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Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers

471 Page Street
Stoughton, MA 02072
(781) 573-1500
Company Profile: 

Kochman Reidt + Haigh creates beautiful and functional custom cabinetry, we collaborate closely with homeowners and with architects, designers, and builders to shape projects that meet our clients' individual needs. In our shop, skilled woodworkers employ the most sophisticated technology, along with the centuries-old tools and techniques of bench carpentry, at every stage, we take pride in a high level of craftsmanship and in highly responsive customer service.

With 40 years of experience, KR+H brings together people skilled in every phase of design, woodworking, and project management. Based in Stoughton, Massachusetts, KR+H has served clients across New England and far beyond. Project range from kitchens, libraries, family rooms, and dressing rooms to original works of fine furniture. KR+H has the capability to lead the design process, listening and responding to clients needs. We are also happy to build designs provided by the client or architect. 

Our shop capabilities support the entire project life cycle, from selection of woods to finishing and assembly. A KR+H partner and project manage guide each project from initial discussion through completion. KR+H's own experienced team handles all installation. 

Kochman Reidt + Haigh Partners

Kochman Reidt + Haigh
Karla Monkevich, Partner

Karla graduated from Penn State University with a degree in architecture. After graduation she spent several years working in a cabinet shop where she learned from master cabinetmakers. Her experience in woodworking and architecture provides an ideal combination of abilities. 

Kochman Reidt + Haigh
Paul Reidt, Partner

Paul's varied background includes graduate study in philosophy and architecture, as well as years of hands-on carpentry and cabinetmaking. Paul says that each dimension of his past experience yielded skills he still employs. 

Visit Kochman Reidt + Haigh Cabinetmakers to get your project started.

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