Healey said. “All cabinet parts are
machined on-site; then the cabinet is
assembled, wrapped and put directly
on one of our trailers. Our current
focus is on truckload quantity orders
delivered direct to our distributors,
275 to 300 cabinets at a time sent to
the project site.”
Windsor doesn’t outsource. It is a
fully integrated operation, including
doors and drawers. They prefer the
control manufacturing gives them on
kitchen and bath cabinet components.
Windsor is currently purchasing 3,500
boards a week which is seven to eight
truckloads of panels.
Wood appearance panels
Windsor is seeking durable designs
and panel products, and is using Arauco Prism TFL panels.
Prism TFL is Arauco’s brand for
TFL. Windsor buys about 20 designs.
Windsor’s 90 kitchen and bath employees are currently making 3,000 cabinets a week. The
company will have the capacity, by summer 2018, to build 8,000 cabinets a week.
Cabinets are frameless, 100 percent melamine, with full overlay doors. All doors, up until
last year, were slab melamine, European style. Starting this year, they’re offering a five-piece
melamine Shaker door style, using highly embossed melamine.
Who: Windsor Kitchen & Bath
Where: Lawrenceville, Georgia
Products: Frameless cabinets for
multifamily, store fixtures
Employees: 90 (kitchen and bath)
Plant size: 135,000 sq. ft.
cabinet manufacturing, 40,000
sq. ft. store fixtures
At a glance