J&R Renovators, LLC has provided remodeling services for over twenty years supporting both the commercial and residential sectors, while specializing in kitchen and baths. We provide continuous builder-client communication, quality workmanship, personalized attention to every detail, construction time-line and price break down in all our renovation projects.
Kitchen and Bath Remodeling
J & R Renovators specializes in Kitchen and Bath Remodeling. We are certified through the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) which means we have the education and training to provide you with a quality remodel. “The hallmark for kitchen and bath professionals, NKBA certification is based on in-depth testing and extensive industry experience." (NKBA University) The certification also requires annual education requirements which means we are up to date on the latest trends and continuously learning how to improve our skills to provide exceptional service to our clients.
Aging-in-place remodeling is home modification that allows the owner the ability to live in their home independently as they age and needs change. J&R Renovators are Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist that can help you design your home for your lifespan. However, you don't have to sacrifice your design choices for functionality. As a Certified Aging-in-Place Specialist, we have the experience and expertise to remodel your home so it is a barrier-free and aesthetically pleasing. A few examples of aging-in place remodeling are pull-out shelving, curbless showers so there is nothing to step over, and wider doors that accommodate wheelchairs and walkers.
Going green while remodeling your home means considering the impact your home will have on the environment and human health. For example in the kitchen there are green choices for cabinets and flooring. There are also other aspects that remodelers will investigate such as looking at the outside walls for drafts and making sure the vent hood is removing the polluted air to the outside.
"Green remodeling is more energy-efficient, more resource-conserving, healthier for occupants and more affordable to create, operate and maintain." (David Johnston and Kim Master, Green Remodeling: Changing the World One Room at a Time).