The key to working with a company like ours, is that we aren’t sub-contracting out parts of your project, we have our own master plumbers, cabinet installers, countertop installers, and we can provide a complete experience...
Silver Spring, MD (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
An up rise on kitchen remodeling projects has been the result of a growing economy in the United States for the past few years. As home owners slowly start to feel more comfortable with their budgets and spending, home improvement projects are on the rise, especially bathroom and kitchen remodels.
Yes, the rise in the economy has a lot to do with people loosening up their bank accounts to take on such projects, but there is something else we think also contributes to that; more and more people are starting to work remotely thus spending “much more” time at home. As mentioned in one article, there are just more people spending more time at home working, cooking, cleaning, exercising, and savoring the more quiet and intimate time in their home bathrooms. It is only logical that people want a more comfortable home not just to live in, but to work in as well.
“When it comes to remodeling your kitchen, there are hundreds of little things that you have to consider. Sometimes – and in most cases - even with the right amount of planning, unforeseen things can come up. The key to working with a company like ours, is that we aren’t sub-contracting out parts of your project, we have our own master plumbers, cabinet installers, countertop installers, and we can provide everything from the kitchen cabinets all the way to the floors, tiles, sink, faucet, and granite or quartz stone for your countertop surface,” says Phil.
New design trends are coming in 2014 and there is much excitement in the industry. “CI’s number one priority is true committed to their customers, and this holiday season will be no different,” says Phil, sales manager.
Counter Intelligence has been in business since 1987 and are expert remodelers. They have been trusted by over 140,000 clients throughout the mid-Atlantic areas. You can read more about their remarkable story at “Journey of a man, his family, and his army.” You can reach them by calling (301) 715-3876.