Thank you for your interest in Amity Woodworking. Through dedication to our customers and our commitment to quality, we feel that we can offer you the best custom woodworking available.
Please take a moment to browse through our site to learn more about our company and the kind of custom work that we can provide you. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to use our contact form, or call our office.
Our goal is to create satisfied customers out of each and every project. Our success is a result of interpreting your visions. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
In 1980, Steven Eckelkamp founded Amity Woodworking, a custom woodworking shop in Worcester, Ma, specializing in furniture, cabinets, vanities, and countertops for homes and businesses.
While most of Amity's products are custom made at the facility in North Brookfield, Amity also sells lines of cabinets from vendors such as JSI. These vendors offer Amity's clientele a range in quality and price.
All vendor cabinets are also custom built for your home. From major apartment complexes to multi-million dollar homes in some of Worcester County's most affluent areas, Amity Woodworking's customers are everywhere.
In addition, Amity has also done work for well-known local businesses such as Boston Billiards, The Worcester Art Museum, The Worcester YMCA, Fleet Electric, as well as pharmaceutical compounding labs such as Acton Pharmacy, Johnson’s Compounding & Wellness, and Bird’s Hill Pharmacy.
20/20 Kitchen Design
Amity Woodworking uses the industries best kitchen design software, 20/20. This allows for the creation of customized, electronic, and editable kitchen layouts. With this, the customer is able to preview different ideas before making a final decision.
Amity is proud to offer specialty 'In Home Service' for quotes, advice and 20/20 presentations. Contact us to request a quote, or schedule an 'In Home Service' visit.
New England's Dynamy Program
Teaching others his trade, Steve is a volunteer internship sponsor for young and aspiring woodworkers in the region. In 2003, he was awarded 'Sponsor of the Year' by New England's Dynamy Program.