Maybe you’ve been thinking about updating your kitchen or bath for some time. Or maybe you recently decided to renovate. Perhaps you
have a clear vision about your new kitchen or bath. Or perhaps you’d like to explore options and imagine possibilities. Wherever you may be on your
remodeling journey, Browns Kitchen and Bath Center will help you reach your
When you entrust your project to Browns, you’ll have access to a wide variety of the finest lines of cabinets, fixtures, and
accessories available. Based on its crew’s many years of experience, you will also have the professionalism and expertise
that your home deserves. If your project calls for custom carpentry or other
services, you will have that flexibility as well. And you will have reasonable
prices, a quick, yet realistic, timeline, and the assurance of getting your
project done on time and on budget -- a rarity these days.
But mostly, you’ll have Browns on your team as you remake your home. It’s your dream. Let us help you make it come true.
Jeanne and Brian Murphy are the owners and operators of Browns Kitchen and Bath
Center. They will carefully listen to you and work together with you to bring
your project to life. They have been doing that for homeowners on the North
Shore and throughout eastern Massachusetts since 1998 when they purchased the
business from founder Stanley F. Brown.
Brian is a licensed plumber and home improvement contractor. He and his skilled
team will build your project with great care and attention to detail. With her
vast knowledge about kitchens and baths as well as the latest design trends,
Jeanne will help guide you through the remodeling process.
From kitchen and dining room
to great room in Beverly.
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