For over 25 years South Shore Millwork has been providing world-class custom architectural millwork for some of the most discrete luxury residential and corporate projects across New England and the country. We work with some of the finest architects, designers, and builders in the northeast and throughout the United States on projects including custom doors and windows, fire-rated doors, staircases, cabinetry, molding, and specialty projects that push the limits of what is possible.
Our 80+ person team of craftsmen, engineers, installers, project managers, and administrative personnel are adept at taking your ideas and vision, and turning them into reality. We have some of the most experienced project managers and craftsmen in the industry. Our 80,000 square foot modern, climate controlled facility that has the most state-of-the-art equipment available, and is designed for manufacturing efficiency and sustainability.
While we insist on incredible craftsmanship, we also offer outstanding customer service. South Shore Millwork prides itself on providing personalized account management, never missing a deadline, and offering a lifetime commitment to our customers. Our goal is to bring your vision into reality while keeping you the client engaged, informed, and happy.
Our mission at South Shore Millwork is to be the best of the best, with quality and service being the forefront of everything we do. Along with being the best at what we do we also strive to accomplish what others can’t or won’t do, while doing it faster and better than any of our competitors. We have built a reputation as a company that is willing to build anything architects can dream up while always remembering that nothing goes out the door unless it is perfect. This is something we still strive for to this day and this is what differentiates South Shore Millwork from our competition.
South Shore Millwork was started in 1991 by Jeffrey Burton in Norton MA. The company got its start in a small rented facility where it manufactured doors and frames for commercial projects. As South Shore Millwork grew it hired additional craftsmen and purchased additional equipment, always with a goal of carrying no debt, a philosophy the company has maintained until this day.
By its third year South Shore Millwork had grown by leaps and bounds. The company moved to its current home, a 10,000 Sf facility on 3 acres in Norton MA. At this point South Shore Millwork started to expand its capabilities moving into manufacturing millwork packages for general contractors and designers, while also starting to manufacture cabinets, stairs, and full woodwork packages at a quality and service level that surpassed what was normally seen in the industry at that time.
By 2004 South Shore Millwork had built a loyal customer base and had created a unique niche of manufacturing residential millwork for very high-end residential projects. By the end of 2006 South Shore Millwork expanded its facility again, this time to over 33,000 sq ft and 40+ employees.
In 2012 South Shore Millwork broke ground on our latest addition which was completed in 2016. This new addition brings us to our current 80,000 modern plant which is fully air conditioned and humidity controlled. While constructing our new plant we explored ways to make our building energy efficient, added a wood grinder to recycle our waste into wood burning pellets, increased the insulation properties of the building and installed our own solar farm which produces 100% of our electrical needs.
After 25 years much growth the core philosophy of the company has not changed. We continue manufacturing exceptional products and providing the same exceptional service South Shore Millwork was built upon.
While South Shore Millwork is based in Norton, MA, our projects have a national reach. We have completed projects across the United States and Canada, with projects in California, Texas, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, the Bahamas, Canada, and throughout the New England and Tri-State regions.
South Shore Millwork is proud to be an AWI Certified Quality Woodworker. Learn more at www.awiqcp.org
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