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For a hassle-free kitchen remodeling in Folsom experience from start to finish is our commitment to you. We never farm out work to subcontractors. Our own craftsmen—highly skilled, experienced professionals—do all the work on site. This allows us to maintain the strictest quality control, so you can be sure your job will be done right, on time, and without unnecessary drama.
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The Wiswells loved their house, but hated the kitchen. All the cabinets were lined up along a wall, and the center island was much too small to hold more than three people. The family had placed a glass table at the end to create more space, but it would just end up getting in the way when people were going out the door.
With the Barrett's new kitchen, we stayed more or less true to the original footprint. The owners liked the layout, but were not fond of their old cabinets. At one time they tried refacing them, but now the cabinets were peeling in some places and looked cheap in others. The Barretts wanted to "countrify" their kitchen with a casual, comfortable look and feel.
The Jenstads a young, growing family that purchased a new home in a neighborhood they love. Their plan is to renovate the entire house as their budget permits. This family kicked off their remodeling adventure with a new oak-flooring kitchen that spans the whole front of the house.
For the Rallens, a kitchen upgrade was long overdue. They like the layout of their cabinets, but the dark oak finish felt outdated and the tile countertops were difficult to keep clean. The owners also wanted to update the windows behind the sink area to maximize the view of their beautiful.
The Eichhorns have owned a cabin at Tahoe for 25 years and still use it frequently, especially with their adult children now having kids. The owners asked if I would be able to complete a full remodel before their much-anticipated family reunion in July.
After completing other projects for the Roessler family they asked for ideas and plans for updating there floor to ceiling family room fireplace. They wanted clean lines with lots of texture and along with a new contemporary feel and look. With over a month of selecting tile and stone samples this grand project was starting to take shape. We are often asked to update a fireplace.
The Leachmans had several goals in mind when starting this project. They really wanted a more mature kitchen that could be shared with friends and neighbors. They had an open mind about what could be done, and seemed to like our suggestions about opening up space to the family room.
The Banks were in dire need of a new kitchen. Their existing space was small and outdated, without a square corner in the room. You had to walk thru the small laundry to get to and from the garage. The original kitchen also had poor lighting and an awkward layout, so it was not user friendly at all.
The Kawakami family wanted a larger kitchen to accommodate their growing family of girls. The old kitchen was outdated and unusable, so a new plan was created that included the family room and dinning room. The kitchen footprint was only extended into the backyard by two feet to allow room for an island.
The layout of the kitchen remained unchanged, but all new cherry doors were installed to update the look and feel of the space. All appliances were reused or left in place, and the cook top was replaced with new downdraft venting through the floor. The granite was trimmed to size to fit the new cooktop.
The Wrolstad kitchen project consisted of a fresh new layout and design, with all new cabinets and appliances. The owners wanted a wine theme to be incorporated into the plan for a personal and refined touch.
The Finns loved to cook and entertain, so they wanted a versatile kitchen that could handle a crowd. They also desired an infusion of charm and style that they could enjoy every day. We worked closely with the owners to come up with a plan that would serve them well now and many years down the road.
The Merkerts aspired to open up their kitchen area give it a "super Bowl party" feel. In the end, every window had a view, and with some wall removed you could see the TV from any place on the main floor.
The Connells wanted all new appliances, counter tops and a back splash. After meeting with us, they also opted to include a new lighting plan and expand some cabinets on north side of the refridgerator. A new layout was not necessary, and the existing cabinets were refinished not replaced.
This kitchen project was part of a remodeling addition. The goal was to have a kitchen suitable for a large family, with lots of open space for any type of gathering - whether for Super Bowl Sunday or holidays. The kitchen is part of a great room with large screen-TV. A dining room and office are nearby