ubillKitchen-for-home-page-574From minor cosmetic upgrades to completely new custom kitchens and baths, we do it all. 

  • Modify floor plan and redesign space to meet your needs – Move walls and windows, different cabinet configuration etc. This type of kitchen/bath remodel is often part of a home addition
  • Refinish hardwood flooring or install new hardwood or tile flooring
  • New countertops
  • Decorative backsplash
  • New plumbing, light fixtures and appliances
  • Under cabinet lighting
  • Refinish existing cabinets or install new cabinets
  • Custom tile showers

FAQ: What type of counter tops do you recommend?  Well ,the answer is….it depends. It depends on your budget, what your requirements are and what goes with the rest of the room.

Most of what we install these days is slab granite or quartz with some tile and laminate mixed in. If you are on a budget then laminate is the least expensive. Tile is very durable and usually costs less than granite or quartz but it’s tough to match the clean lines and natural look of slab.  Plus…there is no grout to clean with slab.

Both Granite and quartz require maintenance, with granite requiring more than quartz. Quartz does not need initial or continued sealing. Granite needs to be sealed upon installation, and then again on a regular basis. Quartz, which is an engineered stone, has the flaws engineered out. You will not find invisible striations just waiting to crack open some day, as you will find with slab granite. Due to the presence of the resins, quartz counters are less prone to staining. Natural slab granite, for all its beauty, has flaws and imperfections that homeowners either love, accept, or hate. Still, if the natural stone look is what you are after then you will probably gravitate to granite. individuals who like symmetry or consistency may like the look of quartz more.

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