History Of Wolter’s Custom Cabinets

In the early 1970’s, Richard Wolter spent his days in the local factory, his evenings and weekends in his basement, building cabinetry for family and friends. It wasn’t long before he realized he had more interest in his cabinets than a part-time job could fulfill. In 1984, he started Wolter’s Custom Cabinets as a full-time business.

Quickly outgrowing his basement, Rich built a small finishing shop behind his home. Before long, it too, did not provide enough room for his growing business. With great anticipation, ground was broken for a full-scale cabinet shop to be built. As his kids slept above the midnight hammering, the new shop would provide him the opportunity to separate his business and home. Large shed, concrete flooring—the kids had a great new roller-skating rink. After kicking the kids out, he now had space for cabinet building from raw wood to finished product.

In 2011, Wolter’s Custom Cabinets officially entered into its second generation of ownership when Rich’s son Glenn joined the team to continue what his father started. Relocating the shop to the latest addition provides Glenn the opportunity to create a more efficient flow of production, detailed with latest technology.

Glenn is fully engaged in the entire process of new cabinetry. From the home show floor to your dining room table, Glenn is involved in the designing, measuring, building, and installation of every job. He is happy to meet to discuss your cabinetry needs without any commitment or obligation. Wolter’s Custom Cabinets builds kitchens, baths, bars, entertainment and fireplace mantles in a variety of woods and stains. With the same craftsmanship and integrity, Glenn has brought the business that Rich established into 1984 to the 21st century.

A family standing in a kitchen.