kitchens

Countertops

Cabinets

Flooring

Sinks / Faucets

Countertop options

Marble Countertops
Marble is elegant, beautiful, very strong and very expensive. Marble is by far the costliest countertop material in use today but for those who can afford it, there is no other compromise.

Granite Countertops
Natural granite is durable and attractive. It is also the choice of many kitchen designers because granite is so durable it will stand up to the heaviest of use and yet remain beautiful.

Engineered Stone
Synthetic stone combines powdered stone such as quartz with resins to form a beautiful and durable surface in a wide variety of shapes, colors, patterns & styles.

Stained Concrete
Stained concrete can create a very beautiful and durable surface that can last for many years.  

    

custom cabinets

CABINET LAYOUTS

When considering your brand new kitchen or your kitchen remodel project, the first place to start is with a professionally designed layout plan.

CABINET STYLES

Cabinets, doors, trim types, stains, colors and finish types are just a few of the details that must be considered when calculating a budget for your new kitchen.

MATERIALS & HARDWARE

Along with the construction materials used to build your new cabinets, hinges, handles and knobs add considerable cost to your overall project. Call for your cost analysis.

custom flooring

Hardwood & Cork

Wood floors are attractive, warm & can tie the kitchen with the rest of the home. Although cork tiles are scratch resistent they damaged by heavy furniture and direct sunlight.

Tile & Stone

Tile comes in ceramic, porcelain and quarry and can be glazed (water & scratch resistent) or non-glazed. Stone flooring such as granite, marble, slate & limestone are beautiful, long-lasting & very expensive.

Vinyl & laminate

Laminate is more affordable than wood but susceptible to warping when exposed to moisture. Vinyl is the least expensive flooring material, easy to install and maintain and lasts for many years.

Sinks & Faucets

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel sinks provide a certain flexibility in that they won't crack or chip. Stainless steel is an alloy consisting of 18% chromium and 10% nickel and is non-corrosive as well as a very popular choice.

Granite Composite

Granite composite is an engineered mixture of granite stone dust and acrylic resins molded into various shaped and sized sinks. Granite composite is durable and comes in a wide variety of styles and is cost effective.

Enameled Cast Iron

Enameled cast iron sinks are built to last and retain their original beauty for literally decades. The many hues and finishes are sure to please the most discriminating tastes and they truly pass the test of time.