3d cadd kitchen drawing moose jawSid Hanover started the business in 1988 working out of his garage. Over the years he had built up a reputation for quality work and service building hundreds of kitchens in Moose Jaw and surrounding area. 29 years later Sid relinquished his ownership to begin his retirement.

As the business grew, Sid added quality employees and state of the art equipment. Jason Cushway joined the company in 2009 and his brother Joe Cushway was added in 2010. After becoming partners the following year, Jason and Joe Cushway have now taken the lead as owners of Hanover Cabinets keeping the name as deserved.

Jason, like Sid, is a red seal journeyman cabinet maker and brings 25 plus years of experience from working in both commercial woodworking and custom cabinetry. His knowledge of kitchen design and installation is shown on each and every project.

Joe has 4 plus years experience in our company with many more as a lead hand and management. He is in charge of production, which involves all the cutting, machining, banding and assemble of the cabinets. He also runs our CNC router, which is our latest and most important piece of equipment.

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Sid Hanover will remain with us as a valuable consultant for the next couple of years.

Mike Charters has 20 years experience in painting and cabinet finishing. He is one of the best in the business, turning out an exception finish in his full sized automotive paint booth.

Heather Pearson started with us in 2011 bringing a vast knowledge of woodworking from her home projects. Heather assembles most of our cabinets using a meticulous eye for detail and quality.

Dylan Leane has been with us for a few years now and has entered his 3 year on the road to becoming a red seal cabinet maker himself through our apprenticeship program. Dylan now works as our lead installer.

Hunter Tunell is our newest employee staying on with us after a high school career learning class. Hunter is a responsible worker assisting with our installs and learning the basics to also follow into apprenticeship.

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