Shasta Wood Products

We specialize in custom cabinets, trim, counter tops, butcher block tops, modular cabinetry, commercial casework in Redding, Anderson, Chico and surrounding areas

Services / Products

At Shasta Wood Products, Inc. we use the finest quality wood products and hardware to create beautiful, long-lasting cabinetry & wood designs. Some of the cabinetry styles we offer are Old World, French Country, Rustic, Distressed, Glazed, Contemporary and Shaker.

We use every type of wood available to make your cabinets beautiful & stylish. Some of our woods include: Maple, Cherry, Oak, Alder, Hickory and Exotic woods.

Modular Cabinets are also available which we supply & install. A few of our suppliers are Timberlake Cabinetry and Mid Continent Cabinetry.

At Shasta Wood Products, Inc. we also provide & install laminate and solid surface countertops for your home or business. Some types of quality laminate we use include: Wilsonart, Pionite, Formica and Nevamar, along with solid surface brands; Corian, Ceasarstone Quartz Surface, Cambria, Zodiac Quartz Stone, Wilsonart (solid surface), and LivingStone.

We like to use quality hardware, such as Amerock, Tob Knobs, Avante and Jamison Collection.

Many of our customers are pleased to find that Butcher Block countertops are still available!  We have years of experience in creating the perfect butcher block countertop or island

Butcher Block


Butcher Block has been used for years and years because of its beauty and durability.  Butcher block counter tops enhance the look of your kitchen with the unique and desirable color variations in the different wood types.

Hardwoods are used for butcher block countertops, especially Maple and Red Oak.  Cherry wood butcher block and walnut butcher block are also good choices with their dark rich colors.

Chefs and Bakers love using butcher block counters because of the control they give when using knives.  You’ll notice this control and full clean cuts of food you are making.  With the smooth surface of the cutting board, the added benefit is less wear and tear on the blades of your knife.  Rolling and kneading dough on a butcher block counter top is so much nicer than bringing out a cutting board.

One of the decisions you’ll want to think about is what type of hardwood butcher block you would like your counter tops to be made of.  The hardwood choice will determine the color, so it’s important to pick a hardwood that will compliment your home’s color scheme.  We have had years of experience in working with butcher block and other cabinetry and can help assist you in making the choice that will best suit your home.