Walter Thorn Inc.
Walter Thorn, Inc. has been in business since 1965 servicing only the retail furniture stores as a factory-rep and distribution center. It later expanded services throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Alabama, and Florida with the introduction of "woodcraft of New Orleans, " an all-wood, high-quality product at a very reasonable price. The product has held a reputation of being trouble-free, and able to withstand many years of service.
As a result, it has been requested by many stores throughout the central and eastern U.S. for residential sales, offices, condos, institutions, and government contracts.
Taking another step since Hurricane Katrina, WTI has expanded the Woodcraft line with all-wood cabinets which uses the many years of expertise in building fine, wood furniture at a reasonable price that everyone could afford.
"Cabinets and More" will be a local supplier that will help rebuild a better-quality-of-life for those who have suffered devastation, first-time home owners, condo owners, rental property owners, or those who are just remodeling or upgrading. Get more for less!
With the co-op of other suppliers, other resources such as special-order furniture, flooring, and counter-tops will be available to the building and rebuilding market. Also, available through the complex, much needed warehouse facilities, laborers, and/or just a cross-dock depot to accept factory-direct shipments to persons and entrepreneurs servicing the rebuilding areas.
WTI is still committed to make a difference as it rebuilds.
Member of The Better Business Bureau.
"Based on BBB files, this company has a satisfactory record with the Bureau. The Bureau has processed no customer complaints on this company in its three-year reporting period. To have a 'Satisfactory Record' with the Bureau, a company must be in business for at least 12 months, properly and promptly address matters referred to it by the Bureau, and be free from unusual volume or pattern of complaints and law enforcement action involving its marketplace conduct. In addition, the Bureau must have a clear understanding of the company's business and no concerns about its industry."