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  • David J. Murphy & Sons was extremely professional in every way. Communication was quick and responsive. The designs were creative, functional and flexible. The workmanship was stellar. Installation was efficient and accommodating. They are experienced cabinet makers who obviously take pride in great customer service and quality work. I was particularly impressed by how they matched the look of our bedroom furniture. I wholeheartedly recommend them for any type of custom cabinetry. And they are a small family business!
    - Patricia D.
  • They could have installed the cabinets properly and responded when we told them that one of the doors was not closing. We were supposed to have soft closed doors yet we have some of our doors that are not soft closed and they have not responded to our requests for that. The problem is still not resolved. I would tell a friend not to use them.
    - Pauline L.
  • The Kitchen Center transformed a very ugly master bathroom into a beautiful and much more functional one. Brian Forestal, our project manager and Jasmin Lee, our designer worked with us to design our bathroom. After discussing what we wanted in our new bathroom, they provided us with 3 potential designs to choose from. Brian oversaw all of the work and managed all of the contractors, so we only had to interact with him, and he was very responsive to our needs. Jasmin helped us to select cabinets, flooring, countertops, ect. The contractors did a great job and everyone was very courteous and professional. Prior to starting the reconstruction they set up plastic barriers throughout the house to keep the dust from spreading through the house. The work proceeded smoothly and Brian communicated with us frequently to ensure we were happy with the work being done. The quality of the work was excellent.

    We are very happy with our new bathroom and grateful to Brian and Jasmin for helping us to design it.


    - Kate D.
  • Hagit was very welcoming and professional when we visited the design center and throughout the life of our project.  She listened very carefully to what we had in mind and helped clarify both for us and for her and her team those aspects of design and construction we were not previously aware of.  She offered suggestions that met criteria we indicated and appropriately offered alternatives that we might consider.  She was able to help us visualize our kitchen through careful drawings and more spontaneous sketches she could produce as we talked.  She made the challenges presented by so many choices easier by discouraging some products and materials based on her many years of experience with vendors and customers.  Hagit was mindful of the costs associated with various options and always assured us of the greatest value for our investment.  She had very professional and efficient interactions with our contractor and other vendors with the project.   

