We don’t only do good work, we understand that it’s often the little things that make the most difference when completing kitchen and bath projects. Read the comments from thrilled Kitchen Tune-Up clients who have had their expectations remodeled. Find a location nearest you.
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$99 to $249 A Month?
How Is That Possible?!
It's true, we offer way more kitchen for far less money. Our secret is that we can save you thousands on cabinets by repainting, redooring, refacing, so you can save more money for countertops, backsplashes, and flooring.
Even if you want a whole new layout with custom cabinets, we can still save you a lot of money (and time!) compared to traditional remodelers.
In the end, you just won't find a more cost effective way to get the kitchen of your dreams – RIGHT NOW!
Cabinet Redooring - Charlotte, NC - Taube
Let there be light! The young couple who owned this home reached out to us thanks to The Home Mag in hopes of changing their dated kitchen. We swapped the original oak cabinet doors with white shaker doors and new hardware. With the addition of new white countertops, backsplash, and stainless steel appliances, the amount of natural lighting to the new kitchen was a dramatic change!
Customer liked their kitchen but wanted it a bit bigger and it was tired. We eliminated the 1/2 wall, moved the sink run out about 1’, installed a new lazy susan cabinet to make the corner accessible and reconditioned all the existing cabinets. We then added a matching island, new hood, new countertops, backsplash and LVT flooring. Although the flooring looks like natural stone, it is actually luxury vinyl tile. The new kitchen is brighter and up to date. The additional space is just enough to give them room to sit at the new island.
Talk about a refresh! After finding us during their online search, this homeowner reached out in hopes of updating their tired kitchen. The cabinets were redoored with shaker doors painted Haze Supermatte and polished off with sleek simple hardware to replace the white doors and dark knobs. Subway tile backsplash, a farmhouse sink and new white countertops finished off this modernized space!
This was a truly custom project as the customer like most of their kitchen but wanted some major “tweaks”. We moved the peninsula out to give them more room in the kitchen and added a lazy susan in the corner to accomplish this. We also added a very decorative island with a wine fridge, roll-out trash unit and a sitting area where they could sit and drink their coffee in the morning. We added an overhang on the peninsula countertop to allow seating on the back side. We removed the cabinet over the range and installed a chimney hood and relocated the microwave in a cabinet left of the fridge to get it off of the countertops. Lastly we reconditioned all the cabinets bringing them into like new condition so the kitchen had a new look and feel.
Customer had outdated RTF cabinets and a wall that blocked their interaction with the den. We removed the wall and opened the kitchen. Replaced all the cabinets with high quality, white shaker maple cabinet with much more storage then their previous cabinets allowed. We replaced the built in pantry with a large cabinet pantry cabinet with roll-out trays that significantly increased their storage space in that corner. The small piece of furniture was replaced with cabinets allowing for a coffee bar. The raised bar on the island was cut down to countertop height to make for more work space both on the island and the wall separating the kitchen from the den. We used stacked cabinets to extend the cabinets to the 9’ ceiling and put glass in the upper cabinet doors.
This homeowner had a 70’s kitchen with plywood doors and cabinets that were painted over the years. We installed new cabinets in a Dover style. Grey cabinets are very popular right now and by adding new granite countertops, a tile backsplash and new flooring, it gave the kitchen a more modern look. For increased functionality we added roll-out trays in the utility cabinet, a roll-out trash container and a pull-out spice rack.