This is another perfect example of how our kitchenCRATE Classic system works! In just 12 working days, our team refinished all the cabinetry using Kelly-Moore’s Woolly Mammoth Dura-poxy paint, removed an upper section of cabinets, added three new roll-outs, installed the exquisite Bedrosians Jaguar leathered granite with a Crema Viego travertine tile backsplash, updated the lighting over the sink and installed an extra wide Blanco sink, new Kohler Simplice faucet and soap dispenser. This warm color scheme gives this new kitchen the welcoming & cozy-feeling that the homeowners desired!

Take a minute to read about the homeowner’s experience and look at the before and after pictures of this beautiful transformation, we think you will love what you see!

The Homeowner’s KitchenCRATE Experience

“You guys did great! We are very happy with our finished kitchen. Willy, Bryan and the entire crew were always on time, professional and answered any questions we had in a timely manner. We would definitely recommend kbCRATE to anyone doing a remodel and when we get ready to do our bathrooms we will be calling you. Thanks again to you and your entire crew!”

Scott and Linda

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Is Your Kitchen Next? Contact Us Today!

Perhaps this kitchen at Parkridge Avenue reminds you of your home. Perhaps you like the layout of your kitchen and the cabinets are in good condition, but you are ready for a completely new look and feel. KitchenCRATE can make this happen in just a few days.

Just click here to schedule your phone consultation using our online scheduling system. Or feel free to call us direct during business hours at 888-995-7996!

Scott Monday is the founder and CEO of kitchenCRATE and bathCRATE. Follow him on Facebook or Linked-In.

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