Showroom and Manufacturing Facility
Manchester, NH USA


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Showroom

Our 5,000 square foot showroom showcases up-to-date displays of the latest kitchen and bath cabinetry in multiple hardwoods, styles, and finishes. Our bathroom vanities are displayed and available in any wood, height width and depth to maximize the use and beauty of any space.


We offer and display a large selection of:

  • under and in-cabinet lighting
  • door styles
  • finishes - stains, paints, glazes
  • countertop options
  • granites, Cambria and solid surfaces
  • cabinet inserts
  • drawer glide systems
  • plumbing fixtures
  • appliances
  • door glass inserts
  • tiles
  • decorative hardware
  • hardwood flooring



Manufacturing Facility

Our state-of-the-art manufacturing facility features the latest in cabinet and furniture crafting equipment, including a CNC machine, computerized table saws, beadboard machine, Timesaver® sander, dovetailer, and a myriad of finishing and shipping equipment.


Our production staff are experienced craftpersons, dedicated to your project, who take pride in both the finished product and every step along the way.


Cedar Crest's cabinets are built-to-order at our facility and not pulled from pre-made, shelved inventory. Some of our standard features include 5/8” dovetailed box drawers, full extension soft-close glides, and adjustable, concealed soft-close hinges.


Our facility offers a large inventory of solid hardwoods and the highest quality of formaldehyde-free hard veneer plywood, made in America. Absolutely no particle board or soft woods are used in any of our manufactured products.


Because we control the manufacturing process, we can offer cabinets to fit any budget. Our finishing processes are done in-house using a durable pre-catalyzed lacquer system. We offer a large selection of standard, stocked stains, paints, and glazes; in addition, we offer custom colors to match your specific requirements. Standard wood selections included birch, cherry, maple, oak, and hickory; more exotic woods are available upon request.