Join our Team!

We are busy! If you have experience in kitchen/bath design, architectural design, sales or estimating, or any combination thereof, we’re looking for YOU! We need someone with: A broad knowledge of relevant products, installation techniques and trades relevant to our industry. Strong communication, job coordination, and organizational skills. The ability to interact and communicate well

2017 Employee of the Year

This year at our Christmas party, Jay Lesacult was not only Employee of the Year, but also was our Spirit Award recipient. Jay has been with us since 2013 and has grown exponentially in his skill set during that time.  He is willing to go above and beyond and always does so with a smile

We’re Hiring a Project Developer!

We’re looking to add a Project Developer to our team! If you’re reading this and thinking, “hey, that’s me!” send your resume to [email protected] Objective: Develop cost estimates for pending or awarded projects. Develop Proposals and Contracts for Client Presentation. Prepare awarded projects for production including permitting, advance special ordering, product selection report, engineering reports,

What About the Tub?

Despite the popular misconception that most seniors are eager to downsize from their family home into that space-efficient, low maintenance condo, studies show that once someone hits 55-ish, they prefer to stay put. Lately, “aging in place” is the buzz phrase in renovations and remodeling. And since many people retire to the Cape to enjoy

Kitchen Countertops 101: Choosing a Surface Material

From Houzz, by Lisa Frederick Whether you’re remodeling a kitchen, building one from scratch or just ready to give yours a face-lift, countertops are a central part of the look. And you may be daunted by the wealth of options on the market; countertop surfaces range from well-known butcher block to less common materials such

20 Ways to Prep Your Home for Summer Fun

From Houzz  ~ By Laura Gaskill  Vacation plans are being finalized, the kids are getting out of school and the weather is warming up- is your house ready to play? From setting up a summer entryway that can handle all of those beach towels, to making space for Popsicles in the freezer and a hammock on

Cleaning Your House for Less Than $5.00!

It’s inexpensive, touch on bacteria, mildew and dirt.  Read on for some smart vinegar cleaning tips from Better Homes and Gardens, by Berit Thorkelson. Kitchen Refrigerator– Definitely skip the toxic chemicals where you store your food.  Instead, wipe up spills with a 50-50 vinegar-water mix. You can even keep a bottle of the mixture stored

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