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Prospect Hill Woodworking

Prospect Hill Woodworking

(207) 658-7817

Prospect Hill Woodworking

34 years in business
RR1
PO BOX 301
West Lebanon, ME 04027
BBB File Opened: 12/31/1991
Business Started: 01/01/1983
Business Management
  • Mr. Richard Carle, Owner
Business Category
  • Woodworking
  • NAICS: Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Merchant Wholesalers

Alternate Business Names
  • Carle Skis
Number of Employees: 
1

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Overview

Prospect Hill Woodworking, also doing business as Carle Skis is a one man woodworking shop performing custom woodworking. The firm makes mostly traditional country style furniture and cross-country skis which are marketed as Maine Pathfinder Skis . The business was established in 1983 in Maine. Mr. Richard Carle is owner of the business and the person to whom any question or problem may be directed. All products are guaranteed for satisfaction upon delivery and for one year from date of purchase.

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Prospect Hill Woodworking

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Prospect Hill Woodworking

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