Here’s how we set ourselves apart from other companies…

With O’Hanlon Kitchens, you will get:

  • An experienced designer that will work with you at your pace
  • A 3-dimensional layout that will show you exactly what your kitchen will look like upon completion
  • One company to handle everything from design to completion
  • Excellent products
  • Award winning customer service
  • A remeasure appointment to check for discrepancies before ordering your products
  • A fully coordinated schedule for your project that will detail every aspect
  • Installers that truly care about your project who will update you on a day to day basis, clean up after themselves, have an excellent eye for detail, and are truly seasoned veterans in the kitchen installation trade
  • Our crews install one project at a time
  • We stay on target with timeframes and budget
  • We don’t cut corners or substitute materials
  • Excellent follow-up
  • 2-year Labor Warranty along with selected Product Warranties

“We do it right.  Relax, you’ve come to the right place.”

Important Tip:

How to find a contractor

  • Get referrals from friends, family, and co-workers
  • Home improvement shows
  • Local builder’s associations
  • Online resources

When you find a contractor, make sure you do your research.  Check their online reviews, personal referrals, and their Better Business Bureau score.

Your contractor should provide you with.

  • A copy of their Contractor’s License
  • Certificate of Insurance
  • A warranty for the installation itself
  • A list of current references
  • A detailed quote that lists all that is included and what is not included
  • A contract detailing the project, cost, time schedules, and other expectations

Red Flags

  • Contractor asks for entire payment up front
  • Only accepts cash
  • Doesn’t provide you with a written contract
  • Lists a post office box rather than a physical address
  • Doesn’t provide references


Check, double check, and triple check if you have to.  Make sure that you feel 100% comfortable with the contractor you are interviewing.  When interviewing multiple contractors,  it doesn’t always pay to go with the cheapest.  Go with the one you feel most comfortable with.