Seacoast Cabinet Rowley has been built on a foundation of integrity and pride. Our showroom opened in June of 2019 and quickly earned a reputation for superior service and quality craftmanship. The best things are built through hard work, determination, and grit. It is through a grateful and humble heart that these accomplishments are realized.
Our team is like family. We support each other every day and we celebrate milestones and successes, both personally and professionally. Together, we’ve created a positive and productive culture that fuels our business. It is through these same guiding principles that we build strong and lasting relationships with our customers, our industry peers, and our community.
To see where it began and where we’re at now makes me so proud and appreciative of my team. We work hard together every day. Seeing my team succeed is more important to me than any monetary value the business brings. – Frank LeBlanc, Manager, Seacoast Cabinet of Rowley
American Pride Woodworking
Co-Owner Frank LeBlanc started American Pride Woodworking in 2012 after 12 years in the furniture industry. It grew quickly into a 4500sqft woodshop where they designed, built, and restored cabinetry and furniture while operating a nonprofit woodworking program for at risk youth. The business employed multiple tradesmen and women, all with minimal experience, trained by Frank personally. When the building housing the woodshop was sold unexpectedly and with commercial spaces scarce, the business model had to shift – quickly. It was then a new trailer and jobsite tools were purchased, and they began a new direction in kitchen remodeling. Having built relationships with designers, contractors, cabinet manufacturers and builders, the business again exceled quickly in its new direction. A direction of which introduced the opportunity to open Seacoast Cabinet in Rowley.
American Pride Woodworking continues to thrive and supports kitchen and bath remodels and cabinet installations for Seacoast Cabinet Rowley and our affiliates.
Community Alliance for Teen Safety
This wonderful nonprofit is near and dear to Seacoast Cabinet Rowley’s heart. Co-owner, Frank LeBlanc, serves on the Board of Directors, and leads the Board as their President. CATS promotes safe habits for all youth by increasing awareness of high-risk behaviors, encouraging healthy choices, and fostering community alliances. In support of the organization’s mission, Frank runs a service-based program that introduces teens to the woodworking trade. Through the program, Frank and his mentees craft Growth Rings. Growth Rings are small, connected wooden rings that are decorated or stained and then tied together with paracord. Completed Growth Rings are then distributed as an act of random kindness.