Since it's inception in 1963, Pond Cove Millwork has been dedicated to providing Maine with the finest quality architectural woodwork products and services. We specialize in artictectural woodworking, pre-finishing, solid surfaces, and design drawings, however, for five decades we've done whatever is necessary to get the job done for our clients. After 50 years in business we still produce the highest quality custom millwork at a competitive costs, and always on time. We are well known all over New England because our reputation speaks for itself.
Originally, Pond Cove Millwork was located on Route 77 in front of Cape Elizabeth High School, but in 2001 Pond Cove was forced to relocate as the town renovated the building for it's current use as a Community Center. For the past thirteen years, Pond Cove has called our 40,000 sq foot woodworking shop and mill in South Portland home. From the Maine State Capitol Building in Augusta to the retail capital of Maine at L.L. Bean in Freeport, Pond Cove's work stands apart. From the largest law firm in the state to the largest health care provider, Pond Cove has been tasked with providing only the highest quality products and services.
If you have ever shopped at a grocery store in the North East, you've grabbed food off of our shelves or paid at one of our check-out counters. If you've visited nearly any of Maine's hospitals, then you've likely seen nurses and doctors working at our desks and stations. If you've attended a College in New England, public or private, then you've probably studied in buildings accented by Pond Cove's work.
In fact, if you threw a rock from anywhere in Downtown Portland, chances are high the building you hit contains an office, store, bank, or residence that Pond Cove has been a part of. In Maine, our work can be seen from Fort Kent to Kittery, And outside our home state, we are proud to represent Maine craftsmanship in over 25 States as far south as Florida and as far west as Minnesota.
After 50 years, Pond Cove has proudly put it's stamp on more than 50 Colleges, 100 Schools, 50 Places of Worship, 150 Banks, and over 250 grocery stores. Not to mention the countless residences, offices, government buildings, retail spaces, hotels, restaurants, health care facilities, and much more.