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About Spiceland Wood Products  

Spiceland Wood Products, located in the small town of Spiceland, Indiana, began as Stone Quarry Mill, circa 1902. The Mill was powered by a water wheel, and its primary customers were industrial in nature. As the business grew the quaint country setting no longer suited the business and in 1987, the business was moved to its current location on South Pearl Street. The name was changed to Spiceland Wood Products. In the 1980s, the business began serving residential clients as well as industrial clients, branching out into the cabinet business.

Spiceland Wood Products remains a family-held company that values integrity and honesty and exceptional service in all of our dealings. We believe in the free-market system and understand the integral role of satisfied customers and happy employees.

Today Spiceland Wood Products offers services to residential, commercial, and industrial projects. Our talented carpenters, experienced installation crews, and professional sales staff provide the framework for a unique experience by our customers. Whether you are purchasing ten-thousand components for industrial use, a one-of -a-kind heirloom furniture piece, or anything in between, Spiceland Wood Products will meet your needs and exceed your expectations.

 

We currently offer the following services for our residential and commercial customers:

 

  • Brand name & custom cabinetry
  • Custom design service
  • Delivery & installation service
  • All types of countertop surfaces including granite, solid surface & laminate
  • Wood flooring & trim
  • Standard & custom moulding
  • Mantels, entertainment centers & armoires
  • Industrial parts
  • Knife sharpening

 

 

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SWP & TKW

Spiceland Wood Products is not just located in Spiceland, it has a second branch in Carmel, Indiana, under The KitchenWright name. Two locations provide a number of benefits to our customers, including.

 

  • Ability to service a larger geographic area. In addition to New Castle, Muncie, Anderson, and East Central Indiana, our two locations allow us to serve Greater Indianapolis and the surrounding communities.
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  • Broader product lines to meet specific project requirements. Between our two locations, we have access to cabinet lines for any budget, ensuring the ability to provide you with the desired style and finish at a variety of costs.
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  • Our woodworking shop (located in Spiceland) has the capability to manufacture custom cabinets, moldings, and even furniture. The ability to make custom cabinet pieces can be very beneficial in updating unique spaces.
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  • Both locations continue to create award-winning designs, provide expert attention throughout a project, and focus on creating happy, satisfied customers.
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    Rob Davis - Spiceland Wood Products

    Rob Davis - Spiceland Wood Products

     

    Rob Davis - Spiceland Wood Products

     

    Rob Davis is married to Linda, with three children and resides in New Castle, IN on their 160 acre farm. He is a horseman, active in his local church, spectator to all of his kid’s events, and plays amateur sports of all types, especially golf and coaching girls‘ volleyball.

    Rob Davis is a Wisconsin native and a graduate of Purdue University School of Engineering in Materials Engineering. He spent 18 years in the Metal Casting business working for Grede Foundries at four locations in the United States as well as spending time traveling to Asia and Europe on their behalf. His final assignment was as Vice President - Operations of the New Castle, IN facility, a $50MM heavy automotive ductile foundry which he resurrected from being closed.

    In 1999 he joined Frank Miller Lumber Company as Operations Vice President for this large vertically integrated lumber mill specializing in Quartered and Rift lumber serving customers world-wide. After overseeing an expansion and additional facility construction, the opportunity to purchase his own business drew him from FML in 2001.

     

    Currently, he is owner and President of Spiceland Wood Products, Inc., a manufacturing firm supplying the residential and commercial marketplace with customized products.