Top 10 Cabinet Makers in Boston, MA

Porch Pro Headshot Building Solutions LLC
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
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Porch Pro Headshot CC Woodcrafters of New England
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
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Over those 10+ years, CP Woodcrafters has expanded from a one man shop in the basement of Charlie's Rehoboth home into a full size shop and showroom located just over the Massachusetts border in nearby Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Not only has the physical size changed, but the offerings has also grown ...Read more about CC Woodcrafters of New England
Over those 10+ years, CP Woodcrafters has expanded from a one man shop in the basement of Charlie's Rehoboth home into a full size shop and showroom located just over the Massachusetts border in nearby Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Not only has the physical size changed, but the offerings has also grown ...Read more about CC Woodcrafters of New England
Porch Pro Headshot Whitewood Millwork
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
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The building industry's leading crafter of products and solutions for custom and challenging exterior millwork projects. Our shop works exclusively on custom millwork projects and everything we make is done using cellular PVC trim. Over the last 10 years we have become a resource for the New England...Read more about Whitewood Millwork
The building industry's leading crafter of products and solutions for custom and challenging exterior millwork projects. Our shop works exclusively on custom millwork projects and everything we make is done using cellular PVC trim. Over the last 10 years we have become a resource for the New England...Read more about Whitewood Millwork
Porch Pro Headshot TLC Finish Carpentry
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
TLC Finish Carpentry is a small custom carpentry business serving the greater Boston area. We focus on Timeless Luxury Craftsmanship in all our projects no matter how big or small. TLC Finish Carpentry works closely with clients to help create and execute each individual design. Our services range f...Read more about TLC Finish Carpentry
TLC Finish Carpentry is a small custom carpentry business serving the greater Boston area. We focus on Timeless Luxury Craftsmanship in all our projects no matter how big or small. TLC Finish Carpentry works closely with clients to help create and execute each individual design. Our services range f...Read more about TLC Finish Carpentry
Porch Pro Headshot Transitions Kitchens & Baths
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Our mission is to exceed our client's expectations in order to achieve the reputation as the best resource available and secure referral and repeat business. Our clients are our clients for life. Our clients are our reason for being.
Our mission is to exceed our client's expectations in order to achieve the reputation as the best resource available and secure referral and repeat business. Our clients are our clients for life. Our clients are our reason for being.
Porch Pro Headshot Creative Wood Designs
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
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Porch Pro Headshot LOWE'S OF WEYMOUTH - Cabinets
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
If you're interested in refreshing your kitchen or simply optimizing your space, contact Lowe's today. A Lowes Independent Contractor will contact you to schedule an in-home measure and project assessment. Once complete, Lowes will provide you with an inclusive quote. Purchase your products and inst...Read more about LOWE'S OF WEYMOUTH - Cabinets
If you're interested in refreshing your kitchen or simply optimizing your space, contact Lowe's today. A Lowes Independent Contractor will contact you to schedule an in-home measure and project assessment. Once complete, Lowes will provide you with an inclusive quote. Purchase your products and inst...Read more about LOWE'S OF WEYMOUTH - Cabinets
Porch Pro Headshot Strokington & Co.
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Strokington & Co. is an owner-operated business offering woodworking design and building services on a fixed-bid or time-and-materials basis (at the rate of $70 per hour). With almost four decades of professional experience, whatever woodworking project you're planning, I've probably done it. Long...Read more about Strokington & Co.
Strokington & Co. is an owner-operated business offering woodworking design and building services on a fixed-bid or time-and-materials basis (at the rate of $70 per hour). With almost four decades of professional experience, whatever woodworking project you're planning, I've probably done it. Long...Read more about Strokington & Co.
Porch Pro Headshot Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers serve the individual, architect, designer and builder to provide exceptional service, design, cabinetry and furniture. We seek work with those who care about their homes and the environment they live within. We believe exceptional work within the home fosters a better ...Read more about Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers
Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers serve the individual, architect, designer and builder to provide exceptional service, design, cabinetry and furniture. We seek work with those who care about their homes and the environment they live within. We believe exceptional work within the home fosters a better ...Read more about Jaeger & Ernst cabinetmakers
Porch Pro Headshot LOWE'S OF WEST BRIDGEWATER - Cabinets
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
If you're interested in refreshing your kitchen or simply optimizing your space, contact Lowe's today. A Lowes Independent Contractor will contact you to schedule an in-home measure and project assessment. Once complete, Lowes will provide you with an inclusive quote. Purchase your products and inst...Read more about LOWE'S OF WEST BRIDGEWATER - Cabinets
If you're interested in refreshing your kitchen or simply optimizing your space, contact Lowe's today. A Lowes Independent Contractor will contact you to schedule an in-home measure and project assessment. Once complete, Lowes will provide you with an inclusive quote. Purchase your products and inst...Read more about LOWE'S OF WEST BRIDGEWATER - Cabinets

