Are you looking for Kitchen Remodel Contractors nearby?
If so you are in the right place!
There's no need to search for anything here.
Simply click on any of the google map red pins below for the location's address and direction.
Before you decide to visit the location, it's best to give them a call to verify if they are indeed still around, just to be sure.
You can look up their contact number on Google Maps by clicking on the "View larger map" link on the red pin you just clicked earlier.
When was the last time you heard of a great experience someone had a great experience with a kitchen remodeling contractor? A kitchen remodeling contractor who just blew a friend, a neighbor, or a family away with his professionalism?
Okay, now, think of a time when you heard something bad about a contractor? A botched remodel, or a kitchen remodel from hell, or a contractor who shamelessly ripped everyone off.
Which of those two scenarios have you heard the most often? I'd wager that you've heard way more horror stories than you have success stories. Bad news travels fast and no one talks about all the planes that successfully landed, am I right?
The truth is that there are a lot of bad general contractors and kitchen remodeling contractors out there. When you are on the hunt for a contractor to remodel your kitchen (or anything else) there are a lot of things to watch out for, to beware of, and to just plain avoid.
Don't use an unlicensed contractor. It is really that simple.
A contractor's license insures that your contractor has met the basic requirements to be a general contractor. Almost every state in the United States requires a contractor to be licensed, and to obtain a license must typically demonstrate knowledge of construction, proper safety, and labor laws.
Hiring a kitchen remodeling contractor without a license isn't asking for trouble. It is actively inviting trouble to find you and damage your property. And expose you, the homeowner, to legal liabilities.
Solution: Ask a contractor for his license number (most contractors will have their lic. number prominently displayed on their business cards, ads, or websites) and verify that license with your state's licensing board. For instance, in California, you'd call or go to the CSLB's website to verify a contractor's license.
A free estimate is a standard request for any type of remodel or home improvement. An estimate should be provided in writing and should be thoroughly itemized.
If you run across a contractor who doesn't provide estimates, find another contractor. If you run across a kitchen remodeling contractor who provides estimates, but insists on charging you for an estimate, run away. Run far away.
Asking and receiving references for past work are a standard request when hiring any type of contractor. A general contractor should be able to provide several verifiable references and a portfolio of work.
And if a kitchen remodeler can't or just won't provide verifiable references? Yep. You got it. Walk away. Check out our homepage.