Recipe For Change

Kitchen Remodel

This kitchen remodel started with a blank canvas. When our clients initially bought their home, there was an existing addition to it that had been framed but never finished. Working with a local kitchen designer, we created a fetching room out of the existing frame, with plenty of light and space for entertainment. Wanting a unique, one-of-a-kind touch to their kitchen, our clients also decided to incorporate tiles that they had picked up from local artists into their backsplash. Other unique pieces include a walnut butcher block top for their baking station and a truly elegant transparent countertop made of Quartzite Lumix Gold.

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We interviewed several contractors for our kitchen and bath remodel and decided on Jared Lewis. We were not disappointed. He was reliable, considerate and professional. He kept to the time schedule that he gave us and tried to minimize the impact of the construction on our daily lives. If we needed to get in touch with him, he was always easy to reach and any issues that came up were taken care of in a timely manner. His workers and subcontractors were professional and polite. We also appreciate his recommendation of designer Cyndi Mosher of Beyond the Box Kitchens, who not only helped with the design plan, but also worked closely with Jared, to insure our every wish was manifested. Most importantly, we love our new kitchen and bath! Thank you Jared!