All About Crowe's

Where We Came From, Where We’re Headed

It all started in 1978 in the Crowe family’s enclosed porch, with an old table saw, a few other tools, and Paul Crowe’s determination to make a go of it.

More than 40 years later, under a second generation of family leadership, Crowe’s Cabinets has established itself as a regional leader in quality custom cabinetry and casework for residential and commercial projects of every size.

  • The Beginning: 1978

    Crowe’s Cabinets founded on the front porch of the Crowe home with a table saw, radial arm saw, a few other tools, and sheer determination. Paul’s wife, Robbie, takes on bookkeeping duties. Together, as they grow their family, they also grow a business dedicated to quality, creativity, and timely delivery.


  • First Employee, New Building

    A 1,500 square-foot pole barn built in the Crowes’ back yard becomes the first dedicated facility for Crowe’s Cabinets. The first employee is hired.

  • Going Commercial

    After a decade of working solely on residential jobs, Crowe’s Cabinets lands its first commercial contracts.

  • New Equipment, More Space

    Moving into the commercial market meant more space and better equipment became necessary. The pole barn was doubled in size and additional equipment, including an edgebander and sliding table saw are purchased. Within two years Crowe’s Cabinets moves out of the residential market and focused almost exclusively on commercial projects.

  • Further Expansion, More Equipment

    The first CNC router, a larger edgebander, and other more advanced machinery is acquired and the pole barn is doubled in size once again, bringing the total space to more than 6,000 square feet.

  • Tim Crowe Starts Pushing a Broom

    Nine year-old Tim Crowe, the third of Paul and Robbie Crowe’s six children, begins sweeping floors after school at Crowe’s Cabinets. All six Crowe children will work with and for Crowe’s Cabinets in various capacities over the years. Tim will eventually come to work full-time in manufacturing, then in management positions, eventually taking on more and more responsibility.

  • Automation Introduced

    Automated production software is integrated into the manufacturing process; design-to-delivery capabilities are added.

  • Second Site Opened

    Due to increased need for space for light manufacturing and warehousing, a second facility is opened in nearby New Bedford, Pennsylvania.

  • Further Equipment Upgrades & Additions

    Additional machining and quality control manufacturing equipment is added to the main plant.

  • Return to Residential

    Begins to work again with residential builders, remodelers, and contractors, helping them to implement creative cabinet and countertop solutions through our Residential Design Specialist.

  • Entirely New Facility

    After 32 years on the Crowe family property, Crowe’s Cabinets moves to an entirely new facility in an industrial park. The new plant is more than twice the size of the previous available space, and enables the upgrade of old equipment as well as the purchase of new, long-needed manufacturing machinery.

  • Passing of the Torch

    Tim Crowe becomes president and his wife Diane Crowe becomes comptroller, and they become principal owners of Crowe’s Cabinets, Inc., taking over from Paul and Robbie after 40 years of hard work and dedication.

Our Team

Our whole team stands ready and eager to make your dreams a reality.
Tim Crowe


I started working in the business when I was 9…

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Diane Crowe


I am proud that we consistently get the job done…

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Rob Rivello

General Manager

I have been with Crowe’s Cabinets since 2012. I believe…

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Paul Crowe was always building things.

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Mark Beverly

After eight years at Crowe’s Cabinets, I continue to be…

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