Kitchen Remodeling in Baltimore
We offer design services and cabinetry from Holiday Kitchens, Ultracraft, and Bridgewood Cabinetry. These are custom and semi-custom cabinetry lines. Select from a wide variety of Kohler sinks and faucets. Looking for cabinet discounts or quality but less expensive cabinets? With fewer choices cost is under control with our Ultracraft Vision and River Run Cabinetry. Need more storage? Products focused on storage are as abundant as ever. We can help sort through them and increase your storage and efficiency.
Thomson Remodeling has provided Baltimore metro area customers with custom kitchen remodeling since 1982. We are a member of the National kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and the BKBG buying group. As a BKBG member, we offer our customers more choices and more buying power.
Not all kitchen contractors are alike. Need to move a wall? Install a beam? Add a room? We have the technical skill and expertise to turn your dated kitchen into your dream kitchen. We didn't just add kitchen services; we've been doing this for over thirty-five years.
Visit our kitchen and bath showroom at 505 W Cold Spring Ln
Please call us for a free, in-home consultation. Ideas but no kitchen plan? Design services are available. (410) 889-7391.
Our client purchased a condo in the Tuscany-Canterbury neighbor of Baltimore city over the summer. The existing kitchen in the unit had been recently remodeled, but it was done poorly with cheap builder's grade cabinetry, basic appliances and faux granite laminate tops. The workmanship on the tile floor was not up to our client's or our standards. With big gaps between the tile and the door jambs, the tile had to be redone as well.
Our client recently moved to the Baltimore area and had had a love affair with her New York kitchen which she left behind. We were referred to her by the original cabinet companies, one of our long time suppliers. The space was being prepared by a General contractor James Huber and Co. And all we had to do was squeeze a big kitchen into a some what smaller space.
This kitchen needed some work !! We were called in to increase the efficiency, function and appearance of a kitchen that had been added in the mid fifties judging by the materials and cabinets used. The layout was poor, the appliances seemed to sit in the middle of the floor, there was no counter space, the ceiling was too low in half of the room since “the easy way out” had been taken when installing the previously added steel support . The flat roof above leaked and ponded water the traffic flow was poor since the kitchen door was the main home entrance from the rear garage, and intruded into the work areas. Our investigation of the structure indicated an addition in an addition which is always a remodeler’s nightmare . The sub floor was on three different levels and there was a large hump over the original foundation where settlement had occurred.