It’s said that the kitchen is the heart of any home and we would agree. Two of the most frequent remodel projects are updates to kitchens and baths. Your Outer Banks kitchen will probably be the room where your best conversations are held and the most memories are made. Our Guide to Outer Banks Kitchen & Bath includes not only contractors that specialize in the projects but includes Cabinets, Glass Companies, and Tile businesses. Note: if you are looking for Kitchen Appliances take a peek at our Furniture and Appliances section. When you want to update or build the most important rooms in your home, you probably want to speak with the experts.
Storage is always at a premium in any home, but nowhere is it more important than your bathroom and especially your kitchen. Custom cabinetry goes a long way to maximizing both the storage capacity as well as the functionality of any Outer Banks kitchen. Further, custom cabinets and storage adds a lot of resale value to a home. Watch any show on HGTV, and the issue of storage always comes up.
Custom glass is used in many homes, from shower enclosures to shelving. That touch of glass creates an elegant and efficient element. We all know that glass is brittle, so having an expert to work with will make your project go better. These are the folks to speak with.
Your kitchen is probably the most complicated part of any construction project. Water and electricity come together in this room, and if not done right can lead to many issues. Throw in storage, counter tops, work space, flooring, appliances, work flow and you can see why there are contractors that specialize in kitchens and baths. Do yourself a favor and talk to a specialist to get the most important room in your home, right!
Tile work includes more than flooring and it usually takes a specialist to make it right. Because of the repetitive pattern intrinsic to tile installation, the slightest error is readily apparent. You definitely need a professional. Additionally, there has been a bit of a recent renaissance in tile with all kinds of new finishes and styles that can dramatically alter the appearance and functionality for any installation. Again, we recommend that you speak with a specialist.