3rd Street

​Installing dark stained custom kitchen cabinets has allowed for needed additional space.

The porcelain black backsplash tiles compliment the stainless steel hood and appliances. A beam was installed between the kitchen and dining room to allow for a wider entrance for the wrap around granite counter top breakfast bar. .

Pine Ridge Lane

​This contemporary home was in need of an updated kitchen.  The cabinets remained, however, the glass tile backsplash, granite countertops and under cabinet lights all work together to complete the contemporary look.

Park Road

This existing kitchen, not only got an updated look, but was expanded to become a larger space.  New cabinets were added, along with granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a hardwood floor.

Lehigh Avenue

As part of this home’s complete renovation, the kitchen was completely redone.  A load-bearing wall was removed by installing a supportive beam.   Sliding doors were added to add light to the kitchen and give it a more open look.  New cabinets, granite countertops and all new appliances were installed.


Big Oak

​By opening up this kitchen into the dining room, installing a beam to remove the load bearing wall allowed this kitchen the light and feeling of spaciousness that was needed. This beautiful white kitchen with etched Formica countertops is complimented by the travertine backsplash with a bronze accent tile. The dark engineered hardwood flooring runs throughout the entire 1st floor.