Recent Review: we had this project in mind since late 2015 and had several contractors come to estimate the job. Well known local contractors gave quite high estimates and refused to consider re-using existing granite countertops. Full Circle's Mark Belland had a different approach - he works in conjunction with an electrical contractor (JRS Southern ) and a general carpentry/plumbing contractor, (RBSloan,Inc) all of them look for efficient and economical ways to complete a project. The bid submitted was much more affordable than we had received from others and the timing was suitable. It took a couple of weeks before actual construction could begin but it was worth the wait. First step was removal of countertops and appliances, followed by demolition of existing cabinets. An outdated "light dome" was removed so the ceiling could be raised from a claustrophobic 7' to a more open and clean-looking 8'. Electrical work was done with new LED recessed lights (14) installed before new dry wall was put up. Framing for a suspended range hood was created and new duct work for the exhaust through the roof was set up. This project extended the cabinets and counters by over 9 feet, so new outlets were installed to supply power all along the work space. When the dry wall and electrical was ready (this took a little over 2 weeks) the new cabinets were brought in and installation started. We could immediately see that we were going to be very happy with our cabinet selection. It took another 2 weeks to bring everything together with all plumbing, lighting, switches, cabinets, accessories and final granite countertops (both reused and matching new) put into place. During our project, our garage was used for staging materials and used as workspace for some operations so cars were outside for the duration. All the contractors were sensitive to the need to clean up at the end of a work day and minimized the dust and debris around the house. We did a lot of cleaning on a daily basis to augment their efforts. The workmanship on the cabinets was meticulous and the fit and finish are excellent. The original estimate of time to complete was 2 to 3 weeks while the actual duration was 4 weeks and 2 days. A number of very insightful suggestions were made by each of the crafts which we incorporated to good effect. While the time it took to complete was wearing, the end result is a delight. Take a look at the pictures to see how it all came out. Stove, island hood, microwave and some granite are new major items.