Pennville Custom Cabinetry
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The Pennville legacy began in 1917, when my grandfather, Nathan C. Goldman, created Ohio's largest electrical distributor on his bicycle. In 1956, Edgar Mertz promised his wife that he would build her a kitchen, if only she would let him buy a $47 table saw.

Having earned a Harvard MBA, Stanford C. Goldman grew the company by moving its location to Portland, IN; quadrupled the square footage of the manufacturing facility; added a professional marketing campaign; and created a management and production team that, to this day, boasts an average seniority of over 10 years of Pennville experience.

My father continued the family tradition. At the age of five, I first walked through the factory and fell in love at first sight. Although I had never imagined a career anywhere else, my father announced in 1990 that I would take over his position as President of Pennville Custom Cabinetry.

Over the past years, our high-end custom cabinets have been featured in some of the most beautiful homes throughout the country. We have turned into a state-of-the-art facility with a dynamic, young management team. Our cabinetmakers are proficient with both chisels, and also sophisticated computer numeric controlled equipment.

While our competitors may find buying their parts to be cost-effective, we have transformed cabinetry into a new level of art. Using our own tools, our cabinetmakers have created virtually every wood product, ranging from custom turnings and unique door styles to our signature furniture pieces in our high-tech 60,000 square foot facility. We continue to stain by hand as well as wax our panel doors and cabinetry the way the artisans of my grandfather's era perfected.

Many cabinetmakers confidently say "I can do what Pennville can," even though it may be an item that they have never attempted to build before. The truth is: they cannot do what we do. Excellence in this industry is not simply being "handy." It is a matter of constructing the intricate cabinets, finishes, and accessories over and over, with a relentless pursuit of improvement . . . and then discussing them, in detail, at weekly management meetings until every Pennville craftsperson agrees that each item in our catalogue is extraordinary.

We look forward to being a special part of your home,
Mark S. Goldman

Services Provided
Bathroom Remodeling, Custom Bathroom Vanities, Custom Cabinets, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Kitchen Remodeling

Areas Served
Bryant, Pennville, Portland, Redkey, Ridgeville, Salamonia

Certifications and Awards
2013 NKBA Medium Kitchen of the YearBest of Houzz 2015Best of Houzz 2016
Contact: Mark Goldman
Location: 600 E. Votaw Street
Portland, IN 47371
Commented: Cabinet Color / Line It was a custom red dreamed up by the designer. It isn't a standard paint color.
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Commented: What is the name of wood in the cabinets and floor? it is a wire brushed rift white oak with a dead flat top coat.
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Commented: Cabinets color? Marguerite - formulated by the designer and named after her grandmother.
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Commented: What type of wood is used in the butcher block? We did not provide the butcher block, but it looks like walnut.
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Commented: What siding colour would match a green roof? I feel that is a better question for your siding guy. I hate to answer questions when I am not an expert.
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Commented: Island color It is called Marguerite after the designer's Grandmother.
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