The woodworking industry has sprung into action - and many companies have transitioned to manufacturing urgently needed healthcare products. Here are those companies.
Miralis, a cabinet manufacturer based in Quebec, is back in business. The company's president counts his blessings while taking stock of the road ahead.
With the outputted piece approved on the spot, the team of six at Wood By Design put a temporary halt on customer orders and turned its attention to a bigger cause.
More than 4.4 million Americans filed for unemployment last week alone, the Department of Labor announced in a new report. That brings the total number of claims filed since the pandemic began to more than 26 million.
The owner of a small Iowa woodworking business says he took advantage of the state's closures, opting to shut down his shop voluntarily to upgrade and remodel.
MasterBrand Cabinets reopened its manufacturing plant in Talledega, Alabama April 23. The facility was closed for two weeks after three of its employees there tested positive for COVID-19.
Harvard University report says leading indicators for remodeling had been on rebound before pandemic but now expect declines through 2021.
The $23-million modernization project saw the complete refurbishment of the company’s original press.