Bruce Cabinet Inc.
Bruce Cabinet was established in 1965 with quality and service in mind. Since then we have strived to expand on those goals by including quality Custom and stock cabinetry at affordable prices. There is a full service Wood working shop on premise to serve you better. We are proud to have Numerous citations from professional organizations such as the National Kitchen and Bath Association. In our designs we feel it is important that Customers have an opportunity to see as many choices as possible. The Bottom line is we like to see quality in every aspect of our work. Family Owned since we opened our doors, few companies have been in the business as long as we have.
THE RECORD-MARCH 4.1992
For Bruce Alber, owner of Bruce Cabinet, 350 A Woodbine Avenue in Northport, and quality in every aspect of his cabinet work is his goal. “I have been in business for 27 years, 15 of them in Northport,” said Mr. Alber, “and I find that my customers request and enjoy top quality in the products we sell and the workmanship we do.” Mr. Alber manufactures cabinets for kitchens and baths, does custom furniture work such as library bookcases and entertainment centers, provides cabinet work in boats and yachts and does commercial installations. He also offers ready-made cabinet lines such as Merillat and custom lines like Kountry kraft and also various European style cabinets for kitchens and baths.
“With the flush doors and full frames of the European-style cabinets,” said Mr. Alber, “we open up to the homeowner a unique opportunity for later-day changes in styling. The doors on the cabinets can be styled in a wide variety of designs, allowing a totally different look in kitchen.” Mr. Alber has available for his clients an album of past installations he has done. The photographs in the album also provide him with a historical record of his years in the business.
“Each jobs is individually designed,” said Mr. Alber, “so it is important that customers have an opportunity to see as many choices as possible.” “Clients no longer have time to clean and maintain kitchen cabinets,” Mr. Alber noted, when describing the types of cabinets he installs in the 1990s. “Ease of maintenance is the request I receive most often,” he said, “and that is why Formica cabinets have become so popular.” But he also pointed out that 60 percent of his clients are now selecting wood cabinets. “With the new high-tech European polyester finishes, white painted cabinets and stained ones are coming back into favor.”
At the showroom in Northport, Mr. Alber has several installations of kitchens as well as the vast choice of cabinet styling and finishes and countertop materials. Mr. Alber’s son Bruce works with him, managing the construction jobs at the Northport shop. Both men have numerous citations from professional organizations such as the National Kitchen and Bath Association. “We keep going to school because our firm lives up to professional standards. And it also offers a guarantee to our customers that we will continue to be around for many years,” said Mr. Alber.
The younger Mr. Alber and his family live in Commack, where the youngest Bruce, age 2, is waiting to join his grandfather and father in the cabinet business. Mr. Alber and his wife, Eileen, live in Seaford, where they are redoing an older home. “Minimal maintenance is my motto for this house,” said Mr. Alber
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