Kitchen Additions Photo Gallery
At Republic West Remodeling, our clients often ask us: What is the first step in planning a kitchen addition or remodeling project?
Typically, our response is to evaluate your current kitchen space and identify what is (and is not) working. For starters, we often suggest that you think about your ideal kitchen space and the top “wish list” features in your dream kitchen. Once you have some basic ideas, we can help you develop a specific plan based on our many years of experience in remodeling kitchens.
A Little Inspiration
Below, you can browse our photo gallery of previous kitchen additions and remodeling projects for plenty of ideas and inspiration. You also can view our other project galleries to see the wide variety of home addition and remodeling solutions we have completed for our satisfied clients.
What Is the Next Step?
Each phase of our kitchen remodeling process is geared to ensure you are completely satisfied with the outcome. It starts with the initial consultation and planning phase, where we brainstorm together and listen carefully to your goals and ideas.
Our team of home addition contractors and professional kitchen remodelers then provides you with 3-D renderings and design plans that allow you to see what we envision for your space. As work progresses on your kitchen addition, we maintain constant communication and welcome any questions or concerns.
Schedule Your FreeKitchen Addition Consultation Today
An excellent way to transform your house into your dream home is to hear it from other homeowners that have previously added onto their house. Some of our clients have been kind enough to share their stories and experiences.
Contact us today for the highest quality, luxury kitchen additions. Call (480) 428-2695 for your free consultation or contact us online.
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