Kitchen Remodel in Chicago

Brian C

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This loft space in an over 100 year old factory building in the South Loop presented some challenges. Access to the utilities was limited to a single wall at the back of the kitchen space. The concrete floors could not be cut or altered nor could the 12 foot high arched brick ceilings.

“All the other contractors we met with asked what we wanted and we told them. We wanted a walk in pantry and possibly to remove a wall in the kitchen. We wanted new cabinets, counter tops, lighting, etc. We even hired an architect to make a plan for us and it was mostly finished when I had met Marc. Marc did ask want I wanted, but then suggested a few things and tried to change my mind on others. I have to admit that I was less than receptive to the suggestions. He had said that a walk in pantry was a waste of space and that several other pieces of the plan we had were not designed well. He told me that if I wanted he would measure our place and then I could come out and see what his certified kitchen designer Angel could whip up. No obligation. I convinced my wife to at least see what they were offering and we drove out to the showroom. They showed us a three-dimensional rendering that really improved the space. It was well designed in a unique and very stylish way. We were blown away. The price was the most expensive of all the people that we had talked to. There also wasn’t any wiggle room or haggling, the price was the price. They said that the project would take six weeks. They called and said that they were finishing another project a little early and they start the first week in November, and that is when they started. Igor, was meticulous, hardworking and very polite. They worked with my condo association to schedule the cabinets and they removed the garbage every day. The Job was finished on December 18th, Which is a few days ahead of schedule. We could not be more pleased with the work by this company and will recommend them to anyone who asks. In fact, when we redo our bath they will be the first company we call. I put together two videos of the work so you can see the construction “

 Brian C

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Additional Info

  • Project Type: Kitchen Remodeling
  • Project Year: 2018
  • Client Name: Brian C
  • Project Location: Chicago, Illinois

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