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You CAN Have a Custom Dream Kitchen

What’s in a dream kitchen?

Brien Naylor founded Courtyard Kitchens after working as an installer for several supply stores and remodeling companies. He witnessed customers often waiting months before their kitchens were complete despite being promised timely delivery and installation.

Often, measurements taken by a project manager were incorrect, forcing Brien to create a work-around or return the material to the warehouse for replacement. This was an unnecessary delay. Plus, the price of many kitchens was considerably more than it would have been if Brien had done everything.

Courtyard Kitchens is now in its eighth year of delivering dream custom kitchens the old fashioned way, each according to its needs and on-time. Brien meets initially with each prospective customer for a detailed site visit.

It isn’t just taking measurements and asking a few questions, but listening to your input, the most important step in the process of building your dream kitchen. It really starts with you.

Do you want a larger work area? Are there walls you would like removed?  Which kind of cabinets do you like? Which type of counter tops do you want? What about a back splash?

There are a variety of ways to fill space tastefully. Brien will explore alternatives with you to help you crystallize your plan. And, he’ll explain the differences in products and brands, including the benefits of each.

Brien will generate a rough drawing of the desired layout of your new kitchen reflecting your preferences and input. He’ll give that information to Emily, our in-house designer, and then she will create a preliminary design with cost estimate for your new kitchen.

A Courtyard Kitchens site check and meeting with Brien is the most important step to making your dream kitchen come true.

Call us or fill out the Request form on our Contact page to get started.