America's First Choice in Cabinetry
American Woodmark, Kitchen and Bath cabinet manufacturer, headquartered in Winchester, Virginia. The company operates 9 manufacturing facilities, in Arizona, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia, and 9 builder service centers across the country.
In 1951 Alvin A. Goldhush, a Long Island dentist, made dental cabinets and created the company Formed Laminates, Inc. in Lindenhurst, N.Y. Goldhush eventually gave up dentistry and devoted his time to the company, now named Raygold Corp. Raygold Corp acquired a wood processing plant in Moorefield, W.V. in 1957.
Boise Cascade acquired Raygold and moved the company head office from Long Island to Winchester, Virginia. In the late 1970s, Boise Cascade changed it business focus from wood products to paper products. In 1979 four executives of the cabinetry division (Bill Brandt, Al Graber, Jeff Holcomb, and Don Mathias) initiated a leveraged buyout. They formed American Woodmark Corporation in 1980.
Today the company operates nine manufacturing plants throughout the US and nine service centers who provide direct service to the new home construction market.
American Woodmark produces and distributes high quality faceframe kitchen and bath cabinetry through a variety of channels, including remodel, new construction and specialty dealers. Cabinets are offered in a wide range of colors and materials. They are vertically integrated and source the majority of their hardwood raw materials from the Appalachian region. All cabinets are assembled in the USA in one of four assembly plants throughout the country.