About Cabinet Brothers Inc.


Cabinet Brothers Inc. was formed by two brothers in 2006.  They specialize in custom Kitchens, Vanities, Media Centers, Furniture and built-ins.  Working with designers they build unique kitchens to exact specifications.  While working with customers directly they can design complete projects or work closely with them to develop exactly what they want.  Through the use of computer drawings projects can be visualized before anything is physically constructed.

Cabinet Brothers Inc. has remained a small, quality oriented family company.  This has allowed them to maintain high levels of quality and excellent customer satisfaction.  To this date they still impose high quality materials, top of the line hardware and excellent craftsmanship.  All items are manufactured and finished in-house to ensure the best product possible and guarantee that replacement items and future additions are always available.


About Jason


From a young age Jason has shown interest in the trades from carpentry to cabinets to refinishing antiques.  This lead him to his studies at Conestoga college, one of Ontario's top woodworking institutes.  During his years at Conestoga he was fortunate to have been taught by a handful of highly skilled professionals.  The skills and techniques learned included kitchen layouts, furniture design, multi-step finishes, cabinet buildings, veneering and comprehension of wood in general.





About Michael


Michael, the older of the two brothers, had a similar interest in woodworking and construction.  He had enrolled and taken most of the trades courses available throughout high school, but went a different route.  He was fascinated with technology and became a Computer Programmer/Analyst.  After years of schooling, diplomas and courses he went to work for over 10 years analyzing, programming and developing many applications for various corporations.  After some discussions with Jason and perfect timing of events he left the computer industry and started into woodworking.  Soon realizing that technology was being adopted into the woodworking industry through the use of computerized drawings and CNC controlled machines, he has found a great balance between technology and hands on skills.