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Expert Designers + Cutting-Edge Design Software + Beautiful Showrooms + Quality Products = THE KITCHEN OF YOUR DREAMS!

By using our formula for success in creating the perfect kitchen for every home, we have produced hundreds of kitchens over the years, and are proud to showcase our work and our team of designers through our NEW online gallery. We are always adding newly completed kitchens, so bookmark us and check back often. We really do feel that letting our work speak for itself truly is the best way we can help you as you begin the search for the perfect products and design for your new kitchen.

CLICK HERE to view our online gallery of completed kitchens

Here's some of our product information we think might be helpful!

We feature premium quality cabinets and drawer systems to fit any budget from economy to luxury – from our Hancock Custom handcrafted in Maine cabinetry to our semi-custom Plain & Fancy, Medallion®, Yorktowne and Kabinart brands, Hancock’s team of professional kitchen designers will be sure to help you create the perfect reflection of your style and taste. Our countertop selection consists of all colors and finishes including an entire selection of laminate, quartz, granite, marble, and poured concrete. Take advantage of our beautiful showrooms and let our expert staff help you discover the kitchen of your dreams.


Hancock Lumber surfaces come in hundreds of patterns and colors and can be custom cut and installed for limitless design possibilities. Whether your home is a serene retreat for quiet relaxation or a bustling hub of family life, our portfolio of surfaces offers options to fit every style and budget.

Granite is available in a variety of shades - such as blacks, whites, greens, corals and beiges - and no two pieces are exactly the same. Granite is available in two finishes. A polished finish, the most popular, results in a shiny look and often darkens the appearance of the stone, while honed and leather finishes are soft and matte. Costs for granite depend on many variables, including color, finish and origin of the stone. Professional installation is included in the pricing.

Other natural stone materials, like slate and soapstone, are softer than granite and require delicate use and greater care. All stone countertops must be sealed periodically.

Engineered stone countertops come in a wider variety of colors than natural stone countertops, are more durable and are easy to maintain and do not require periodic sealing. Typically these are a quartz material and may be easier recognized by brand names like Cambria, Zodiaq, & Silestone. These products tend to be colored much more uniformly than granite and the product is frequently confused for granite. However, engineered stone won't save any money over granite: the two materials cost roughly the same. Like Granite, these products also include professional installation in their pricing.

Solid surface countertops, most commonly known as Corian, have a lot of appeal. They come in countless colors, are seamless, resist stains and scratches can be buffed out. The sink can even be molded into the countertop for a seamless installation. Costs can vary depending on color, layout, sink & backsplash options. Professional installation is also included in the pricing of this surface.

Wood countertops, like butcher block, come in a variety of woods and can instantly warm up a kitchen. They are easy to clean and any scratches can be sanded out. Water can damage unfinished butcher block quite easily, so unfinished wood countertops must be oiled monthly to seal the surface. High quality wood countertops come with a waterproof finish. Overall, these are a very high maintenance option. This product can be installed by contractors or handy homeowners.

Laminate is the most affordable countertop material on the market and comes in thousands of colors and designs. With high definition printing and textures, many of today's laminates simulate granite so well they can fool even trained eyes. Like wood, laminate pricing can include installation or can be installed by a contractor or a crafty do-it-yourself homeowner.

On The Edge - Square and beveled are the most common edges on countertops, but decorative edges like radius, bull nose, and ogee - while a bit more expensive - are another way to customize a kitchen. Availability of edges varies based on countertop materials.



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From framing lumber to house wrap, roofing to doors and windows, interior millwork to custom kitchens, Hancock Lumber can provide the products and expert staff you need.