Cordle Custom Cabinets & Supply

Business Address: 1766 State St.
Blair, NE 68008
Washington County

Business Contact: Dennis Cordle
Owner
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Veteran Owned Business | Navy, Separated | Member since February 13th, 2011

Cordle Custom Cabinets & Supply is a unique custom woodworking shop located in Blair NE. We have been designing, building, and installing custom cabinets since 1976. We offer a wide range of experience in cabinets, cabinet doors, furniture, entertainment centers, libraries, and custom storage solutions of all types, including repairs to existing projects.

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