Kitchen remodel

From design to completion 

Remodeling a kitchen can be a very stressful project, especially if you don’t find the right contractor for the job. If you’re looking to give your outdated kitchen an amazing new look, we are here for you.

Kitchen remodeling is a great way to add value to your home. Remodeling your kitchen could save money by installing new, energy-star rated appliances, and replacing old kitchen windows with new money- saving insulated windows. Kitchen remodeling is not easy, as many different decisions have to be made, especially including hiring the right kitchen remodeler. From kitchen cabinets to appliances to lighting to hardware, we will be with you through the entire remodeling process.

It has been estimated that at resale, a homeowner will get 75%–80% back on the cost of the remodeling project. With kitchen remodeling, you will definitely see a return on your investment; the kitchen is one of the few rooms in your home to which remodeling adds value.

Bathroom remodel

Get More For Your Money

Bathroom remodeling is one of the most popular major home improvements. I think that it is not only because of the extra comfort that it brings to the homeowners, but also because of the increased return on investment that you realize when you sell your home.

Here are a few ideas for your bathroom remodeling project:

  • If possible, moving a wall can help you to increase your space by adding extra square footage to your bathroom;
  • Remodeling a bathroom is an excellent opportunity to increase your storage space for improved bathroom organization. We can add bathroom cabinets, drawers, and shelves to store all your necessary items.
  • Using natural stone or ceramic tile for bathroom flooring is a good choice. If you think that this floor would be too cold to walk on, consider installing a radiant floor heating system.

Our Bathrooms Projects

Decks remodel

Building new or Rebuilding old


Building a new deck or rebuilding and resizing the old one – is one of my favorite projects. You can choose a variety of different materials to build your deck: redwood, Trex, TimberTech and other composite brands. 

Here is some of “tips and tricks” if you decided to build or repair your deck:

  • When installing a new deck, make sure to leave enough space be­tween the deck boards, as needed for proper water drainage and venti­lation. Lack of space will result in mold and dry rot.
  • Always use exterior grade deck screws instead of nails. Over the years, expansion and contraction of the deck boards cause nails to lose their strength much faster than screws.
  • Always use pressure treat wood for posts, beams, and joists. Install flexible waterproof membrane over the top of the joists before install decking boards.