Your first consideration should be your kitchen design. This would of course, depend on the available space that you have. You might, for example, want to settle for an L-shaped or galley kitchen if you have limited space. This will allow fluid movement from one area to the next. Other shapes to consider for larger spaced kitchens are the two-galley and U-shaped kitchens.
If you are an amateur designer, you could use some help with your kitchen design. You could settle for a contractor package that includes the design. If you want greater design control, you can use ready to use software. Design software will let you input existing kitchen specifications and mix and match color and design aspects.
Every kitchen should have sufficient storage space. There are ready-made or custom-made cabinets for this. You could settle for store bought storage units if you have standard kitchen measurements and spaces. Smaller or bigger kitchens however will almost always do better with custom storage.
Our work process is pretty simple and straight forward. We visit the site and provide an estimated pricing, and upon agreement we initiate and make sure to get the work done in the estimated time and cost.
We plan everything and every step before starting the project. Our designer, architect, decorators and labor, we all work as a team and get your space remodeled or constructed in a timely fashion.