Since I was looking for a veneer source I persisted... Here is the
McFadden Veneer catalogue link. The PDF is quite good. It actually has
Whoever put up the McFadden web site should be ashamed. The menus are
almost impossible to use - most of them are unusable. Company documents
are freely available etc. All-in-all an embarrassment to the web
Now if only they ditch their web developer and fix things up a bit...
Marc Rhιaume wrote:
And they are just down the street from the HD I usually go to. How
The OP was looking for veneer. If you want Oak/Cherry/Mahogany/Birch
etc, then they look pretty good. A&M in Cambridge has a wider selection
of exotics by the look of it. (I've been to A&M and they have varieties
I'd never heard of.)
I also found their site hard to use, so I sent them some feedback. A
nice lady responded but just said 'sorry, use Internet Explorer and make
I am actually in the market for some Nevamar laminate to replace an
existing piece of Nevamar laminate. They carry it, but their menu
system is so messed up the I can't get to that section of their site.
If you visit their site and find it hard to use, you might also post
Marc.. they are both excellent suppliers. Tim Webber at the Mcfaddens
London office is a great guy to deal with... so is Greg Samson.
Cabinetmart is good also, I kinda miss Bob Joynts humour though...
btw.. how's your brother?
Just another quick follow up. 11 advertisers there
There was a veneer supplier at the Hamilton Wood show - you can still
find the page - checked did not see them.
A & M Wood Specialty Inc.
358 Eagle Street North,
PO Box 3204, Cambridge,
Ontario N3H 4S6
Tel. (519) 653-9322
Ted... worth the quick drive. It is an experience.
They go way 'out there' because they also supply the Neaderthals who
make musical instruments etc...wood turners too, IIRC.
Another one of their websites:
...they actually publish prices, so you will discouver very quickly that
you can drop a bundle there if you so desire. The more mainstream
veneers are a bit more than other places, but the difference in quality
is well worth it. (Over a whole kitchen you might spend an additional
What are you going to do in regards to your doors?
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