General contractor’s often fall into 2 categories:
The first is the kind that works primarily as a project manager. They mostly hire laborers and sub-contractors and organize things. The second is the kind that works in many areas of construction or spends time specializing in 1 specific trade. Then, they extend their services to handle more aspects of remodeling. They do really good work and if they have a specialty, that part of the project is often done exceptionally well.
All aspects of a kitchen remodel are important and depending on the project it may include: framing, plumbing, electrical, tile, drywall, painting, stone fabrication, cabinets and more. They all need to be done correctly, in the right order and in such a matter as to function together properly and complement each other. Of all these things cabinets are of primary importance. They’re they most prominent item in a kitchen.
JP Storm started out working for a general contractor doing work in many different fields of construction and working as a project manager. After doing this for years we started specializing in finish carpentry, building high end custom cabinets and entertainment centers before founding Lovely Kitchens and moving to full kitchen remodels and larger remodel projects. We have a solid understanding of construction and an eye for detail.
Things are done correctly, up to code, on time, and on budget, and of course, he’s licensed, bonded, and insured.