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Walker Woodworking

Walker Woodworking has been providing high quality, locally manufactured cabinetry since 1999. Owner and CEO Travis Walker began the business in his garage with limited tools, a basic knowledge of building and a desire to create the most beautiful and handcrafted kitchen and bath cabinetry. The business quickly grew into building one-of-a-kind customized cabinetry for unique spaces and refined interiors. Today, Walker Woodworking employs 23 people from Cleveland County and surrounding areas operating inside a 10,000 square foot shop. We employ the finest craftsman, artisans and the most talented designer to help you realize your dream!


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  • BBB Accredited Business
  • Best of Houzz - Client Satisfaction (2016)
  • Best of Houzz - Design (2016)
  • Best of houzz 2013
  • Best of Houzz 2014-Customer Satisfaction

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I just change my water heater, it is 50 gallons big, the thermostat is on letter "c" one level less that very hot. Why water gets cold in the middle of shower?

Tara Taylor of Crown Builders PRO answered:

Feb 14, 2017
I would recommend contacting the company that installed the water heater
We have Thermofoil kitchen cabinets that were white but have yellowed over the last 15 years. Can you paint Thermofoil?
Oct 1, 2015
Unfortunately, you really can't paint over Thermofoil.  If you don't want to replace all of the cabinets, we usually suggest replacing just the doors and drawer fronts.  Those are done in Thermofoil, ... read more

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