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Bryn Athyn PA 19009

Thank you for visiting our website and your interest in MasterCraft Countertops. Do you have a project in mind? It would be a pleasure for us to work with you. Please spend some time and browse our website and feel free to contact us today to schedule a No-Obligation In-Home Consultation.



MasterCraft is a locally owned Kitchen & Bath remodeling company with a new Design Showroom located in Colmar PA 1.5 miles north of Montgomery Mall on Rt 309.   MasterCraft's countertop division offers all types of counters such as granite, quartz, solid surface (Corian) and laminates (Formica) and can handle all aspects of your new countertop including design, templeting and installation as well as all plumping, electrical and cabinet modifications necessary for your new counter.  We can also provide under counter lighting, new flooring, custom tile backsplash and general lighting packages. MasterCraft Kitchen & Bath is a member of NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association), North Penn Chamber of Commerce and we have been featured on TLC's "Moving Up" Tv show.



MasterCraft Countertops proudly serves Bryn Athyn PA 19009 .

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Thank you,

Joe & Mike


Nearby towns:

Fort WashingtonWillow GroveHorshamHatboroOreland


If you are looking for a Bucks County or Montgomery County Kitchen or Bathroom Vanity Top contractor please call us today at (215) 362-5344 or complete our online service request form.

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Bryn Athyn PA
Bourough: Bryn Athyn
County: Montgomery
Zipcode: 19009

It all began in 1898, when a “Village Association” was formed to take care of the wide variety of civil affairs facing the developing New Church community. During the previous decade, hundreds of acres of farmland had been purchased by John and Gertrude Pitcairn for the purpose of founding a New Church community and school, and the new settlement needed infrastructure. It also needed a name, and on September 10, 1898, a special meeting of the Village Association was called to discuss this matter. A formal name was considered to be the first step in securing a railroad station, a telegraph office, and eventually a post office.