Over the years, the kitchen has gained popularity as the central, most important room in any home. It enjoys, in most cases, round the clock patronage. Starting from a very early morning breakfast to a late-night snack, the kitchen is a loyal witness to any drama in life. Whether preparing an important meal for a client or family, surprising a loved one on a special occasion or making a special dinner for the grandchildren, the kitchen is always there.
So, when it comes to planning for a kitchen remodeling project, there are a lot of things to consider so that it will become a room where everybody will feel comfortable and welcome.
At Lincorp / Borchert, we want your remodeled kitchen to be a perfect combination of good looks and effective functionality.
The kitchen above features a pop of color with the bold red island. White shaker style cabinets are stacked to the ceiling with lighted glass for display. Long stainless cabinet pulls add a modern touch to the space.
The next picture shows a large traditional kitchen featuring two islands, one with seating and an open bookcase on the end. Cherry cabinets sit on the quartz countertops to hide small appliance. A full quartz backsplash behind the cooktop allows for easy clean up.
This project that follows is a beautiful Oakland Township Kitchen Remodeling project done at one of your neighbors creating an eloquent remodeled kitchen to be a perfect combination of good looks and functionality. No details were left untouched.
And this next gorgeous project is a Rochester Hills Kitchen Remodel which speaks for itself.
The following is a Kitchen Remodeling project in West Bloomfield. This project also has a beautiful bathroom remodel too.
The following is a project for Kitchen Remodeling in the Sterling Heights area.
In the kitchen below, you will find a few different styles of kitchen remodeling projects. The first one is of a large two-tone kitchen with dark stained cherry cabinets and painted island. A wall was removed to make room for lots of seating at the new island.
The following is an all-white shaker style kitchen with a strip of glass tile inserted into the ceramic tile backsplash.
In this last kitchen remodel project, we show a modern transitional kitchen with flat slab maple cabinet doors. White quartz countertops and white textured backsplash give this kitchen a simple and clean look.
Kitchen remodeling is one of the biggest and most important changes in every home. It reflects the homeowner’s dream, needs, style, and wishes. The perfect kitchen remodel project has a well-balanced design so it fits everyday usage.
Contact Lincorp today so that we can schedule an appointment to help make your Kitchen Remodeling dreams come true.
“Right from the beginning, we were shown a timeline of the work schedule which was adhered to as much as possible. I also appreciated the expertise and suggestions of what is available in cabinet design and function, faucet, lighting, materials for countertop and backsplash. I also appreciated the fact that my needs/wants in a kitchen were listened to and incorporated.”
Frank & Maria G
“I love my kitchen and have received numerous positive comments from family and friends.”
Jim & Kathy R
“Lincorp did our complete kitchen renovation. Ron asked our priorities, created a design, then gave us a quote which included allowances for things like countertops, faucet, cabinetry, and told us sources to shop for our choices. Throughout the job he was responsive, on schedule, and on budget. We were very pleased and have recommended Lincorp to several others.”
“Where to begin: – All the tradesmen were very good at what they did. – Everyone’s willingness to listen to our concerns and opinions and insuring they were met. – Ease to contact Borchert’s or Jim Orlando and get answers very quickly.
6 months later we love the kitchen as much, if not more so, than the day it was completed. The layout has worked out exactly how we anticipated! The look and function are perfect for us. Thanks again!! :-)”
Jack & Chris D
“My kitchen and bath look beautiful and the project was completed on the day they said it would be.”
“I really liked the fact that Borchert Building helped us design the kitchen and helped us pick out the materials. They went out of their way to pick materials up for us. They were able to help us pull our ideas out rather quickly.”
Mary & Steve G
“Overall, very pleased with the quality of work and professionalism with this company. Excellent communication during the design and renovating stage. Contractors used were very professional. Worked within our budget.”
“Borchert Kitchen & Bath completely renovated our 1950’s ranch galley kitchen and solved all of our space and design issues. They performed most of the work while we were out of town and everything went smoothly. Ronda, our design consultant had great ideas and listened to our requests. The work was done within the time and budget parameters. I would recommend them without reservation.”
“Professional and friendly staff, suggested great ideas for my kitchen remodel. Workmanship was exceptional, project started and finished as promised. Everyone who worked on my projected did a fantastic job.”
“I am most satisfied with how effective my kitchen is now. I was able to have a family sit down together for Thanksgiving this year but beforehand, I couldn’t do that. My kitchen is just gorgeous. I don’t mind doing work in my kitchen now. Even my relatives told me it was fun to be in the kitchen on Thanksgiving. Before it was small, but now it feels three times as big.
I love my bathroom and my kitchen. We had the tub removed and a stall put in the bathroom; my husband had knee surgery and his physical therapist said the bathroom was great for older people who are handicap. The bathroom is set up so that is useable.”
“Lincorp Construction completed the project in a timely, professional and expert manner. They were prompt and efficient, leaving little to no lapses between phases of the project. Ron Jedwab was a pleasure to work with- he brought in an excellent kitchen designer and the two of them really listened to my wishes and needs for my kitchen and incorporated them into the design. When minor mishaps occurred, such as a leaky pipe which warped the wood, Ron immediately apologized, fixed the problem and replaced the damaged piece. Any changes to the original plan were discussed and then finalized in writing so there were no surprises.
Some of the actual contractors were easier to work with than others, but all did their job professionally. I am thrilled with my new kitchen and incredulous that it was completed in the time and budget frame that we initially agreed upon.”
“After hearing dozens of horror stories about the remodeling process, dreaded the thought of re-doing my kitchen. But, as it was over thirty years old and no longer functional, couldn’t put it off any longer. I visited several kitchen remodeling businesses and talked to three Contractors before choosing Lincorp to do the job.
I was more than pleased with every aspect of the project. Ron Yedwab worked with me, making me a part of the project and kept me involved from step one through to completion. He took the time to understand and help me define exactly what I needed and then worked with me to fit those things into my budget. He coordinated the project from beginning to end. Electricians, plumbers, flooring, tile and cabinet installers completed their projects directly according to the projected schedules. The portions of the house that were not involved, were completely protected from al/ the construction work so that life could continue in a fairly normal manner. The end product was exactly what wanted and I am thrilled.”