History of Avondale Kitchens

Avondale Kitchens was started in Avondale NB, as a small shop in the country by Jim and Suzanne Lawrence in 1981. They had been taught the cabinet busness by Suzanne’s father who was, as that time, the premier cabinet maker in the valley. Prior to the new cabinet shop, cabinets were generally built in the home with a table saw and a router. When the orginal Avondale factory was built Jim and Suzanne were  involved in carpentry, cabinets and furniture.

The Original building in 1981, Avondale, NB

From 1981 to 1995 the business tranformed and grew towards kitchen and comerical cabinets. In 1995 the current facilty on the Lockhartmill Road was built, and within one year, Avondale gave up carpentry and building to devote their time to full time cabinets.  At that time Avondale was manufacturing commercial and residential cabinets; over time they came to focus on residential home cabinets.

By 2004 the factory was fully automated with computerised machines and software to remain competitive in the market place. At around this time, smaller two-man carpenter cabinet makers began buying their kitchens from factories like Avondale.

Fast forward to today, Avondale designs, manufactures and installs four kitchens per week. They supply Grand Falls, Woodstock, immediate USA, Fredriction and Saint John NB.

Avondale has a very large and up-to-date showroom, and profesional designers who do at-home-no-charge designs. They are all about very hi-end kitchens at afforadable prices.

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Custom Built Avondale Kitchen

Call for your at-home-no-charge designs or drop in and check out Avondale at 317 Lockhartmill Road, Jacksonville (Woodstock)NB.  Gives us a call at 1-506-328-4111 to book an appointment today.

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