This month has been busy month for us – we have hired three new employees and have had several kitchen orders. We would like to officially welcome our new Sales Representative, Kim Simeonoff. Kim has years of experience in sales, and we are glad to have her on our staff! Also a quick shout-out to our new shop employees – Jake is working at the face frame table and Brandon is learning how to build cabinets.
Also new to this month – we are going to be participating in the Grants Pass and Medford Home Shows this year as a part of the Home Builder’s Association. Look for our booth at the Jackson County Fair Grounds on
Project of the Week:
Our project of the week is a paint grade white kitchen that is over 100 linear feet of cabinets (definitely a large kitchen). One of the focal points of this kitchen is the 14 foot long island that will be used for entertaining. Another beautiful custom feature of this kitchen will be the custom hood box above the range. Stay tuned for the installation photos next week!
We like to remember the jobs we have done in the past by going out after the remodel is complete and taking some photos. The below kitchen is a rustic hickory kitchen with natural finish and shaker doors and slab drawers. One of the unique features of this kitchen are the tall glass pantry doors. We are pleased to report that this customer is still just as happy with her kitchen 6 months later as she was on day one.
We love to support our local businesses, especially being one ourselves! This week we would like to do a business highlight on Redwood Glass. We have been working with Tom and the Redwood Glass family for several years now, and we would never go anywhere else. They get orders done quickly and efficiently, and Tom is a joy to work with. Their pricing is fair, and their variety of glass gives our customers a lot to choose from when picking out glass for their cabinet doors. Redwood Glass also installs shower doors, windshields, house windows, and more! Give them a call at , or visit them at . We appreciate you, Redwood Glass!
Thanks for reading, and stay tuned for our blog post next week!
Blessings & Health,