Maryland and Delaware Kitchen Remodeling—Get Help from the Pros
The kitchen is one of the most-traveled rooms in the house, so it should be somewhere that you want to be. If your kitchen is cramped, dark, or short on storage space, then maybe now is the time to consider designing a new kitchen.
We can help! Kitchen remodeling services have been a core part of our business for decades, and we aren’t scared of taking on the most comprehensive kitchen remodel plans you have. We handle major renovations up to and including tearing the whole thing out and rebuilding fresh.
What Can I Do with a Major Kitchen Renovation?
With a major renovation, you could completely remake your kitchen. You could tear out a few walls and double the size. You could replace a grimy wall with a row of gleaming floor-to-ceiling windows. You could tear out that old laminate and throw down some classic ceramic tiles.
Our team can handle every aspect of planning and executing a full kitchen remodeling project. From refacing, kitchen countertops, and backsplashes to appliance upgrades and Internet-of-things functionality, our team is ready to bring your dream design to life.
Do you need a little help bringing your vision together? Our team can handle the complete redesign of your new custom kitchen. Our design team uses 3D images to give you a preview of your new construction, so you can approve or revise those new cabinets and other updates with confidence.
We have completed many kitchen remodeling jobs, so we have many examples to show you of our amazing kitchens. Our high-quality materials can be experienced before in our showroom.
Throughout our years of experience in this area, we have mastered many of the most popular features in modern kitchens. We can help you keep up with the newest trends in faucets, kitchen cabinets, flooring, and more.
Speak to us about improving natural light, air quality, and energy efficiency in your kitchen.
Remodeling and Renovating Experience You can Trust
You want to work with experienced professionals when you’re renovating your kitchen. Our building professionals have been handling renovations and remodeling for more than 25 years. We’ve worked directly with homeowners many times.
Our experience includes major home remodeling and whole custom home construction. Remodeling was a part of our early business, including bathroom remodeling and bathroom design.
Our family business is more reliable than the average general contractor. We care about our reputation and work to protect it.
We’ve been involved in hundreds of home improvement jobs that required kitchen renovations, and we bring the value of that experience to every job.
You don’t want an amateur to handle your kitchen design. Factors like gas pipes, plumbing, and open flames all make kitchens one of the most complex areas of a home renovation.
A significant number of floods and fires start in the kitchen. Choose experienced kitchen remodeling contractors like Excel Builders to get experienced eyes on your designs. If we see a problem, we can warn you before the building starts.
Builders Who Stick to Your Plan
You always get what you want when you work with Excel Builders. While we’re happy to offer our expertise when it comes to planning the new look for your kitchen, it all comes down to what you want.
We use every ounce of our experience to execute your vision and leave you with a kitchen with craftsmanship that you’ll be proud to show off.
We have also developed a lot of expertise when it comes to building green kitchens. Do you want to build a top-notch kitchen that also saves you money on your electric bill? Call us to learn more.
Get the Best Kitchen You’ve Ever Seen
Ready to start working on your custom kitchen? Our team would love to hear from you. You can contact us through the phone number or contact form here on our site. We’d love to hear from you no matter where you are on your new kitchen design journey.
Our team is available to help in both Maryland in Delaware. Contact us from throughout the state. We’ve helped in Middletown, the Wilmington area, and dozens of other cities.
Energy consumption is the biggest problem, followed very closely by bad ventilation and bad lighting.
The most energy-intensive room in the house is the kitchen. The number one problem with conventional kitchen remodels is oversized and energy-inefficient appliances. The U.S. Green Building Council’s “10 Ways to Make Your Kitchen More Resource Efficient” offers suggestions on finding the appropriate sized appliances and other tips to save money and energy in your kitchen remodel.
Energy is often wasted as the result of poor appliance choices, including dishwashers that can use way more water than is actually needed per wash. The paint and stain used for walls and cabinetry often contain toxic chemicals that are constantly emitting.
Many flooring and insulation materials contain formaldehyde which is toxic to the human body, and overconsumption of energy due to poor natural lighting and ventilation are quite common. Poor ventilation also leads to poor air quality.
The supplies you use to clean with are also a big factor; ammonia and bleach are toxic chemicals, and can be replaced with environmentally friendly cleaning products that work just as well.
Having a well-ventilated and naturally lit kitchen will have an immediate effect on your mental well-being. The physical health benefits come from not being exposed to harmful chemicals, which do have an effect on our bodies.
Yes, even though this are could use more study and resources the fact is that there are numerous studies that have been and are still being conducted that show the connection between hazardous chemical exposure and mental impairment and/or disabilities. Check out Green Building Costs and Financial Benefits, a report from the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative for more information.
Whenever possible we are using repurposed materials which save you money. Energy efficient appliances; your freezer, dishwasher, and microwave will all of course have a much lower operating cost.
With a plentiful amount of natural lighting there is less need to turn the lights on, and finally using non-toxic cleaning agents and having good ventilation can reduce the risk of respiratory illnesses.
Double paned, argon insulated windows are a great energy saver and windows traditionally lose a lot of energy.
Having a composting container near a food prep area is a great way to cut down on your waste stream; compost can then later be used to fertilize your garden; a dish-drawer dishwasher, which is great for smaller loads.