530 Wellington Ave., Cranston, RI 02910
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  • What type of return on investment can I expect from remodeling my kitchen when I sell my home?
    • Kitchen remodel: 85%
    • Bathroom remodel: 80%
  • What is the schedule?
    • Meet with one of our talented Design Specialists to come up with an initial layout
    • Select the components for your remodel: cabinets, finishes, hardware, countertops, backsplash, flooring etc.
    • Our Design Specialist will go to your location to take measurements
    • Meet with the Design Specialist to review the proposed layout, make any revisions to the plan and proceed with the remodel
  • Are installers licensed & insured?


  • What is the lead time on cabinets?

    Once you approve your final design and order your cabinets it will take approximately 2-3 weeks for them to arrive.

  • What is the countertop installation process?

    Next the counter top will be templated and then the fabricator will cut it to match your specifications. Once the template has been made it will be 2 – 2 ½ weeks for the countertop to be completed, then the installation will take place.

  • What are the most popular countertop material options?
    • Granite is a natural stone whose beautiful mottling and patterns found in nature make each piece one of a kind. It stands up well to splashes, knife nicks, heat and other wear and tear. However, like most stone, granite must be sealed every so often to avoid stains. And its heaviness means you'll need very sturdy cabinet boxes to support the weight.
    • Quartz is an engineered made of resin and quartz chips tinted with color, offering a wide range of colors and patterns. It is nonporous so it resists staining and does not harbor bacteria or viruses making it easy to clean.
    • Solid Surface is made primarily from acrylic and polyester and offers a wide range of colors and patterns. Because it is nonporous, it's virtually maintenance free — no sealing or special cleaning required. Although it can be susceptible to scratches and burns, those are easy to sand out.
    • Soapstone has a natural softness and depth that fits very well with older and cottage-style homes. It usually starts out light to medium gray, but it will darken with time. Soapstone typically needs to be polished with oil to keep it in top shape.
    • Laminate is made of paper blended with resins and fused to particle board. Today’s laminate is a far cry from that of the past, with designs give the appearance stone, butcher block and other pricier surfaces. It is low maintenance, easy to clean and because it is light weight it doesn’t require the support of a thick base cabinet. However, because of the raw particle board core, you can't use laminate with undermount sinks.
  • What is the main difference between Stock, Semi-Custom, and Custom cabinets?
    • With Stock cabinets are generally affordable and have a quick delivery time because they are pre-manufactured (mass produced). However your selections regarding style, size, shape and wood color is limited.
    • Semi-Custom cabinets are essentially stock cabinets with limited options to change some of the features such as size, and also offer extra detailing options.
    • Custom cabinets tend to be expensive, labor intensive, and may take weeks or months to complete.
  • How much will my remodel cost?

    There is no one answer for this as each design is unique and the multiple variables you decide on for your design will have be reflected in the final price.