A blessing in disguise is what these homeowners would say their kitchen “catastrophe” was. These homeowners had a major leak under their sink that resulted in a complete tear out of the kitchen and flooring in adjacent rooms. While this would certainly be considered a disaster in most cases, they were able to reinstall a newer, larger, and more beautiful kitchen in place of the old one.
Unique Characteristics of Project
Removing an old exterior wall that split the existing kitchen and office to expand the size of the kitchen was the primary objective of this project. Along with a variety of other miscellaneous tasks like framing in new door and window locations, refinished heart pine floors and reconfiguring a lot of electrical, this kitchen proved to be a work of beauty when the last screw was finally turned. This kitchen featured many amenities like cabinet organizing systems, a prep sink, wall ovens, 36” Gas Wolf Range, Range hood w/ fresh air makeup, Under cabinet lighting, floating shelves, granite tops and hickory Cabinets from Jim Bishop Cabinets. This project was completed during the tail end of the Covid-19 pandemic, which meant extended lead times on most building materials and dealing with the skyrocketing of material prices. While this project took longer than we would have hoped, we were able to knock construction out in 3 months’ time.