The Company We Keep

April 26, 2013

It is often said, "we are judged by the company we keep," and so it is when you consider Schrapper’s Fine Cabinetry & Design. Here are three examples of how this phrase underscores the fine people and service at Schrapper’s.

Schrapper’s President, Beverly Levine
Beverly Levine is not your average company president. She doesn’t hide behind closed doors, is always ready to jump in and lend a hand (no matter what the task) and goes above and beyond the call of duty as goodwill ambassador for Schrapper’s, as well as the business community at large. When you are in Beverly’s company, you can expect great things to happen!

Beverly is a member of the Women’s Chamber of Commerce (WCC) and is so proud of her friend and associate, Minx Boren. On March 20th Ms Boren, Master Certified Coach, founder of Coach Minx, Inc. and co-founder/partner in Authentic Woman Enterprises, LLC received the prestigious Giraffe Award for her contribution to the association. Fellow recipients of this award for 2013 were Julie Reiser, President and Co-Founder of Made in USA Certified and Siobhan Helene Shea, Appellate Lawyer. Beverly joins in with the entire Schrapper’s staff in congratulating these three upstanding women of the community.

True to Form
The end result relies on dedication and attention to detail. When you partner with Schrapper’s for your cabinetry and design, you are aligning with the highest caliber of artisans. True to form, their accreditation is verifiable: their designers, managers and skilled trades people have all received an education and apprenticeships in their individual field(s) of expertise.

The Proof Is in the Product
Long before the highest grade of stain touches the handpicked, kiln-dried wood, the good people at Schrapper’s are reviewing the project plans, double checking their measurements and choosing hardware that will withstand the test of time. The smartest furniture and cabinetry design doesn’t stand a chance if meticulous care hasn’t been awarded to each phase of the project.

You can see that "The Company We Keep" is not a phrase we take lightly!

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