After five years in Vankleek Hill’s Business Park, Cheese End Woodworking is moving back to the cheese factory that gave the business its name. As of June 1, 2018, Cheese End Woodworking will be located at 711 Concession 6, Vankleek Hill, Ontario.
The new location, not far from St- Bernardin, is in the heart of the region’s agricultural heritage. Surrounded by fields of corn, soya and other cereal crops as well as dairy farms — the staff at Cheese End Woodworking will continue making fine furniture, cabinets and built-ins for our customers, both local and regional.
Owner Nick Goursky extends thanks to Christian and Shigi Walz of METEC Metal Technology Inc. who have proved to be the best possible landlords for the last half decade. Their support and the friendly proximity of their talented and helpful staff has helped our business evolve and thrive. It is fascinating to discover how much a woodworking enterprise can learn from metalworkers.
“Now that we are back at the cheese factory, we look forward to welcoming our customers (both current and future) for a shop tour and the opportunity to meet the talented woodworkers who create the fine furniture and other products that come from our workshop,” says Goursky. Contact Cheese End Woodworking at 613-678-0537.
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