New England Kitchens
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We are a small Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry Dealer, locally owned and operated under the same name and owner for 25 years.
We deal direct with 3 factories giving us total control and familiarity. These factories produce only Allwood cabinetry, no particle board.
Designs will be produced from either plans emailed to us or from a site measure free of charge. We pride ourselves in having a 48 hour turn around with both a budget and design. Our specialty is space planning and interior traffic design.
Once a decision is made we will do a pre order measure of your kitchen and bath to ensure accuracy, free of charge.
Cabinetry lead time varies from 1-5 weeks, to our warehouse, depending on factory, style, wood species, and finish.
Countertop Template is scheduled for 1-2 days after installation of cabinetry with stock granite being installed in as little as a week.
We offer a variety of affordable options in cabinetry, countertop, and hardware without the sacrifice of quality or service.

Services Provided
Kitchen and Bath Cabinetry and Countertop Design and Sales

Areas Served
New England
Contact: New England Kitchens
Location: 1400 Washington Ave Unit 2
Portland, ME 04103
Typical Job Costs: $2,500.00 - 25,000.00
Commented: The crown and top of this bookcase seem "off" No, the crown on the top of the book case is upside down.
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Commented: Kitchen nightmares (help!) Change the paint to a more modern color. Maybe a shade of grey. Then do not hang oven mits on the sides of the cabinets (gives it the grandma's kitchen look). Take down the valance on the slider. G...
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Commented: Kitchen lighting - please help! Is this anything like what you are looking for?
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Commented: Should I put an island in my kitchen or not? If you wanted a sittable isalnd you would have a depth of 36" leaving 40" from sink to island and island to pantry, OK. If you wanted just a working island you would have a depth of 26" thus leaving...
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Commented: What adds the most value to a kitchen Add moulding to ceiling. Replace cabinets. Replace countertop and possibly raise seating part of island. Add hardware.
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