Ted Goodnow didn’t set out to create a world-class, multi-million dollar home construction company. He just wanted to do something he loved.

With a passion for working with his hands, Ted convinced his parents to use the money they had saved for his college education to help him start a woodworking business.

After a two-year apprenticeship, he opened a small cabinet and furniture-making shop that was quickly recognized for its meticulous attention to detail and tireless pursuit of exceptional.

There have been many milestones in the last four decades. The number of employees has grown from one to one hundred. The company has moved from a small room in Worcester to a state-of-the-art facility in Holden, Massachusetts. Offices have opened in Boston, New York, Nantucket, and Stowe, Vermont.

But despite the world renown that Woodmeister has achieved, one thing hasn’t changed. And never will. The unparalleled commitment to craftsmanship.