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Kitchen Remodeling Services

Our expert staff of certified designers and experienced project managers are leaders in the home remodeling industry and specializes in coordinating every phase of your design and creating the kitchen of your dreams.

Our 15,000 square foot landmark showroom features full kitchen displays including custom cabinetry, state-of-the-art appliances, decorative hardware, innovative plumbing, beautiful lighting and a large selection of unique stone and tile. Call, email or visit us today!

Read below for more information about designing your dream kitchen and what to expect during the Remodeling Process.

What To Expect
When Remodeling Your Kitchen

Remodeling a home can be a challenging project. Some homeowners are blindsided by delays, setbacks, and unforeseen costs. The key to avoiding these pitfalls is to remember that planning promotes peak performance. Understanding the proper planning and procedures can make the entire remodeling process streamline and enjoyable.

Gather the right information—this allows you the opportunity to make the best decisions for you and your project.
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Select A One-stop-shop

To simplify your project, consider working with someone who
“does it all.”

Working with a firm that provides design and general contracting services will simplify your project. Finding a “one-stop-shop” to handle the project from design concept to installation will not only save you time but also streamline the entire communication and coordination process.

A licensed design firm will already have the best team of installers and subcontractors in place and can coordinate and oversee the entire project.

Pay Attention to Your Project

If possible, wait until all cabinets, appliances and necessary items have arrived before the work begins. When deliveries are made, always check for damage and have the materials put in a safe place that is out of your way, until work begins. As the work proceeds, keep an eye on the details, however large and small they may be. Inspect the work, and write down comments or questions to review with your contractor. You may even want to set up regular meetings to go over progress to date and to receive updates on what’s in store for the days ahead.

Temporary Quarters

Since you are going to lose all or part of your kitchen for several weeks, one of the best preparations you can make is to set up a temporary kitchen outside the work area. Set this up in a place that you can access easily and safely. It’s best to set up near another water source such as a bath or laundry sink, where you can also set up your microwave, toaster oven, coffee pot or other small appliances you need to get by temporarily. If possible, relocate your refrigerator in or near this temporary area.

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