Remodeling your kitchen can be stressful. While the work is being done, you still need to be able to use your kitchen. The process can take weeks to months, so you’ll need to keep your necessary appliances, like your refrigerator and microwave, in other parts of your home. A grill can be a great temporary replacement for a stove!
When looking for kitchen remodeling contractors, make sure you choose someone who you’re going to be able to work with during that stressful period of time. A good contractor can make the process smooth and mostly stress-free. A bad one will just add to your stress.
That’s why it’s so important to work with someone local who you can trust. Bigger companies can’t give you the special attention that a project of this size deserves. Your dream kitchen is in your head, and you’ll need to work one-on-one with someone to get it out of your head and into reality.
J. Roberts Installations can help you make your dream kitchen a reality, one step at a time. Call us now to start the process!
These two photos were taken during a kitchen remodel in Lumberton, NJ. This kitchen features custom cabinets designed by Peter Lumber Co. in Medford, NJ. It includes a hammered copper farm sink and prep sink and a Travertine backsplash. If you look closely, you can see the pop-up outlets on the island! This client chose waterproof vinyl plank flooring for their kitchen.
This kitchen remodel was done in Somerdale, NJ. The kitchen cabinets were designed and supplied by Kitchen Design Solutions LLC in Pitman, NJ. This kitchen features a porcelain tile floor. It includes a quartz countertop, a ceramic subway tile backsplash, and new appliances. Quartz is a better option than granite if you don’t want to have to clean it too often. Quartz countertops will never stain, but granite needs to be sealed properly and regularly to avoid stains.
This is a kitchen remodel we worked on in mantua, NJ. This kitchen features cabinets designed and supplied by Kitchen Design Solutions LLC in Pitman, NJ. They also had new appliances, sheet vinyl flooring, and quartz countertops installed. Vinyl flooring doesn’t just last a long time. It can also be recycled in most cases. When it’s time for a change, it won’t end up in a landfill!
This kitchen remodel was completed in Delran, NJ. We replaced the upper cabinets with Ikea cabinets, and the lower cabinets were painted to match. We also installed sheet vinyl flooring and quartz countertops for them.