Gulick & Co. Custom Cabinetry

Our custom cabinetry is an extension of Gulick & Co. Renovation Contractors which has been working with clients renovating and remodeling their homes for over a decade. Through these renovations and remodels, we have been producing custom cabinets and kitchens for clients all around central and shoreline areas of Connecticut. We have built custom cabinets for almost every room in the house from bathrooms and living rooms to mudrooms and offices. Custom cabinets and kitchens allow you to get closer to your dream house.

Our staff works with clients to understand exactly what they need to fit their everyday lifestyles. Gulick & Co. Custom Cabinetry’s design team can bring to life the design concepts from photos or magazines articles you have kept over the years. Our staff will work with you from concept to drafting plans to installation and completion. The beauty of custom designed cabinets is that despite the space or configuration of a room, we can come up with a solution that fits that area and make it look like it belongs.

We work with you to find the best solution for your particular space. During the design phase of a kitchen project, Gulick & Co. Custom Cabinetry has the flexibility to build the cabinets in-house or to find the perfect match of stock cabinets through companies we closely partner with. We have found that this dexterity creates the best design and overall satisfaction for the client.

OUR MISSION:

We believe that through expert planning and design, older properties can retain their original character while showcasing up-to-date amenities. These goals are achieved with a solid commitment to build “green” by saving and reusing buildings and their materials. “Green” building promotes efficient insulation and heating and cooling systems, healthy indoor air quality, and the use of sustainable materials.

OUR TEAM

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PETER GULICK

PARTNER

Restored the 1780 Abigail Meigs House in Madison to house the Wall St Gallery he founded in 1974. Has owned the 1730 Phinias Meigs House, Wall St, Madison where he managed Madison Paint & Decorating for 14 years and where the current office resides. Contractor/Carpenter Peter Gulick Woodworking & Renovations. Facilities Manager at The Country School located in Madison. Where he over saw the renovation of the campus. Community Service: 20 years member of Madison Hose Co (12 yrs Bd of directors), Former member of the 1685 Deacon John Graves House Board of Directors, Former member of the Advisory Committee for Community Appearance (ACCA)
 

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TRAVIS GULICK

PARTNER

Graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design with an honors degree in Historic Preservation.  Board of Directors of Madison Historical Society from 2011-2015. Former member of Board of Trustees at The Country School in Madison – Chair of Building and Grounds. Interned with the National Trust for Historic Preservation in Washington, D.C. Travis has been part time with Gulick & Co. since 2006, started full-time in 2011. Madison Hose Company #1 member since 2003- Member of Board of Directors since 2015.
 

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HARVEY TREAT

PARTNER & LEAD FOREMAN

Graduated Southern Connecticut University in Business Management. Worked at the Country School as the Facilities Manager. Has been with Gulick & Co. since 2004 and is our lead carpenter. 20 year member of Madison Hose Co #1 and is on the Board of Directors.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT GULICK & Co. 

I worked with Travis to replace and double the size of my existing deck. I am so happy with the finished project which looks much more "refined" then the existing deck that was there. Travis was very helpful from the beginning and met me at the lumber company to review types of decking and railings. His crew was hardworking and were quick to provide updates. If things changed or there were delays with materials or a crew not coming on a particular day Travis would let me know with a quick text or email. I would highly recommend this company and hope to use them again for future projects!

 

—  Carol Ahlijanian, October 2020