Neil Kelly Cabinet Co. has been manufacturing premium custom cabinets since 1966, first as a division of Neil Kelly Design/Build Remodeling and since 2001 as a stand-alone company, based in Portland, Oregon. Neil Kelly Cabinets shares the heritage and quality commitment of its former parent organization, particularly in the areas of responsibility and environmental concerns before and during manufacturing — and, yes, even after installation. In 1998, Neil Kelly introduced their innovative Naturals Collection, featuring no added urea formaldehyde agri-board panels, binders and glues, responsible wood veneers and low VOC glues/adhesives/finishes. We were first in the U.S. market with a full range of environmentally friendly materials and construction techniques. Neil Kelly cabinets meet current national and international air quality standards including proposed 2009 California emission regulations. We were "green" when "green" was just a color.
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