Kitchen remodeling is a major home improvement. When done right, it can increase your property’s value and improve comfort.
Up and Above Contractors is a New Jersey company offering a range of home improvement services. We’re not just roofers in NJ. Our team also offers interior remodeling services for bathrooms, basements, flooring, and kitchens. We’ll help you design a kitchen that meets your needs and fits your lifestyle.
When asked about setting a budget for kitchen remodeling, we encourage our clients not to cut corners. You may think you’re saving on costs now by choosing low priced materials. If these products won’t last for a long time, however, then you may be in for more expenses in the future. The key is to learn to make smart decisions.
One of the projects we are currently doing is a kitchen in Lafayette, NJ. We used the following products to improve the kitchen’s appeal and functionality:
Merillat® Classic Somerton Hill in Maple Oatmeal with Dessert Glaze
The cabinetry is the first thing that people often notice when they enter a kitchen. To make sure our clients receive a good impression for their kitchen, we used the popular Merillat Classic Somerton Hill for the cabinets. Made of solid wood, these raised panel doors will last a long time. With a classic design, you can be confident that your kitchen will never look out of style.
Wilsonart Sedona Trail with AEON™
To match the cabinet’s classic design, we used Wilsonart Sedona Trail with AEON finish for the countertop. Apart from an exceptional design, Wilsonart HD laminates are durable and easy to maintain. These are perfect for homeowners looking for practical products for their kitchen.
Is it time for a kitchen facelift? Get in touch with Up and Above Contractors. Our home improvement specialists and roofers in Sparta, NJ have received certifications from different manufacturers. You can be confident that our processes meet government and industry standards. We provide services across New Jersey, including Blairstown, Rockaway, and Sussex.
Check out part two of our three-part blog to learn about choosing the smartest layout for your kitchen.