Hankins & Associates is in the hamlet of Furlong, just outside of Doylestown in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania. For over 25-years, we’ve been providing professional and expert kitchen and bath design solutions for projects of varying scope for residential homes in our area and beyond. In addition to well-conceived design, we provide quality cabinetry of varying price points, to include our very own Bretonwoode cabinetry, along with project consultation and installation for both homeowners and custom builders.
Our clients tell us time and time again just how important their kitchen is for their family. We truly believe that the kitchen IS the ‘Heart of the Home’. In our own lives, the kitchen is where our day begins and pretty much ends.
While we are well-known for inspired design and quality craftsmanship in our immediate area, our work can be seen beyond; as far north as the Canadian Maritime, as far south as the Florida Keys and as far west as the San Francisco Bay Area of California.
We are confident we can help you create a custom kitchen or bath that will meet your needs, exceed your expectations, all while staying within the determined budget.
Contact us to request additional information on a new custom kitchen design, custom cabinetry, or custom bath design. (215) 794-5930
Typical Job Costs:USD 10,000 - USD 100,000Kitchen Design Fees start at $750.00. Kitchen cabinetry range between $10,000.00 to $60,000.00, with overall project costs ranging between $15,000.00 to $100,000.00.
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Commented: How practical is cork flooring in a kitchenCork is a great flooring option for the kitchen (and other rooms of the home) offering wonderful durability. Years later, we've had cork floors screened (much like you do to hardwood) then re-urethane...
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Commented: Can't find the right size range insertAngelica,
9 years you say? Clearly a patient person. 11" deep is quite shallow for a blower insert. I would have directed you to www.prolinerangehoods.com, but don't believe they have anything...