Whether you’re looking for custom office furniture, walk-in closets, full-sized mudrooms or new fire place mantles, Norelco Cabinet Solutions may have what you’re looking for. Recently opened in Lloydminster on June 24, the new business considers itself a one-stop shop for high-end cabinetry and woodworking.
Located at 5007-50 St., Norleco offers “countless” products made from a range of woods and boasts a service system that won’t leave customers wanting or waiting.
“What sets us apart is the uniqueness and the full package quantity that we can offer our clients,” said Cory Anthony, business development manager. “We have unique products. Right from the polyurethane products, high-gloss paint products and the exotic woods that we carry: possum belly, wenge, ebony, tiger wood and some of the woods that people want to play with.”
Norelco operates out of two plants and ship everywhere from Alaska to Hawaii and British Columbia to Saskatchewan. Other products they make come in exotic woods like Spanish mahogany, koa wood, sapele and mango wood, which Anthony says gives them the opportunity to satisfy almost every market out there.
“There’s nothing basically in the world of cabinetry and woodworking that we can’t do,” he said.
Products under the most demand, he says, are kitchen cabinetry and common products made from maple. Norelco also specializes in painted goods and offer roughly 3,500 colours of painted products and lacquer finishes.
Gillian Harrison, design consultant at the Norelco’s Lloydminster showroom, says she’s trying to create a more contemporary look with things like high pressure laminates and electric drawers.
“I’m trying to push the more modern look,” she said. “Some of the high-gloss acrylic, high-pressure laminate stuff and a lot more futuristic things that we’re trying to bring into Lloyd. The ultra-modern look, we can touch.”
Other than Noelco’s dealers across Western Canada, the Lloydminster location is the only direct showroom outside of Kelowna, where the company is based. After talking with some of their builders that also work in Lloyd, Norelco realized there was local demand in the city for its products. When it was apparent that the demand was getting higher, the company opted to put a full showroom in town and they say business has been great.
“(Norelco) offers a service line and customer service that exceeds a lot of different companies. We have a system in place for service that makes it No. 1 in our book,” said Anthony. “When a person wants something we can do it and the answer is always yes.”