What became known as McDonald Cabinetry, started in a small warehouse off of Maple Street in Hendersonville, TN. Jack and Jeremiah McDonald began services many of the local contractors as many prominent subdivisions in Middle Tennessee grew. At the time traditional cabinetry was the trend and the focus of McDonald Cabinetry until 2007.
After steady growth, McDonald Cabinetry moved from Maple Street to a larger facility off of Lavergne Circle in Hendersonville. In 2007, McDonald Cabinetry took part in the Parade of Homes located in the Hunt Club in Gallatin, TN. Together, Second Generation Construction and McDonald Cabinetry went on the win the most awards in the Parade of Homes including Best Kitchen, Best Master Bath, Best in Show, Best Overall just to name a few. After gaining notoriety for the ability to create award winning designs and cabinetry, the word spread quickly of the abilities of McDonald Cabinetry. In the midst of growth McDonald Cabinetry would experience an unthinkable setback as their facility at Lavergne Circle experienced a fire that would leave the building as a complete loss. With many jobs on the books, they quickly setup shop and re-built at their current location off Avondale Rd. in Hendersonville. The re-build would take place just as the market collapsed in 2008. The fire nor the market collapse would keep McDonald Cabinetry from producing more award winning cabinetry and servicing the customers they have grown to love. Today, McDonald Cabinetry is still servicing Middle Tennessee and beyond with valued team members, a drive for excellence, and building relationships throughout the industry.
Jack McDonald is married to Phyllis McDonald and is a father of two and a proud grandfather of ten. Jack loves spending his down time on his property working and driving his tractor.
Jeremiah McDonald is married to Adrienne and they have three sons Jacob, Jackson, and Jaren. He spends is time away from work typically coaching or running North Nashville Hoops.