THE SHOP

The Shop Kitchen and Bath was officially launched in October of 2015. Though THE SHOP is small, our capabilities are quite large in comparison. We feature some tools and equipment you'll likely not find in cabinet shops of this scale (or maybe even larger) to include CNC technology and the capability to replicate and run custom mouldings. With the exception of producing stainless doors or exotic high-gloss doors “in-house”, The Shop is up to the challenge for most anything—just ask us. While our focus is cabinetry and related millwork for residential projects, if you have a commercial need, please ask ... we'd love to hear about what you're working on.

This collection of videos is a work in progress—it'll get better. As it develops, my hope is that visitors will get a better sense of What we do ... How we do it ... What we offer ... and finally What we deliver.


Please check back for updates!

The Design Process

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A walk through The Shop

Visit THE SHOP, taking an informal "walk-thru", seeing where Quality bench-made cabinets are custom made for you. You’ll see the various equipment pieces used daily in the making of each and every component found in a custom kitchen. From table saws to the edgebander, from shapers to sanding.

You’ll see it’s a step-saving shop, but equipped for virtually any task given us. As we’ve said, "We’re not BIG by any stretch of the imagination ... and that’s ok." It’s more than Ok, because we can do things many larger, more rigid shops can’t do or might not want to do.

The Biesse CNC Machine

What’s a “CNC”? CNC means Computer Numerical Control. This means a computer converts the design produced by Computer Aided Design software (CAD), into numbers. The numbers can be considered to be the coordinates of a graph and they control the movement of the cutter.

THE SHOP utilizes a Biesse Rover 23 CNC. This machine can produce cabinet components with greater ease and accuracy than smaller manual processes. In addition to making cabinet case parts, the Biesse help us produce specialty trim components such as hutch foot brackets, custom corbels and radius aprons—to name a few.

Since most small and mid-scaled cabinet shops may not have a CNC, we’re happy to discuss outsourcing opportunities with contractors and shop owners who have projects where they’d like to explore saving both time and resources on repetitive functions. Please contact Jerry at (267) 614-2936.

Ripping 3/4" Plywood for Base Cabinet Sides

In this video, 4’ x 8’ Sheets of our Domestic formaldehyde-free plywood are being prepped for the CNC. Using a simple table saw, a sharp blade and a 4-roller “feeder”, we’re able to achieve very nice crisp plywood edges. After ripping the plywood into 24” deep panels, they’ll be cross-cut into 34-1/2” high base cabinet side panels

After panel cutting, the plywood panels will be edgebanded.

Watch a Kitchen installation

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Why Contact THE SHOP

Why contact The Shop Kitchen and Bath? First and foremost, we'll work with you to achieve the perfect "something" that you desire. Be it a kitchen, bath, fireplace built-in, bar or mud room (just to name a few) ... we'll take the time to guide you.

The word Custom to some can be 'off-putting'. For some it means expensive and out of reach. We understand this and while we can’t change your perceptions about the word, we'll do our best to show you what the word means to us.

We believe that custom should be getting what you want. We think that custom should be exploring all the design options and developing a solution. Whether it’s a specially made trim or turning, we’ll do it. Our focus is design, developing solutions and satisfying your desires. Maybe it’s a really large pot & pan drawer that someone else said, "No, we can't do it." Maybe it’s a matching or special sized table that you just can't find. Perhaps it's a really unique door style or finish that you've seen in a magazine, but nowhere else—Just ask us!

When we say custom, we mean custom. But here's the catch, we’ll not break the Bank. Want to learn more? Call us today at (215) 794-5930.

Ditchin' My Kitchen®

“Ditchin’ My Kitchen” is a kitchen remodeling program and 2008 Mid-Atlantic Emmy® Nominated program (#33. Informational/Instructional Program Feature or Segment) produced by Jim Davey, Multi Media Productions, Inc. and first aired on the Comcast Network (CN8). The program followed homeowners from design through to completion of an extensive kitchen remodel, hosted by kitchen designer Jerry Hankins of Hankins & Associates, Inc. Watch brief video clip.