterboro, ME US 
Kent Whitten 
70 Alica Lane
East Waterboro, ME 04030 
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