Pride Kitchens, Inc.

295 Daniel Webster Highway

Nashua, NH. 03060



Specializing in Custom Kitchen and Bathroom Design


Locally owned and operated, Pride Kitchens, Inc., is your source for custom kitchen and bath design, proudly serving Nashua, New Hampshire, and parts of Massachusetts. Pride Kitchens & Bath offers the latest in kitchen and bath cabinetry from KraftMaid, Decora, and Kemper. Whether you prefer a classic, country or contemporary look, Pride has the cabinets you're looking for. Choose from cherry, maple, oak, hickory, birch or alder wood in hundreds of finishes and styles.



Our Brand Names Include:

 • Wilsonart™ • Silestone™ • FormicaCambria tm

About Pride Kitchens, Inc.
Our designers  have more than 40 years of combined experience in the kitchen and bath industry; experience rarely found at the competition. Not only can we give you a great design, our prices are competitive with home centers.   Pride Kitchens, Inc., feels that customer service is job #1.



For More Information on Kitchen and
Bathroom Design, Contact Us.

To meet with one of our designers, simply stop in or better yet, call for an appointment. We will be pleased to listen to your needs, offer suggestions and design a kitchen you can take pride in.

Hours of Operation:
Monday, Thursday, Friday, 9:00 a.m.?5:00 p.m.
Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:00 a.m.?8:00 p.m.
Sat, 9:a.m. - 2:p.m.
Sunday Hours Vary, Call Ahead

How to Measure

You've shopped and daydreamed over the magazines. You've visited web sites. You have taken the first steps toward your new superkitchen. Now you are ready to obtain some professional help in planning the kitchen you want. You may still not be sure how much you will need to invest in the various aspects of outfitting the kitchen or a solid idea of the probable cost range of the entire project.

It is time to begin the planning process by taking careful measurements of your existing kitchen.

Planning for a new home? Measurements provided by architectural plans are adequate for preliminary design layout and obtaining cost estimates. Final measurements must be taken of the actual structure before any orders can be placed.

Replacing existing kitchen PLUS adding or removing walls? Interview and select a recommended and competent professional kitchen designer, remodeler or architect to help you plan the space. (The professional may charge a fee for this service which may be deducted from any purchases you make through him/her.) This kind of professional should be able to provide a cost range for the completed job early in the design process allowing you to adjust the plans according to your budget requirements. The professional will take the required measurements and take responsibility for accuracy.

Replacing existing kitchen without adding or removing walls? This tutorial is for you! Taking and recording accurate measurements is extremely important for the success of your entire project. Here's how.

1. Begin by measuring the room wall-to-wall. (You will be recording all measurements in INCHES. (EX: 110", not 9' 2")
NOTE: Measure each wall at three locations; floor level, 48" from the floor and at ceiling level. Use the smallest dimension, and note variation on the chart. (EX: Floor level - 96", Center - 96 1/2", Ceiling - 96 3/4" Record as: 96" (variation at 48" is 1/2", variation at ceiling is 3/4"))

Record dimensions on a chart like this one.

  TOTAL DIMENSION (+ - variations)  
Wall #1    
Wall #2    
Wall #3    
Wall #4    

2. Make a rough drawing of the shape of the room. Represent each wall, door, window and any protrusions or recessed areas. This plan does NOT need to be 'to scale'.    Only accuracy counts, not talent!

3. Measure each wall section and record on the drawing. (A wall section is from one corner to a door way or window.) Measure each window and door and record.
NOTE: windows and doors are measured from outside edge to outside edge of casing or trim.

4. Add up all dimensions on each wall and verify that the total is equal to the total total wall dimension listed on the chart. (If not, re-measure!)

5. Locate the centerline of the sink, by measuring from one corner of the wall. Record this dimension on your rough drawing.

6. Measure from floor to ceiling at several locations. Record the smallest dimension in the body of the rough plan. (For vaulted ceilings, record smallest dimension at the point it occurs on the floor plan and record the greatest dimension at the point it occurs on the floor plan.)

7. If your kitchen has soffits (also known as bulkheads), measure their height and depth. Using a red pencil, indicate soffit location with dotted line. Record dimensions. (If you plan to remove or replace soffits, skip this step.)