I want to thank your team for the wonderful renovation just completed on our kitchen. We can’t say enough about all the hard work that Scott, James (Jimbo), Brian, Travis, Matt, Austin and Zach did to turn an early 80’s dated country kitchen into an updated and functional modern workspace.
After contacting your company, Scott called within a few hours to discuss our new kitchen. He scheduled to come to the house and meet with my fiancé and I a couple of days later. Scott and James came to the house and looked at the dated floor plan and then asked what was ‘our vision’. We had already thought out the vision prior to their visit. Our vision was developed about two and a half years earlier, but thanks to COVID and rising lumber costs that vision was shelved. Scott and James listened to our ideas and even gave needed advice and changes that would better fit our overall final project.
Scott and James made us feel at ease, like we had known them for years. That feeling of being comfortable with them, helped us to decide to get the kitchen renovated. Scott sent the cost estimate for the work that we were looking to have done and we were quite happy with the pricing and asked when they could start on this major project. Scott said that it would be soon, and ideas started to fly back and forth between Scott, James, Debbie (fiancé) and myself. It wasn’t long before we had the new island, wall cabinet/coffee area, and the other components all finalized. That was the easiest design process I have ever gone through.
James then brought his team to the house and started demo and deciding what needed to be worked on first and so on. Once the components were in place, colors chosen, and all finalized, the manual labor started to turn ‘our vision’ into a reality! Scott kept us apprised of what to expected and when to expected through out the renovation. James, Brian, Travis and Matt all made fast work getting the new wall unit and island in place. Then the trim and crown molding were installed. Special shout out to Brian for figuring out a way to tie the crown molding from the bay window into the cabinets. Not only was a custom sized block of wood a corner piece to tie the two segments together, but it also added a unique feature that was simple yet elegant at the same time. (Thanks Brian) Before we knew it our quartz countertops were in, and the kitchen was really taking on ‘our vision’. Travis and Matt worked to make sure the kitchen was isolated from the rest of the house. Even though it looked like Dexter was going to come visit, the cabinets were ready for paint. The painting was done on the inside and outside of the existing cabinets so well that it looked like we had new cabinet boxes installed. The wall unit and island paint looked just as fabulous. ‘Our vision’ was nearly complete. Hardware, doors and drawers finished the cabinet construction. Austin and Zach came in and installed the new subway tile backsplash and tied the entire project together. Other than a few lighting updates that we are having done, ‘our vision’ was exactly how we wanted our kitchen to look.
Thank you to your team and all the people at Nhance for the greatest renovation experience we could have had. We are in love with our new kitchen and feel that we made some new friends with our project! Don’t worry, it won’t end with the kitchen, we are already talking about updating the office/study room with a large bookcase wall unit and shelving. When we do decide to do that project, Nhance will get the call to make it happen. Thanks again for your great company!!!
Chris Ruhf and Debbie Wood