Here are just a few of our examples. We have hundreds of designs and examples and every job is custom tailored to your specifications.
Our team of experts work together to complete the project. Team members tend to understand the position and timing each trade must work within to bring the project to a timely and successful conclusion and cooperate to that end.
All scheduling is handled by us, coordinating with you, the consumer. Scheduling unrelated contractors for the various components of a complete kitchen remodel can be a very time consuming and challenging job and we need to work closely to make this as easy as possible. Each individual has other job priorities and schedules which you must compete.
Individuals within a team may assist one another to complete the job satisfactorily. Unrelated trades people are sometimes tempted to play the "blame game" when something goes wrong, leaving the consumer to try to sort out the truth and go forward.
As the consumer, you hold the purse strings. The professional team must satisfy your requirements in order to both make a profit on the completed job and be assured that you will give them a good referral for future business. In the individual contactor's world, yours may be only a small job, not a major priority.
Next to selecting the style and quality of the components you will use to create your kitchen, nothing is more important than the selection of professionals to work with you. The most beautiful kitchen cabinetry and the most costly counters and appliances can result in a less than satisfactory finished product when improperly designed or installed.
When hiring ANY company or individual contractor, consider these things:
Reputation. There is no better recommendation than a satisfied customer. A friend or neighbor who has 'been there and done that' may be your best source for good advice on a firm to select or avoid.
Ask any firm you are considering to provide several names of customers for whom they have completed kitchens in the past year. Call them! Ask specific questions like "Was the overall quality of the products and service satisfactory?" "Did the firm begin and complete the job when promised?" "Did the firm stand by the contracted price and notify you whenever unexpected details needed attention?" "Would you recommend this firm to a friend?"