Hancock Lumber is thrilled to announce the opening of our newest kitchen design showroom at 403 Roosevelt Trail in Windham! Located off Route 302 at the Windham rotary, the new space is on the same campus as our lumberyard, hardware store, and wall panel shop. Explore our 3,000 square foot showroom, meet with one of our professional designers, and start collaborating on your new space. For now, enjoy this sneak peek virtual tour before you stop in to experience our Windham kitchen design showroom for yourself.
Berta Campbell. Berta holds both a Bachelor and Master of Fine Arts degree and has been a kitchen designer for over 20 years. From speculative houses or small renovations to fine custom residences, Berta brings enthusiasm to every project. In her spare time, Berta enjoys creating mixed media sculptures.
Danielle Cialino. Danielle joins Hancock Lumber’s kitchen design team with nine years of experience in remodeling and renovations, with four of those years as a kitchen and bath designer. She also spent time as a project manager, fully utilizing her degree in Interior Design. The design process can be overwhelming, but Danielle helps makes it fun! By getting to know each client, she makes it easier to help narrow down options to their specific style and choices that will function best in their home.
Jenny Freeman. With 14 years of experience in the construction industry, and seven years as a Kitchen Designer, Jenny offers clients a wealth of experience and knowledge. Whether customers are looking to renovate an income property or create the kitchen of their dreams, Jenny provides the same attention to detail on each project. Additionally, Jenny will help keep customers within their budget and guide them through every step of the decision making process.
Head in to our new Windham showroom to learn more about our Winter Kitchen Sale going on now through the end of March and be entered to win a KitchenAid Mixer valued at $300!Tags: 403 Roosevelt Trail, Berta Campell, cabinetry, countertops, Danielle Cialino, Hancock Lumber, Jenny Freeman, Kitchen design, Kitchen Design Showroom, Kitchen Remodel, Windham
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