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We’re Grateful You’re Here

Precision Cabinet Makers exists to provide innovative home renovation solutions for homeowners, builders, and the commercial sector.

We value helping people at all stages of their building journey, to create new spaces within their home or workspace. Whether your home is in need of a kitchen renovation or complete redesign, we’re here for you.

Matthew

Matthew Schoof

Managing Director

Matthew has been with Precision Cabinets for twenty nine years. He started as an apprentice, in November 1991, and progressed through the company to his current position as Managing Director.

His trade experience and formal education (MBA) have provided a combination of practical and technical insight into manage Precision Cabinets. Matthew dedicates much of his personal time to his family and faith, which inspire him to grow the business. He also enjoys biking in his spare time.

John Schoof

John Schoof

Sales Director

John took over Precision Cabinet Makers in 1986 and throughout the highs and lows, their faith has helped them overcome incredible challenges and give back to their community.

Together with his younger brother, Matthew, they have been able to build a successful business – one where they (as a company), can provide their community and builders with cabinets and benchtops.

As Sales Director, John wants to help as many people as possible to create beautiful living spaces. Please contact John to do just that with your kitchen, bathroom, robe, or entertainment area.

Frank Maiolo

Frank Maiolo

Design Sales Consultant

Married with two kids, I am a stalwart West Coast Eagles fan!

I’ve been with Precision Cabinet Makers for 3 years and I’ve worked in the home renovation trade for 42 years. My expertise in cabinet design and manufacturing has proven valuable when dealing with a broad range of private and commercial projects. As a Design Sales Consultant, I can help you with your next project and promise you a great result whether or not you’re a West Coast Eagles supporter..

Brad Van Dongen

Brad Van Dongen

Procurement Manager

Bradley Van Dongen, Procurement and IT Manager, handles all aspects of procurement & inventory management. Brad has been with the company for twenty years across several roles in the company, including installation, drafting, purchasing and production.

In his spare time, Brad enjoys his time with his kids, as well as camping, fishing and wood working. Brad is inspired by his family and finds value in a quote from Winston Churchill, “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty.”

Brad is motivated by maintaining strong relations with our valued suppliers. This focus enables Precision Cabinets to pass that value onto our clients.

Josh Forbes

Josh Forbes

Site Manager

Josh Forbes, Site Manager & Stone Draftsman, looks after all on-site teams, and stone work.

Josh Forbes has been with the company since 2006, starting as a 1st-year apprentice, becoming an on-site installer in 2011and has worked his way up to being site manager through hard work and determination. In his spare time, Josh is a keen gardener/ landscaper, (lawn has to be the best in the street), he also loves spending time with his family.

Josh’s motto is if you set a goal in life, you do everything you can to achieve that. Josh is a firm believer that you do the job once and once only,
ensuring our installs go smoothly and clients remain satisfied. As the last person to sign off a project, Josh feels it is crucial he make the process as smooth as possible for his team and clients, alike.

Brendan Schoof

Brendan Schoof

Production Manager

Brendan Schoof, Production Manager, oversees all aspects of the manufacturing process.

Brendan started off as a n apprentice before moving onto the production floor and eventually getting promoted to the position of manager. In this role, he managers the production line and works with sales to deliver the promise made to the client.

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Vision

To become a Western Australian leader in the furniture industry through innovation, service, and integrity and to be able to make your home, workplace and commercial industry a better place.

Mission Statement

By creative innovation that serves your needs, we are able to offer a full range of services that are associated in the home, workplace and commercial industry. PCM will strive to follow our values, as we work together. We will achieve this change, and in the process create a company that will be admired by our customers, employees and community.

Core Values

PCM core values are to align with our vision and mission statements:

Integrity

Leadership with integrity by creating the expectation to be consistent, trustworthy and honest delivering on your expectations.

Innovative

Consistently looking for opportunities to meet the needs of our customers, while pushing the boundaries through design, software, machinery and hardware.

Teamwork

PCM as a team will evolve together, creating an environment with genuine listening, creative thinking to deliver unity.

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Our Story

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Precision Cabinet Makers is founded in Maddington by an uncle of John and Matthew Schoof. It continues to run as a one-man-band operation for 12 years.

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The company is purchased by John Schoof. It runs out of a shed on Carridine Road, on the back of the former owner’s property.

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Precision Cabinet Makers is relocated to a factory unit on Hendon Way, Kelmscott.

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Matthew Schoof joins the company as a 1st year apprentice. The company also slowly grows to approximately 10 staff and eventually outgrows the Hendan Way location.

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In January, the company relocates to the purpose-built factory on Owen Road, Kelmscott. Over the next few years, the clientbase increases and the company grows to 40 staff. Operation expanded to include four panel saws running 12 hours a day, cutting all the components for cabinet assembly.

Component machining process automated to improve efficiency and accuracy. Cabinet Vision is integrated into the production process, as the primary 3d drawing program. In June, the first flatbed CNC was installed in Western Australia.

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The second flatbed CNC is installed and an adjoining factory is purchased as business continues to grow.

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Machinery is purchased so Precision Cabinet Makers can manufacture stone benchtops, alongside cabinets. A year later, a premises is secured so all three factory units can be combined as one, with new machinery, including a robotic lifting arm to load the CNC and reduce manual handling issues.

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By 2015 the company was officially relocated to Gillam Drive, Kelmscott.

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Precision Cabinet Makers makes key organisational and operational changes to cater to enhanced demand.

1974

Precision Cabinet Makers is founded in Maddington by an uncle of John and Matthew Schoof. It continues to run as a one-man-band operation for 12 years.

1986

The company is purchased by John Schoof. It runs out of a shed on Carridine Road, on the back of the former owner’s property.

1990

Precision Cabinet Makers is relocated to a factory unit on Hendon Way, Kelmscott.

1992

Matthew Schoof joins the company as a 1st year apprentice. The company also slowly grows to approximately 10 staff and eventually outgrows the Hendan Way location.

1998

In January, the company relocates to the purpose-built factory on Owen Road, Kelmscott. Over the next few years, the clientbase increases and the company grows to 40 staff. Operation expanded to include four panel saws running 12 hours a day, cutting all the components for cabinet assembly.

2003

Component machining process automated to improve efficiency and accuracy. Cabinet Vision is integrated into the production process, as the primary 3d drawing program. In June, the first flatbed CNC was installed in Western Australia.

2007

The second flatbed CNC is installed and an adjoining factory is purchased as business continues to grow.

2013

Machinery is purchased so Precision Cabinet Makers can manufacture stone benchtops, alongside cabinets. A year later, a premises is secured so all three factory units can be combined as one, with new machinery, including a robotic lifting arm to load the CNC and reduce manual handling issues.

2015

By 2015 the company was officially relocated to Gillam Drive, Kelmscott.

2020

Precision Cabinet Makers makes key organisational and operational changes to cater to enhanced demand.

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COVID-19 Update:

Business as usual (with a twist)

Like you, we’re monitoring the latest news about COVID-19.

The health and safety of our staff and customers are important to us.

We are choosing to live in faith, not fear, as we watch what is unfolding. The Precision Cabinet Makers team has been briefed on all the relevant information and procedures to follow, taking advice from the Department of Health.

We have strict hygiene procedures and take your health seriously. It’s our duty of care to make sure our team stays healthy and safe, too.

Give us a call; we are happy to implement extra precautions as necessary, and get the work you need to be done.

John & Matt Schoof.

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