UNDERSTANDING THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
A REMODELING CONTRACTOR AND A CABINET SELLER

A Contractor can include any structural work (moving walls), any electrical work (add ceiling lights or
under cabinet lighting), and any plumbing work (install sink, faucet, and garbage disposal).
In short- the Contractor can complete your new kitchen from start to finish.

Be sure your cabinet company is a Licensed Contractor.  Most municipalities including Volusia County,
The City of New Smyrna, The City of Edgewater, The City of Daytona Beach, The City of Ormond, and many
others
require a Building Permit for anything beyond basic cabinet removal and replacement!

We can legally do ALL types of kitchen improvements from ceiling to floor. How about a tray ceiling? How about lowering the ceiling and
installing recessed lighting? Maybe a new bar or a bar extension! Wall texture? Floor tile? SURE!  We do it ALL!   

Have an idea?
Contact us!

Here's a 45 year old kitchen that has been gutted to the plastered walls. Our job was to give it a rich new look!
We removed the dropped soffit over the old cabinets, repaired the walls, and textured the ceiling  to allow taller wall cabinets
with crown molding meeting the ceiling. Then we installed new cabinets with granite tops and a tiled back splash.
We also added new recessed lighting and a ceiling fan, and put in a dishwasher and garbage disposal!  Cork flooring finished the project.
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A major kitchen overhaul with a new cabinet wall - Before and After shots!
This owner knew exactly what she wanted so we worked up a design and after a little tweaking
here is what we came up with.....
Notice the range and refrigerator
on this wall.
This is a very busy area !
Now notice the 36" cook top inset
in the granite. Also note the arch. These
new cabinets are a full 12" taller!
Notice the step down on the
new counter lay out.
We have also relocated the dishwasher.
This is a view looking down the sink run.
Check the arch again...
Here is another view of the sink run
Before the changes...
And After!
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a good look at the granite!
Are you wondering what we did
with the refrigerator?
The owner wanted to use the breakfast
nook for a cabinet wall.
It really opened up the kitchen!
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We made numerous changes to this kitchen to make it perfect for the homeowner.
Both husband and wife are tall persons so we raised the counter tops in this
kitchen 2 1/2" to make them a little more user friendly.
We finished off the job with a beautiful Fiorito granite and under mount sink.
Notice the counter before we
removed the laminate top.
The owner's wanted to add storage with
new cabinets outside the kitchen.
This added almost 14" to the surface
of the counter top and it is all one level!
And the finished product!
While we were there we also changed out the wet bar cabinetry
and counter tops to match the kitchen.
Making the most out of available square footage is one of our design specialties
Hold on to your hat..........
......... because this is a real shocker!
Yes, it's the same kitchen! Here is what we did:
1) We moved the oven wall 8 feet out into the garage  2) We removed a wall that was between the kitchen and dining area  
3) We removed the dropped ceiling  4) We replaced the old kitchen window with a impact hurricane rated window  
5) We removed the old tile and replaced it with 18" installed on the diagonal  6) We installed new lighting and upgraded the
electrical service to the kitchen  7) We plastered the new ceiling and walls  8) We designed new cabinetry along with the owner  
9) and we finished it off with Venetian Gold granite! This is one fabulous kitchen! We nearly tripled the useable square footage.
All phases of
Kitchen Remodeling
Our specialty! From ceiling
to floor, cabinets counters,
and more!
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Above we have a beautiful Cherry kitchen we recently did in Mission Woods.
The granite is Star Beach and the back splash is tumbled travertine.
Below is a huge kitchen in a lovely home in the Spruce Creek Fly-In community.
The cabinets are Danish Cherry with chocolate glaze, the counters are Solar Bordeaux granite and the back splash is
tumbled travertine with a grout accent color matched to one of the colors in the granite.
Maple cabinetry with chocolate glaze
and Baltic Brown granite.

Travertine back splash installed
both diagonal and straight.

Porcelain tile flooring.
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Soft Maple cabinetry painted Ivory with
Pewter glaze
and Baltic Brown granite.

Travertine back splash.

Porcelain tile flooring installed
with a semi-bond pattern.
The Ocean Condominium.

White Thermoform cabinetry with
Viatera Quartz counter tops.
Small homes are being expanded more frequently these days.
Here's a house where an addition left a window to the new living room that used to open outside.
We closed in the window and redesigned the kitchen to add a LOT of usable cabinetry.
Whole house renovation is becoming much more common with the devaluation of property.
People are deciding to stay in their homes and remake them from ceiling to floor and wall to wall.
This owner did exactly that!
We changed the floor plan a little,
plastered the ceiling and walls, tiled the
floors, and topped it all off with new
cabinetry and granite counters.
The cabinetry is Thermoform in Pearwood
color with arched upper doors and square
lowers. The granite is Medina
Here is a kitchen where functionality was considered in the redesign. We moved the range and
dishwasher around to make the flow of the kitchen more user friendly.

These are Bridgewood Custom cabinets with Medina granite and stone backsplash.
MANY MORE KITCHEN PICTURES BELOW!
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