Preferred woodworks specializes in creating custom cabinets and furniture for homeowners and businesses in the Twin Cities area. Our team is made up of lifelong craftsman that are passionate about building beautiful wood pieces. We offer custom wood projects for homeowners and small businesses as well as design and manufacturing services.
Phil Nesburg-Owner, Craftsman
Phil’s life work is design and building of beautiful wood pieces. He was trained by generations of woodworkers and craftsmen. He built and showed his first table at the Renville County Fair at the age of 12 and has recently exhibited at the Northern Woods Woodworking Exhibition. Phil is also an accomplished product designer, combining function and beauty in all his pieces.
At Left: Phil’s son Sebastian at 2012 Northern Woods Exhibition
“Charnstrom Company has been working with Preferred Woodworks to expand our line of mail sorters and office organizers for over 12 years. We have found the Preferred crew to be very helpful in finding solutions for our customers for their paper storage needs. Preferred Woodworks’ strengths are not only the excellent products that they produce for us, but how helpful they are in the designing of new products.”
“Fabcon has been doing business with Preferred Woodworks for over 20 years. Their quality is unbeatable. Preferred Woodworks’ ability to deliver on time even with no lead time is more than impressive. Their employees are professional and attentive. Fabcon appreciates the hard work, quality and timely deliveries very much. We hope to be in business together for many years to come.”
“Preferred Woodworks continues to serve our cabinetry needs at multiple facility locations. We appreciate their high quality craftsmanship and their quick response time. They are a great source for full cabinet replacements, and are a reliable maintenance and repair partner to our team.”
Dan Brinkman, Augustana Care Senior Housing
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