Minneapolis-area Home Remodeling Firm Celebrates 25 Years in Business

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In May, the home remodeling firm Preferred Kitchens, which serves Minneapolis and the Twin Cities region, will mark its 25th anniversary, according to company President and co-founder Jim Loren.

In May, the home remodeling firm Preferred Kitchens, which serves Minneapolis and the Twin Cities region, will mark its 25th anniversary, according to company President and co-founder Jim Loren.

"It's a moment in time to thank thousands of customers who have trusted us with their home remodeling projects," says Loren. "And to salute my co-founder, Mark Klosterman, who has always been an inspired kitchen designer, project manager, and business partner."

Klosterman says, "Preferred Kitchens grew over the past 25 years as homeowners discovered they, well, 'preferred kitchens' that were designed for their needs. I've heard it said that kitchens and bathrooms have gone from utilitarian to utopian. Jim Loren and I are both designers who believe that that function creates as much joy as décor, and neither cancels out the other."

Preferred Kitchens is poised for a second 25 years of remodeling in Minneapolis, St Paul and the region. Two of Loren's sons Benji and Josh are designers and project managers in the firm.

Preferred Kitchens has a 4000 square foot showroom in downtown White Bear Lake. Here is where customers can come in and see many different kitchen and bathroom displays, lots of different countertop options, appliances, a "family room" area that displays options for home theaters and a wet bar, and other ways to remodel the various rooms in your home.

"Twenty-five is the silver anniversary, right?" Loren asks. Klosterman jokes, "Maybe for the month of May we'll feature a silver-framed mirror for remodeled bathrooms, or a custom-made kitchen cabinet for storing silverware."

For media information, contact Jim Loren at 651-407-3131

http://www.preferredkitchens.com

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