While we could brag about our unique production flow, our state-of-the-art facility and advanced scanning and computer optimized machinery, our numerous dry kilns which are fueled by manufacturing drop, our 40 bay drop bin sorter, and our parallel line finishing mill (of which we’re mighty proud), but we’d rather brag about where we really gain a manufacturing advantage: our people.
Not only are our employees thoroughly trained on each machine but they’re also trained graders, authorized to disqualify a single board at any point of the manufacturing process.
While we may have been in the same location for over half a century, one thing has been consistent: change. Over the years we have developed a culture that fosters change by constantly reexamining our methods to assure maximum efficiency through process evolution.
Located on 75 acres in rural Gates County, North Carolina (about 60 miles southwest of the port of Norfolk, Virginia) our facilities feature over 100,000 square feet of covered warehouses, state-of-the-art scanning and computer optimized machine centers, numerous dry kilns (fed by manufacturing drop), two high-speed Pattern Planers and two German engineered eight-head Weinig Moulders. This allows us to effectively manage large quantities of finished goods and yet be nimble enough to react quickly to specific needs for a single order.