With a population of just under 95,000 residents, Quincy is the eighth largest city in the state. For over a century, Quincy was home to a flourishing granite industry. Quincy granite became well known throughout the nation and stonecutting became the principal economic activity in the town. Quincy was also the site of the United States’ first commercial railroad, the Granite Railway. The railway was constructed in 1826 to carry granite from a Quincy quarry to the Neponset River, in order to take the granite to Charlestown to build the Bunker Hill Monument. South Shore Custom Cabinets is proud to serve the residents of the Town of Quincy.
If you live in Quincy, give us a call to discuss your commercial or residential custom built-in project.