We get a lot of testimonials from customers who are eager to show how their kitchen turned out, but this one stood out. Not only did the kitchen turn out great with our mocha shaker kitchen cabinets, but Matt also shows just how much value our cabinets can add to your house. Whether you are investing for the future, or just remodeling to sell, how would you like to add an extra $30,000 in value over what you put into the kitchen? I know I would. Here is what Matt had to say:
Just wanted to share our kitchen model experience with you.
I understand there is a contest in November for the best remodel.
We are a younger family that moved into an older (1935) with the idea of fixing it up.
Last fall I spoke to several contractors whom told me to plan on spending between 40-60 thousand for a remodel of my kitchen.
That seemed really far our of my price range so I decided to act as general contractor, pricing out each job & material seperately.
The job costs came to around the $18,500 thx in large part to your well made well priced cabinets.
Remind you this includes new electrical, plumbing work, construction costs, windows, skylight, dishwasher & hood, tile backsplash, floor refinishing, drywall, etc.
My only thoughts were I’d wish you had those bamboo ECO option cabinets last fall and I wish these were made closer to the USA, like in Mexico or South America (keep labor closer to the USA).
I used one of your end cap cabinets for the front of dishwasher to give it that built in look — barely know its there.
Shortly after the remodel we refinanced the house (to eliminate PMI and because the rates had dropped) and it boosted the house value well over $50,000
Let me know what you think and feel free to use these on your website.