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Kitchen Remodeling Services

Have you always wished for an open concept kitchen design? Do you dream of having a large kitchen island? Look no further than T.W. Ellis.

Remodeling your kitchen can change the feel of your entire home. It's a great place to start when you decide it's time for some home improvements but you can't just rearrange the furniture like other rooms. Between the built-in features, cabinets and countertops, and the building codes, utility hook-ups, and safety issues, updating your kitchen is a big job. You need a contractor.

The kitchen is the most used room in a home and not just for cooking, eating, and food related activities.

Form and function in a kitchen design

It's likely your kitchen has many functions such as providing a comfortable gathering place, acting as a home office, or allowing you to multi-task while helping your kids with their homework. That's why it's important to use a remodeling contractor you can trust. T.W. Ellis takes all of your needs and wishes into account. We'll consider the flow, function, organization, safety, convenience and more before providing you with a design that addresses your needs. And, as a design/build firm, you can trust that your remodel will turn out precisely the way you wanted it.

More than your average home improvement

Remodeling your kitchen can improve organization, reduce meal preparation time, and create an inviting environment where you will can enjoy doing the things you love.

Plus kitchen design has changed a lot over the last decade. New products for storage and organization have come on the market, new countertop materials that are easier to clean and safer to use. There are new products and ideas that improve efficiency. By remodeling your kitchen, you can increase the joy your home brings you while improving your lifestyle and increasing the value of your home all at once.

Modern kitchen features

Once you decide it's time to update your kitchen, consider what you like and don’t like about your existing space. Working with our designers, you will likely discover options you didn't know existed but to help you start seeing the possibilities, here are a few of the features we are seeing more of in kitchen remodeling:

Great features to add to you kitchen:

  • Add a second sink for food preparation
  • Add a coffee bar with a sink
  • Furniture style islands and cabinets
  • Built-in appliances
  • Custom tile kitchen backsplashes
  • Bacteria-reducing countertop materials
  • Durable, easy-care flooring materials

If the cost of remodeling your kitchen is your greatest concern, consider keeping the current floor plan, or footprint, of your existing kitchen. This reduces or eliminates the need to move plumbing, gas lines, electrical wiring, or even walls. There are also long term savings and benefits from incorporating energy-efficient appliances and lighting, and water saving products.

Maryland remodeler and owner of T.W. Ellis, Tim Ellis was recognized as the National Association of Home Builders' Remodeler of the Year  Read More

All kitchen remodelers are not created equal

Hiring a kitchen contractor with the right experience and knowledge will also make your budget go farther. When T.W. Ellis designs and builds your kitchen remodel, we know the pitfalls to avoid and the most efficient ways to accomplish your goals. Mistakes are costly and changes midway through a project can effect any budget.

As a Harford County home remodeling firm, T.W. Ellis has been remodeling kitchens in Forest Hill, Havre de Grace, Pikesville, and Baltimore MD since 2002. Let our kitchen designers show you how we can create the perfect kitchen to fit your family, your home, and your life. Call us at 410-420-0740 or click here to contact us today!

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Remodeled kitchen in Harford County, MD.

Get the kitchen design you've always wanted. Contact T.W. Ellis today for kitchen remodeling in Bel Air, Forest Hill, Ellicott City, & Pikesville, Maryland

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