By: Sheryl Sowell | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: April 2011
Bill Jack, owner of Brunson Cabinet Company, stands next to a wide belt sander in his shop.
The weather is warming up, and for many homeowners, now is the time to spring into home remodeling projects. If you’re looking to replace cabinetry in your kitchen or bath, give Bill Jack a call before you buy from a big box store and do the project yourself.
Bill’s company, Brunson Cabinet Company in Oologah, offers affordable custom cabinets and stands apart from the competition for several reasons. “We are unique because we build everything onsite in our own shop. This allows customers to purchase custom cabinets and doors for around the same price as if they were to purchase pre-manufactured from a big box store. With us, you’re dealing directly with the manufacturer, so there are no markups or sales commissions,” Bill explains. “Everything we build is custom and an exact fit for the allotted space in our clients’ kitchens or baths. Our products will fit perfectly in the space for which they were designed, eliminating any need for filler type boards.”
Bill Jack has more than 25 years experience in the cabinet industry, serving as a national sales manager and a plant manager for other businesses, and for the past decade as owner of Brunson Cabinet Company, a local business that began in 1956. Specializing in complete kitchen and bath remodels, Bill and his team will tear out existing cabinet fixtures, remove or construct new walls, build cooking and serving cabinetry and islands, and provide all electrical and plumbing services needed for the project.
Brunson Cabinet Company emphasizes quality – no particleboard – and carries a large variety of gorgeous woods to choose from, including oak, maple, hickory, alder, knotty alder, ash and cherry. In addition to traditional looks, they offer laminated and Euro-style laminated cabinets, as well as a wide selection of cabinet hardware to complement your newly remodeled kitchen or bath. They also install ceramic tile and wood flooring, and because the perfect remodel includes beautiful countertops, they have a huge selection of solid surface, granite, laminated, acrylic marble and more. All materials can be used in either the kitchen or bathroom as countertops and backsplashes. An appointment in the Oologah showroom, located at 715 S. Maple, northwest of Phillips Truck Stop at the stop light, allows customers to view a large variety of samples.
According to Bill, Brunson is a very service-oriented company and always focuses on clients’ satisfaction. In fact, he has happy customers from across Oklahoma and surrounding states including Texas, Georgia, Missouri, Colorado and Arkansas. “If we tell you we will be somewhere, we will be there and will be on time. Unless there is a blizzard or some other emergency, we strive to always meet our schedules,” says Bill. “If there are ever any problems after a job is completed, we follow up to make sure the customer is pleased. Maybe not every one of our customers has been satisfied, but I would say at least 99.5 percent have been!”
Brunson Cabinet Company gives everyone a free estimate. “We will be glad to come to your home and provide a free estimate for your kitchen and bath needs,” says Bill. “This also eliminates the stress of having to do the measurements and calculations yourself.” Financing is available with approved credit. Call Mr. Bill Jack today at (918) 527-8112.
Sheryl Sowell was born and raised in Tulsa, OK. She graduated from Will Rogers High School and received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Northeastern State University in 2007. She has worked for Value News as editor, writer and advertising copywriter since 2008. She enjoys meeting and interviewing people for Value News articles, learning about their backgrounds, and helping to promote their businesses and local events. In her free time, she enjoys reading, trying new recipes and crafts from Pinterest, attending concerts and sporting events, and spending time with family and friends. Sheryl lives in Tulsa with her fiancé Paul, their daughter Scarlett, and their two dogs, Gunner and Boo.