La Crosse, Wis. - Today WalzCraft, a Wisconsin-based, custom cabinetry components manufacturer, announced the opening of its newly constructed training and education facility and the launch of its comprehensive cabinet refacing training program; the WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academy. The dedicated 1000 s.f. facility houses both a classroom and hands-on training lab. This facility was specifically designed, built, and equipped to teach the craft of cabinet refacing at beginner and advanced levels.
“We believe the ‘WalzCraft Cabinet Refacing Academy’ is the first of its kind in North America,” says company president Dick Walz. “The Academy was created in response to what we saw as a growing need in the residential remodeling market for a comprehensive and systematic approach to training technicians in the craft of fine cabinet refacing. Our goal is to provide complete, best-in-class training, integrated with the finest refacing material system available.”
The company offers a comprehensive 3½ day program conducted by its fulltime, experienced cabinet refacing instructor. In a combination of classroom and hands-on sessions, the in-depth curriculum includes an overview of the refacing market, introduction to the differing types refacing materials, four (4) distinct refacing methods, and installation techniques and tools. The company also provides on-going technical support for its graduates.
Since its founding in 1982, WalzCraft has been a supplier to the cabinet refacing industry and custom cabinetmakers throughout the United States and Canada. WalzCraft manufactures custom wood cabinet doors, drawer fronts, dovetail drawer boxes, cabinet components and millwork. Over the years, the company has built a reputation for producing the highest quality products at competitive prices, with a short delivery cycles, while offering a vast array of options from its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located at 2600 Hemstock Street in La Crosse, WI.
For more information please visit: www.refacingtraining.com
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