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A Premier Kitchen

on October 6, 2012

For years, my wife and I talked about remodeling the kitchen. We knew exactly which appliances we wanted and where we wanted them. We knew what kind of countertops we wanted and what they were going to look like. We virtually had it planned out. The only thing we didn’t have until recently was the funding. But finally, after fifteen years of dreaming about our kitchen remodel, we finally have our new kitchen. And we have Premier Remodeling and Construction to thank for it!

Last year, our youngest son graduated college, and with all of the money we were no longer putting toward his Ivy-league education, we were finally able to afford the kitchen remodel.

We heard about Premier Remodeling and Construction from a friend of ours who built his own house a number of years ago. In the ten years it took to build his home, he must have dealt with hundreds of contractors, some good, others bad. So we trust his opinion because he knows a good contractor when he sees one. Even more importantly, he knows how to spot a bad one.

He had to call Premier after another contractor botched a project in his bathroom. He was extremely impressed by their professionalism, their craftsmanship, and the way they finished the project quickly and without delay. He said that of all the contractors he’s used, Premier stood out to him for those reasons. Upon that recommendation, we knew that Premier Remodeling and Construction was the company to do our kitchen.

Premier did a wonderful job, too! We spoke to them about out vision and what we wanted, and they took it from there. Of course they involved us in the project, but we were never worried that they wouldn’t get the job done within the quoted time frame and the quoted price.

The finished result was better than we ever even imagined. Premier understood our vision and executed it exactly the way we wanted them too. We even had the team over for dinner to thank them for designing such an amazing kitchen for us. Premier surely lives up to its name!