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About Woodworker's Supply, Inc.

Woodworker's Supply, Inc. was founded in 1972 by John Wirth, Jr. and Billie Jean Wirth with seven employees in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Our philosophy was, and still is today, to serve professional and discriminating amateur woodworkers in supplying their machinery, tools, and other woodworking needs. We grew very rapidly in the 1980's and were honored by being named to the Inc 500 list of Top 500 Fastest Growing Companies in 1987, 1988 and 1989. Our ownership is still the same and both John and Billie Jean still manage the company. Our 40,000 ft2 Albuquerque facility currently holds our fulfillment operation for the central, southwest, and western states plus our marketing department.

In 1990 we expanded into Casper, Wyoming where we established our new headquarters. In Casper we currently have our fulfillment center for the upper Midwest and northwest states, as well as our product development, manufacturing, and A&H Abrasives division of the company.

We proudly live by a code of conduct conspicuously posted on etched bronze plaques in all our locations. We expect our customers to expect us to live up to this code of conduct.

  • To offer only products that perform their intended function well and represent good value.
  • To accurately represent those products in our literature and catalogs.
  • To provide courteous and prompt processing of customers' orders.
  • To provide competent and honest answers to customers' technical inquiries.
  • To be honest, fair and prompt in processing refunds and exchanges.
  • To be reasonable and fair in dealings with suppliers and vendors and to meet our financial obligations to same in a timely manner.
  • To strive for excellence in our daily endeavors and to take pride in work well done.
  • To maintain positive, polite, congenial and cooperative relationships with fellow employees and to strive to maintain a work atmosphere conducive to high productivity.
  • To maintain and strengthen our personal integrity in all dealings with customers, suppliers, vendors and fellow employees.