Frequently asked questions about cabinet makers

When it comes to choosing kitchen or bathroom cabinets for your home, there are lots of factors to consider. Remember, the selection and investment you make up front will affect your living space for a long time to come. If you choose to purchase stock cabinets, you’ll be limited to standard sizes and materials. Depending on your floor plan, standard-sized cabinets may not make the best use of your space. A cabinet maker can offer complete flexibility so you get the most out of your space. They’ll bring design know-how to the table and will pay attention to details that should add up to a great-looking and efficient use of space. They’ll also be familiar with common sizing restraints, uncommon wood types and finishes, and complicated design elements.

Homeowners may not have the time, tools, and skills to install or make their own cabinets. A cabinet making pro can guide homeowners through the whole process, from conception to installing the finished cabinets. It may just make sense to hire a cabinet maker for your kitchen or bathroom remodeling project so it’s worthwhile option to explore if you have time and money for the investment.

A skilled cabinet maker should be able to offer a realistic estimate for the time it will take to make custom cabinets for your home. Of course, having custom cabinets made will not be as swift as buying stock cabinets, but the results may be well worth the extra investment. True custom cabinetry can take up to 3-4 months to be built and installed. Some companies and cabinet makers offer prefab variations on the custom designs called semi-custom cabinets. Depending on the features you’re looking for, the semi-custom options may be ready a bit sooner and could cost a bit less than bespoke cabinetry.

Adding custom cabinets to a home can optimize a room’s functionality and add to a home’s overall value. The ultimate design flexibility a custom cabinet maker can provide may make the time and money invested well worthwhile. Be sure to work with your cabinet maker up front to set a schedule that works for your needs and budget.

While it might seem less expensive to purchase stock cabinets, going with custom cabinets may save you headaches and add more value to your home down the line. Stock cabinets are sold in standard sizes that might not fit well in odd-shaped or tight kitchens or bathrooms. You may have to spend more on extra labor to adjust the cabinet installation to work with your space. And it could be difficult to find stock cabinets that match or complement your home’s existing design elements.

The initial expense of time and money presented by ordering custom cabinets could pay off handsomely in the long run. Custom cabinets require professional attention to detail, and custom cabinet work requires the attention of more highly skilled contractors, which will come at a higher expense. You’ll likely choose higher quality materials for custom cabinets, which can look better and last longer. Custom cabinets may seem expensive at first, but if you do your homework, you may decide having custom cabinets made is the right choice for you and your home.

When it’s time to hire a cabinet maker for your home improvement project, there are lots of variables to take into consideration. Do your research, and ask around for recommendations from trusted friends and family. Meet with potential cabinet makers, ask to see a portfolio of their work, ask for at least three references, and find out how long they’ve been in business. Find out if the cabinet maker offers a warranty on their services, and if they can provide a 3D model of what the finished product will look like.

When interviewing a potential cabinet maker, ask what makes his or her work stand apart from their competitors. When you’ve selected a cabinet maker you feel meets your needs, be sure to ask for a written bid or estimate. Work closely with them every detail: for example, know what kind of wood will be used, determine paint or stain colors, and look at the hardware and molding for the cabinets (which should all be included in the bid). Hire a cabinet maker who loves what they do, because their enthusiasm and care will be reflected in the quality of the finished product.

While homeowners often take their kitchen cabinets for granted, there are actually a number of details that create a quality finished product. First of all, kitchen cabinets need to fit into the available space for maximum efficiency. There are a number of convenient and modern options that can be added when planning a kitchen cabinet remodeling project. You might want a built-in storage system such as a wine rack, a way to display china, or specialized built-in cabinets. Consider large drawers in base cabinets, which can hold bigger pots and pans than traditional door cabinets. You might want to have pull-out recycle and trash bins installed for convenience. Extension roll-out shelves make it easier to find items stored in cabinets, too.

There are many choices to make when it comes to kitchen cabinets. Kitchen cabinets can be crafted out of many different types of wood, which can be painted or stained to complement your interior design. Hardware such as handles and hinges can have a big impact on the overall look and feel of your kitchen, and there’s an array of hardware to choose from, so consider your options wisely. If you’re confused or overwhelmed about all of your options, consider hiring a kitchen remodeling contractor or designer to lead you through the process of choosing the best kitchen cabinets for you and your home.

It makes sense to hire a pro to refinish your kitchen cabinets based on a number of factors. If you feel you’ll be sticking with your current kitchen layout for a while, and your existing cabinets are basically sound but have been damaged, consider doing refinishing rather than replacement. Hiring a pro to do the job for you will likely cost less than replacement so it’s worth the investment.

