O'Hara Finish Carpentry

Providing Canton Home Remodeling and Finish Carpentry for over a decade




Finish Carpentry Services

canton boston finish carpentry, boston home remodelingO'Hara Finish Carpentry & Construction aims to exceed our clients expectations and complete our custom finish carpentry projects with pride and integrity. To us, quality means doing things right when no one is looking. We build our name on our pride and quality and most of our work is through referrals.

Everyone wants to show off a personal style and O'Hara Finish Carpentry helps you achieve that special look you've been dreaming of. We are experienced, insured and professional. We leave a clean workplace after we are gone and have excellent references.

Remodeling Services

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History of Canton, MA

Canton is a town in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 21,561 at the 2010 census. Canton is part of Greater Boston, about 15 miles southwest of downtown Boston. The name "Canton" was suggested by Elijah Dunbar and comes from the early belief that Canton, China was on the complete opposite side of the earth.

Canton lies at the foot of Great Blue Hill. The Canton River flows through the center of the town, linking a chain of small lakes including Bolivar and Forge Ponds and flowing into the Neponset River. The Neponset River forms the boundary between Canton and its western neighbors: Norwood, Westwood, and Dedham. In addition to wooded land, the area includes wetlands, particularly in the eastern part along Route 138 near the Randolph and Stoughton borders, and in the western part along I-95. Canton borders the towns of Dedham, Milton, Norwood, Randolph, Sharon, Stoughton, Westwood and the Hyde Park neighborhood of the city of Boston.

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