San Diego kitchen remodeler revamps the heart of the home
Here’s what Horton had to say about her experience:
Kerry [Taylor, owner] demolished old cabinets and plumbing, and knocked out a wall. He redid all the kitchen electrical and plumbing, and installed new wood cabinets, granite countertops, a stone tile backsplash, sink and faucet.
I was delighted with Kerry and his crew. They did a high quality job, and kept me informed at all times. The work was estimated at four weeks; it turned out to take five because the countertop fabricator took longer than expected.
A major kitchen remodel is an ordeal. You go three or four weeks with no sink or dishwasher. There’s dust everywhere, even with the plastic wall they put up to keep it out. Washing dishes in the bathtub is no fun. I designated a spare room as a temporary kitchen, and Kerry moved the fridge and microwave in there for me.
I had many detailed requests that were probably a lot fussier than the average customer. Kerry’s crew was on top of every one of them, making sure I was completely satisfied. I had a special request for an island countertop that would slide back and forth. With 350 pounds of granite, this isn’t an easy request. Kerry designed it and built it. At the unveiling, I had old ladies moving it back and forth with one finger, yet it locks in place easily. I’ve shown off the new kitchen to many friends and they are stunned, it’s just so beautiful! I get up every morning, turn on the new under-cabinet lights, pour my coffee, and smile at the look of the granite.