Be sure to find a properly licensed, bonded, and insured remodeling contractor to tackle cabinet refinishing. It may be tempting to go with less expensive contractor, but the initial savings could create added expense down the line. Choose a contractor who can offer a portfolio of recent work, and who has positive reviews from other homeowners. Make sure your contractor offers a detailed written estimate for the cost, and will offer written and mutually agreed-upon terms. There are many factors that can add to the expense of refinishing, including fixtures and the level of fine-details in cabinet doors, so make sure those elements are included in the final estimate.

A contractor will take cabinet doors off their hinges to work on the wooden surfaces. Then they’ll sand the doors, and strip and prep them. Because this process can be costly, it’s crucial to determine whether refinishing your kitchen cabinets makes sense for your home. It’s wise to do thorough research ahead of time to ensure your cabinet refinishing project is a success. Consult the free Porch project cost guides to get an idea about how much kitchen cabinet refinishing should cost in your area.

Recent reviews for Boston Cabinet Makers

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Beware. These people are low life money suckers. Will ask you to do a job and expect you to work to perfection and end up ghosting you when project is finished. I have worked with many people in this industry and it’s very sad to see people burn bridges f...

- Eliezer Galicia
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This company should be out of business. They have taken money and not completed the work, never answered clients questions with any transparency. Buyer beware. Dont expect them to be in business long. I wish there was an option for 0 stars.

- kristen rawan

Everything You Need to Know About Boston Cabinet Makers

Can I browse unscreened Cabinet Makers in Boston?

We do our best to screen all of our cabinet makers. However, there are still some cabinet maker professionals in Boston that have not been pre-screened. This means that their licenses may not be up to date to operate in Boston or MA. Always be sure to pre-screen them yourself before hiring. Here are some unscreened professionals offering cabinet making companies:

  • MADEGO'S THE GREAT KITCHEN:
    • Services Offered: Cabinet Makers
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive
  • KOCHMAN REIDT & HAIGH:
    • Services Offered: Cabinet Makers
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive
  • Almeida Woodworkers:
    • Services Offered: Cabinet Makers
    • Active/Verified License: No, current status is inactive

How do I know that I found the right Cabinet Maker in Boston for my cabinet making companies project?

Finding the right cabinet maker for your project can be stressful.... when you don't search with Porch. We've pulled together everything you need to know about Cabinet Making Companies in Boston so you can have some peace of mind before starting your project.

Here’s what you need to know to choose the right cabinet maker in Boston:

  • Are they properly licensed? Boston has 1 licensed Cabinet Makers Pros.
  • Check if they are they BBB rated: 3 are A-rated in Boston.
  • Is the quality worth the price? Make sure to find the cabinet maker that can deliver the quality you're looking for, without going way over your budget. Don't forget that every job is going to be different.
  • Speak with them over the phone: Contact multiple cabinet makers pros to see if you’re on the same page when it comes to your project.

Who are the best Cabinet Makers in Boston?

We've found 50 cabinet maker providers that are available to you in Boston.

Keep in mind that every project has different requirements, and some cabinet maker professionals maybe be more equipped to handle the specifications of your cabinet making companies work than others. Talk to multiple cabinet makers before deciding which one is right for you. You will want to consider how much they charge, if they are properly licensed for cabinet making companies work in Boston, and if your project is a fit. Here are some suggested professionals and companies to get you started:

  • KOCHMAN REIDT & HAIGH
    • Location: Boston
  • Creative Wood Designs
    • Location: Boston
  • Boston Stone & Cabinets
    • Location: Boston

All Cabinet Makers in Boston, MA

Porch Pro Headshot TRI-TOWN WOODWORKING
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Porch Pro Headshot Jeffrey Arlit Carpentry
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Porch Pro Headshot DL Space Cabinetry Inc.
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Porch Pro Headshot Maker Woodworker
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Porch Pro Headshot Granite Countertop Pro
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Granite Counter Top Pro is a countertop company located in Wilmington. They provide custom countertop design, stone countertops, granite countertops and more.
Granite Counter Top Pro is a countertop company located in Wilmington. They provide custom countertop design, stone countertops, granite countertops and more.
Porch Pro Headshot Marcos Custom Woodwork Inc
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts
Porch Pro Headshot Pascoal Cleaning
Cabinet Makers
Serves Boston, Massachusetts

Latest projects near Boston

Recent projects booked on Porch
Chelsea 02150
Cabinet Refacing
Start Date
Within 48 hours
Service type
Reface cabinets
Number of cabinets
1 to 4
Cabinet material
Unsure
Cabinet location
Kitchen
Part of remodel
No