Allied Kitchen and Bath is built on a family alliance.
After starting Allied in 1984, the company’s President Bill Feinberg and his brother.
And for the past 38 years, the brothers have made the business a family affair – Rob Feinberg is a certified kitchen designer and is the company’s head of design and Dave Feinberg serves as Allied’s facilities manager.
But don’t think Allied does only kitchens and baths.
Although Allied has a stellar reputation for its kitchen and bath renovations, the company’s experienced and certified designers, project managers and on-staff construction/installation team can design and/or renovate lots of rooms including laundry, walk-in closets, bars, home offices and of course, complete outdoor kitchens.
“Because the kitchen is the heart of the house and the bathroom is the home’s second most used room and has become a well-needed spa sanctuary. We discovered that with our talents and expertise our greatest impact is our ability to change people’s lives by creating kitchens and baths that reflect their lifestyles,” said Bill Feinberg.
And when it comes to bathrooms, Feinberg said it is all about the shower, “People want large showers with shower systems that offer everything from steam to a rainforest experience.”
A big part of Feinberg’s focus is on his community. This is in response to his upbringing. His parents, who worked for the company for over 20 years, instilled in their sons the importance of paying it forward and giving back.
Allied donates all the retrieved cabinetry and appliances from its remodel projects to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore and over the past 10 years it has raised over $1 million for various nonprofits.
A cutting-edge design element that Allied offers is its creative use of Thinkglass for countertops and backsplashes. Thinkglass is non-porous, endures high heat without cracking or scorching and is impossible to stain. It is made of 100% recycled glass and the texture and options are endless.
“What sets us apart is not only our high-quality craftsmanship and professionalism but also our commitment and dedication to the community in which we live and work,” said Feinberg.