In 2010, Hancock Lumber opened its Home Again by Hancock Lumber kitchen, bath, window + door design showroom in South Portland. Five years later, after months of planning and a complete renovation, we are excited to bring our Mid-coast customers this unique experience with our brand new kitchen + bath design showroom at our 158 Church Road Brunswick location.
Employees, customers, vendors and community members gathered on June 18th to celebrate the new space with an open house event, featuring a ribbon cutting ceremony. Store manager, Bobby Morissette, couldn’t thank his team of employees enough for their patience and assistance during the project. He also thanked Wally J. Staples’ crew for bringing the project in on time and budget, and being a great partner during the process.
Inspiration abounds in our new space that features the latest products, trends and solutions for complete kitchen and bath design. In addition to our veteran designer, Steve Pratt, we are excited to announce that long-time Hancock employee, Rachel Hall, will be joining the kitchen + bath design team this fall.
Kevin Hancock commented that he purposefully did not visit the site until after the transformation was complete. The final product totally exceeded his expectations and ‘wow’d’ everyone. After the ribbon cutting open house event, Kevin sent an email to employees with the following note:
I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the new kitchen and bath design center in Brunswick!
Great job, great value…thank you, everyone!
To say the showroom transformation was dramatic is an understatement. We are proud to continue to reinvest in our facilities to improve the customer experience. You can check out a time lapse video of the renovation project under construction on our YouTube channel: http://youtu.be/SXvUyys31vA. Be sure to stop in to our newest Home Again by Hancock Lumber kitchen and bath design center at 158 Church Road, Brunswick to see the new space for yourself!Tags: Hancock Brunswick, Hancock Lumber, Home Again, Home Again by Hancock Lumber, kitchen and bath design center, Kitchen and Bath Design Showroom, kitchen and bath designers, Maine kitchen design, NEW kitchen showroom, Open House, Ribbon Cutting, Showroom transformation
This post was written by Erin Plummer