This bright, modern kitchen has ample storage, high functionality, and a sleek design by the Cormack team.


In the words of American designer, architect, and filmmaker Charles Eames, “The details are not the details. They make the design.” At Cormack Construction, we understand that the details are what makes a good design, and a house a home.  If you’re just beginning to think about what you want in your custom home, here are some important things for you to consider:

Custom Kitchen Cabinets & Storage

Everyone knows the kitchen is the heart of the home. Cormack can make yours one that is both stylish and meets all of your functional and storage needs

Are you an avid baker with lots of appliances and tools? Cormack can design an oversized cabinet that keeps all of your equipment neatly organized. Our custom cabinet builders are skilled at creating clever and often unexpected storage solutions in your custom dream kitchen. We can build whatever you need—from unique sliding drawers for your oversized serving ware, to an island cookbook library, to a butler’s pantry for auxiliary storage and party prepping.

This beautiful built-in seating is complete with clever storage and a neat and organized media center.


Closet Design

Let’s face it. We New Englanders have to keep a lot of clothes to properly adapt and dress for our changing seasons. If you’re someone who feels like you never have enough closet space, Cormack can help. We can design a custom closet system that maximizes your space, ensuring that every dress, shirt, blazer, and shoe gets its proper place. Want to include a dressing area with seating? We can build that, too.

Green Building

Homeowners are becoming increasingly concerned about reducing energy costs and protecting the environment. As a Certified Green Professional, Cormack incorporates green and sustainable construction principles into every custom home we build, without driving up your costs. Using a wide range of green products—from solar panels, to energy efficient insulation, to renewable or recycled building materials—we will build you a stylish, comfortable home that is both energy-efficient and eco-friendly.

Aging in Place & Universal Design

Many home buyers are building houses they can enjoy through their retirement years and beyond. Our Certified Aging in Place specialist can help you build a home with universal design features, including wider doors, lower countertops, and fewer stairs. This type of custom design and building will enable you and your family members to comfortably live in your home for years to come, regardless of your age or ability.

Custom Homes in NH’s White Mountains, Lakes Region, and Western Maine

At Cormack Construction, we know that when it comes to building a custom home, it’s all about the details. We work with each client to build a custom home that meets their personal style and budget, and suits the needs of their family. If you’re thinking about building a custom home, contact us today.


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