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Penn Kitchen + Bath offers a wide range of services — from simple upgrades to complete overhauls — so we can tailor our services to perfectly fit your needs.
You will never have to worry about our effectiveness and integrity. Our endgame is to leave you excited about your project and fascinated with the home you live in.
Our experienced team will work with you every step of the way to ensure that your renovation goes smoothly and stays within budget. Come see us today and let us help you create the kitchen of your dreams!
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We offer top-quality cabinets, specializing in top semi-custom and full custom cabinets that are paired with incredible countertop brands to create a variety of flexible design options! Our extensive product line provides customers with the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of beautiful, high-quality kitchen cabinetry and countertops.
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As a leading design-build firm providing home design & renovation services throughout Philadelphia & the surrounding suburbs, we pride ourselves on our quality & service. We will work with you to meet your timeline & budget needs, while providing an unparalleled customer experience.
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The discovery consultation gives us the opportunity to learn more about your space and provides us with a better understanding of what you have in mind for it. We will walk through the #PennProcess we use to help create remodeling ideas that are unique to you, in line with your needs, goals, and preferences. Any questions or concerns you might have about moving forward will be addressed at this stage; it’s important for everyone to feel comfortable so we can prepare an effective plan for your space.
Decades of Experience, Perfect Design
We create custom plans tailored to your wants, needs, and home’s potential. In our Design-Build model, we can provide an accurate expectation of cost upfront, which means you have a much better understanding before we get started.
Treating Your Home with Respect
We handle all the aspects of your project’s execution, from start to finish. We do this by sticking mostly to our own infrastructure and employing an active approach during the process. This helps us maintain high levels of transparency when it comes down to communicating with you about project elements like phases and tasks.
Frequently Asked Questions
A great kitchen is worth investing in – and the whole process can be surprisingly fun! When you first start considering a project, there’s a lot of info to take in. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to get started by putting together an informative guide so you can learn more about the overall process and some important considerations when starting off. Furthermore, you can find answers to some of the most common questions that customers have below.
There are a wide variety of materials available for countertops, each with its own benefits. Granite is a popular choice for its durability and scratch-resistant surface. Marble is another popular option for its elegant appearance and heat-resistant qualities. Other options include quartz, soapstone, concrete, and glass. Each material has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs.
The main difference between granite and quartz countertops is that granite is a natural stone while quartz is an engineered material. Granite countertops are made from 100% natural stone, while quartz countertops are made from 90-95% ground quartz with 5-10% resins and pigments.
Granite is a strong, durable material that is resistant to heat and scratching. However, it does require regular sealing and can be susceptible to staining. Quartz is also a strong, durable material but does not require sealing and is non-porous, making it less likely to stain. Quartz countertops come in a wide variety of colors and patterns because the color pigments can be added during the manufacturing process.
While some homeowners are capable of installing their own countertops, we typically recommend hiring a professional contractor to complete the job. There are a few reasons why it’s usually best to leave countertop installation to the pros:
One, accurate measurements are critical for a successful install and an experienced contractor will know exactly how to measure your space and order the right amount of material. This is especially important if you’re working with a stone or marble countertop which needs to be custom-cut.
Two, installation can be tricky – particularly if you’ve never worked with this type of material before. A professional will have the necessary tools and experience to get the job done quickly and correctly, ensuring that your project is done right the first time.
To keep your countertops looking new for years to come, be sure to seal them after installation with a quality sealer. After that, clean them with a gentle soap and water solution on a regular basis. avoid using harsh chemicals or scrubbing too hard, as this can damage the surface of the countertops. Finally, use a damp cloth to remove any spills or messes as soon as they occur.
Most people tend to spend between $100 and $200 per square foot for a new countertop installation. However, depending on the materials you choose and the complexity of the installation, this cost could vary significantly.
For example, if you want a natural stone countertop like granite or marble, you can expect to pay more than if you select a man-made material like laminate. Similarly, if your installation involves complicated cuts or extra work like installing a sink or backsplash, your total cost will be higher.