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 It all started with a man and an idea back in 1988. Armed only with knowledge of the products and a pickup truck, Grand Banks began the journey from millwork to kitchen design. 

For nearly 30 years Grand Banks has been serving both builders and homeowners in the greater Boston area. Today, our family has grown and our team of product specialists works with you to provide quality products we stand behind. We service homeowners and contractors alike, for both residential and commercial projects.

If you have any questions please contact us: 


Email: team@grandbanksbp.com
Phone: 978-281-2421
Fax: 978-281-6320
Hours
Monday - Friday 7am - 4pm
Saturday & Sunday - by appointment only

Blog

5 Ways to Master Slanted Ceilings
5 Ways to Master Slanted Ceilings

by Monica Banks May 19, 2016 0 Comments

Slanted ceilings can often make a room feel cramped or small, however that doesn’t need to be the case. With proper design and decoration your slanted ceiling space could be as good as any room with right angles.

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The Story on Lead Paint
The Story on Lead Paint

by Monica Banks May 12, 2016 0 Comments

Everyone hears about the effects of lead poisoning, specifically with everything going on with the water supply in Flint, MI. But what does all of really mean for you?

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The New England Way
The New England Way

by Monica Banks May 05, 2016 0 Comments

There are many factors that can help determine what a home is going to look like, and each area has its own style. Whether it’s a mountain ranch, southern colonial or south western they all make for great architecture and style. Here are 3 traditional New England options.

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Protect Your Deck
Protect Your Deck

by Monica Banks April 28, 2016 0 Comments

It’s the time of year when people start getting anxious, but in the excited kind of way. The days are longer, the sun shine is warmer, and it’s time to go outside. Decks and patios become the staples of our lives. Grilling out or just sitting on the deck having a cold beverage on a warm summer night, who can say no to that sort of thing?

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