A New Day, a New Year, A New Kitchen

A past customer of J Carsten Remodeling recently wrote a letter involving their kitchen remodel.

“My wife and I had finally saved enough money to remodel our 1950s-era kitchen. We Homerwere anxiously awaiting a New Kitchen. We watched the sales for new cupboards and countertops, and I was convinced that my son and I could install them ourselves. My wife, who has a better handle on carpentry skills than I do, had different ideas. She told me, “You can install the cabinets in our kitchen when I can start sewing the suits that you wear to school!” She had made her point; this was not something I could do myself. Within a week, we had hired a contractor.” Ric

handsThe point of the letter that Ric wrote was to know and understand your limitations. When J Carsten Remodeling starts planning a kitchen remodel, we confirm with our trade partners how much time will be needed to compete the required tasks. We also have a very good idea how long it will take to complete the tasks we do in-house. We could do most electrical, plumbing, drywall, etc for our projects, but we know that the professionals we hire will get the job done quicker, and most likely do a better job. In the end, we want to provide the best product in the most efficient manner possible.

Good Luck

Jason- J Carsten Remodeling

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