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Masco Cabinetry. 2012 Annual Operating Plan November 18, 2011. 2012 Countertops Growth. Countertop Business Model Expansion. 2012 1 st Half. 2012 2 nd Half. 2013 1 st Half. 2011. Wave 1. Wave 2. Relocate vanity tops to Middlefield, Increase Lakewood capacity to

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Masco cabinetry

Masco Cabinetry

2012 Annual Operating Plan

November 18, 2011

Final - Confidential


2012 countertops growth

2012 Countertops Growth

Final - Confidential


Countertop business model expansion

Countertop Business Model Expansion

2012 1st Half

2012 2nd Half

2013 1stHalf

2011

Wave 1

Wave 2

Relocate vanity tops

to Middlefield, Increase

Lakewood capacity to

3,150 per day

Wave 3

Install fabrication capacity

at the Ocala plant

  • $1.3M in capital

  • 16% efficiency and throughput improvement in Lakewood

  • Streamlines top and bottom vanity logistics

  • Lakewood plan targets 3,150 square feet per day max capacity

  • $850K in equipment support for NE TID spoke network

  • 122 Lowe’s stores in 2011, 246 out of Lakewood in 2012

As required, add

capacity in Lakewood

Wave 4

  • $2.5M Ocala equipment capacity

  • $650K TID spoke equipment

  • 2,500 square feet per day

  • 86 Lowe’s store

  • Replace contract fabricators in ProCision model with make –vs.-buy opportunity

  • Co-locate with branch

Build Raleigh

fabrication plant

  • $1.8M in Lakewood equipment capacity

  • Grow Lakewood to 4,350 max sqft/day capacity

  • Upside for Home Depot, Builder/Dealer programs NE

  • $3.0M Raleigh equipment capacity

  • $850K TID spoke equipment

  • 2,500 square feet per day

  • Co-locate with branch

Growth Competitive Advantage Game Changing

Final - Confidential


2012 display and capital expenditures dollars in thousands

2012 – Display and Capital Expenditures (dollars in thousands)

* 2011 based on 9+3 (September) Forecast

  • $2.5M Establish countertop fabrication capability in Ocala

    • Support Lowe’s Kitchen program expansion in Florida $18.7M annualized

  • $1.0M Implement Oracle across the countertop facilities

    • Systems and controls integration

  • $2.5M Increase Lakewood fabrication capacity

    • Support Lowe’s Kitchen program expansion in NE $24.0M annualized

Final - Confidential


2012 aop growth initiative expenditures dollars in thousands

2012 AOP Growth Initiative Expenditures (dollars in thousands)

* * 2011 based on the 8+4 (August) Forecast as required

Final - Confidential


2012 display and capital expenditures dollars in thousands1

2012 – Display and Capital Expenditures (dollars in thousands)

* 2011 based on the 8+4 (August) Forecast as required

  • $2.5M Establish countertop fabrication capability in Ocala

    • Support Lowe’s Kitchen program expansion in Florida $18.7M annualized

  • $1.0M Implement Oracle across the countertop facilities

    • Systems and controls integration

  • $2.5M Increase Lakewood fabrication capacity

    • Support Lowe’s Kitchen program expansion in NE $24.0M annualized

Final - Confidential


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