    Last minute details and unforeseen issues were handled promptly and effectively.  Throughout the process she was very supportive of us and the decisions we needed to make so when the project was finished it felt like we had accomplished the renovation ourselves.  We certainly would not have had the high quality results that we are now enjoying without Hagit and the staff of the Kitchen Center of Framingham.  We would recommend them highly and without reservation.
    - Mattie S.
  • Cabinet Cures was a pleasure to work with. Design services were very helpful and response to minor change orders and follow-up punch list items has been excellent.  The entire staff is very accommodating and the finished product looks great.
    - David S.
  • Ryan showed up to wash the deck as scheduled. He also replaced the stair tread. He let me know that he would return to stain the deck as soon as there were two consecutive dry days scheduled, which he did. The deck looked brand new when he wash finished!
    He was also kind enough to remove all of the deck furniture so I would not have to do it myself.
    - Lori L.
  • Todd and his crew have done a great job on all that I have asked them to do. His quotes are accurate, and his work is timely. The crew always cleans up after they complete their work. I trust them to work in my home while I am out. I would recommend them, and plan to bring them back for future remodeling work on my kitchen.
    - Suzanne L.
  • Ashland Cabinets was recommended to us by a potential contractor to put some custom cabinets in our home.  We called to make an appointment and were told Matt would have to come out to measure.  We made an appointment two weeks out since Saturdays were not available.  On the day of the appointment there was no confirmation so we called in the morning to make sure Matt was still coming.  The person that answered the phone was not very friendly and said "I assume so".  After waiting for over an hour for Matt to arrive to the appointment it was clear he was not going to show up.  We called as a courtesy to let the office know we were leaving and to not bother to have Matt show up if he was going to.  Matt answered the phone and was very apologetic but did not try to accommodate us to make up for not even coming to an appointed that we had confirmed that morning. If I can't rely on the sales person to show up how could I possibly rely on this company to do any work in my house.  I can't comment on their work but based on my up front experience here I would not recommend them.
    - Scott R.
  • Dedham Cabinet Shop clearly said what they would do and did it when they said they would and they did it exceedingly well at a reasonable price. For a more detailed description of how we found Dedham Cabinet Shop and our kitchen remodel experiences, you may want to read the following. We discussed for months how we could best remodel our kitchen at a price we could afford. This included talking with a number of companies which provided estimates and designs to make the space more efficient and useful. At one point, we considered purchasing Ikea cabinets and used their software to plan our kitchen. Although the Ikea cabinets were attractive, we would have lost significant space because they offer a limited number of cabinet heights and widths. Also, we didn’t like the idea of base cabinets made of particle board or the use of what appeared to be simulated instead of real wood. One day on the way back from a shopping trip to COSTCO in Dedham, MA, we noticed a sign for Dedham Cabinet Shop and decided to visit. When we entered, we stepped into a woodworking shop making custom wood cabinets, then were directed upstairs to the showroom where we met with Al Priore, the owner of the company. He explained that Dedham Cabinet Shop was founded by his father in 1945. His son, Christian, who is also a cabinetmaker, now takes a major role in operating the shop and will become the new owner when his father retires. From our first contact with Al he was direct, encouraging and extraordinarily knowledgeable about everything involved in remodeling kitchens. He and his son know the business from the ground up and that expertise was very important. Al provided us with a computer-generated printout of the kitchen configuration he recommended and it was exactly what we wanted. The custom-made boxes to which the solid cherry cabinet doors were attached were to be made of high-quality birch plywood. The kitchen would include custom-made corner “lazy-susan” type cabinets which would assure we got the most use out of our limited space. In addition, we were told that Dedham Cabinet Shop would provide subcontractors for the countertop, flooring, electrical and plumbing upgrades required to meet local codes. This all sounded good to us, but we were concerned what this would cost. We were very happy with the price he quoted us and we signed the contract that day. We were unable to install the kitchen until August of 2010, but Dedham Cabinets went ahead and built the cabinets, storing them in their workshop until they could be installed. The kitchen remodel began In mid-August, 2010, and was completed in three weeks. The old kitchen cabinets, tile floor and plumbing hookups were first removed. Then the new solid oak flooring was installed. Following this, the electrical work was completed, which included upgrading the kitchen wiring to meet local codes and installing additional receptacles, switches and five recessed lights. Duct work for venting air from the range to the outside was also carefully installed. The cherry cabinets that were subsequently delivered were of exceptional beauty and craftsmanship. The cabinets were installed with close attention to detail by two employees who encouraged us to point out any minor adjustments that needed to be made. Having thoroughly reviewed the virtues of quartz vs. granite and visited several showrooms to look at various slabs of granite and quartz samples, we decided to go with quartz because of its durability, beauty and the colors that we thought would look good with the cherry cabinets; also, we were looking for a surface that was not too shiny and which didn’t require yearly re-surfacing. After measuring the space for the countertop and sink using computer/laser technology, these were installed by the subcontractors. The appliances were then placed, including microwave, refrigerator, range and dishwasher, and plumbing hook-ups were completed. Finally, the flooring subcontractor returned and sanded and finished the floor with three coats of oil-based polyurethane (we used oil-based since friends of our had used water-based but had to have it replaced because water spots occurred whenever water was dripped on it). One of the things we learned in this kitchen renovation is the importance of finding a company that can deal with unexpected surprises. One surprise was that at some point during the previous life of the kitchen, tile had been glued to the wall to create a backsplash, then removed--resulting in significantly damaged wallboard. We had to make a quick decision to remove a large sheet of wallboard and replace it OR to install a thin sheet of laminate over the damaged areas. We ultimately chose the latter to avoid having to bring the project to a halt to install new wallboard. However, we then had the problem of deciding how to cover the edge of the laminate where it would be exposed on one wall. Al thought about this overnight and came back with a solution: He would craft a custom-made piece of cherry trim that would cover the edge. This had to made with great precision and when it was installed it fit perfectly, as did every kitchen cabinet. All of our appliances fit precisely as they were supposed to. Since the kitchen was completed in September, 2010, we have had many opportunities to experience what we like most about it. Here are some of our favorite features: --beautiful solid cherry cabinets that provide both warmth and space; --“lazy-susan” corner cabinets on both top and bottom which greatly increase storage; --an easy-cleaning quartz countertop which coordinates well with the color of the cabinets; --quiet-close doors and drawers; --how efficient the kitchen is to use with only a few steps required to obtain essential items; --we still have plenty of room for our kitchen table! Throughout the renovation process, Al and his employees guided us with patience and good humor and with clear explanations of what would be done and why. This obviously results from many, many years of building and installing kitchens. Al always listened patiently to our many questions and suggestions and acted on these in a timely way. He was uncommonly effective in coordinating the work of subcontractors with the tasks his own employees were performing and being able to trouble-shoot and come up with effective solutions to any problems that occurred. At the completion of the kitchen, we requested town approval of the kitchen remodel. The inspector immediately remarked about the quality of the cabinet work and noted that he knows excellent quality cabinets when he sees them because he was a cabinetmaker himself for 25 years. When we told him Dedham Cabinet Shop had built and installed the cabinets, he said he knew that the company is a family business which has been in existence for many years and does very high quality work. Based on our experience, we highly recommend that you consider them for remodeling your kitchen or bath.
    - Stanley B.
  • Steve was very thorough in making sure that he had marked "where" the studs were in the wall, before hanging up the cabinet. He "measured twice, and cut once" for the remaining piece to mask the "gap."
    - Kurt R.
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