Top-Rated Home Remodeling Experts in Springdale, OH
Are you considering a Springdale, Ohio, kitchen or bath remodel, but are hesitant to begin? You, like most of us, may have heard stories about remodels gone wrong and may be unsure of the actual process of a renovation. It is natural to have a fear of the unknown and anxiety about taking the plunge into a kitchen or bath remodel. It is important to realize, however, that when you choose a company with a stellar reputation—one which inspires trust, and one well-known for integrity and honesty—your stress levels can be significantly minimized.
Countertops and Cabinetry by Design is that Ohio company. Working with such a well-respected company is sure to calm your fear of beginning your renovation project. You may be contemplating replacing only your countertops, only your cabinets (or only replacing a sink or faucet), or all of the above for a major renovation. This may be your time to dream big and to let Countertops and Cabinetry by Design help those dreams come true.
Springdale, Ohio, is a Hamilton County city in Ohio, with a population of about 11,213 as of 2017. Downtown Cincinnati is located twenty miles to the south of Springdale. Springdale was originally named Springfield, however, the name was changed to Springdale in 1971. Springdale is bordered by I-75 and has both well-maintained residential neighborhoods as well as a highly developed industrial and commercial community. The “daytime” population of Springdale is more than 30,000, due to the more than 1,500 national and local businesses in the city.
Those in Springdale have easy access to two major international airports, the nation’s railway system, and four major interstate highways. The early history of Springdale showed it to be a rather “rough” place, where whiskey-drinking mule-train drivers mingled with hog drovers at Turner’s Tavern, mingling with others for a rather volatile mix.
As the years passed and Springdale grew, the area prospered; hard-working farmers began farming the areas around Springdale, and churches sprung up, bringing “respectability” to the small village. By the 1850s, rows of stately trees lined Springfield Pike, further illustrating the growing stability of the town.
Today, visitors and residents alike enjoy Winton Woods, Highfield Discovery Garden, Glenwood Gardens, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the American Legacy Tours. As Springdale continues to grow and prosper, we hope the reputation of Countertops and Cabinetry by Design will spread, resulting in even more satisfied clients.
Countertops and Cabinetry by Design in Springdale, Ohio
As a resident of Springdale, Ohio, when you choose Countertops and Cabinetry by Design, we will be by your side throughout the entire process. We know that you are making a major investment and that you have questions that need solid answers. Our overarching goal throughout your renovation is to keep the process as simple as possible. We proudly service clients in Springdale, Fairfield, Loveland, Blue Ash, the greater Cincinnati area, Indian Hill, Montgomery, Mason, and West Chester.
Countertops and Cabinetry by Design is a family-owned and operated company that fabricates and installs a wide variety of countertops, cabinets, bathroom tiles, sinks, and faucets. We specialize in granite and quartz countertops and have showrooms across the area, which allow us to be your one-stop source for all your renovation needs. You can also download one of our free planners to help you get started on your brand-new kitchen or bath renovation project. Whether you are looking for countertops, sinks, cabinets, or faucets, we can help you make the best choice for your taste and your home.
FAQs for Your Springdale, Ohio Kitchen or Bathroom Remodel
Countertops and Cabinetry by Design believe faucets and sinks are the most functional part of any kitchen, yet choosing the right fixture can be tough. We offer a very large variety of high-quality products that will not only offer beauty and elegance but will stand up to everyday wear and tear. It may seem as though there is a virtually endless array of sinks and fixtures, which can make your choices more difficult—and more overwhelming. We are here to help you choose the right sink and faucet for your new kitchen, as well as to answer your questions in a comprehensive manner. The following frequently asked questions may give you some insight into your own project.
- What should I consider before I choose my kitchen sink? Your budget is an important consideration when choosing your kitchen sink, as well as how the sink will mesh with your current or new kitchen cabinets and countertops. If you are planning on selling your home sooner rather than later, you might not want to spend a great deal on your sink. Function is also an important consideration. Do you entertain on a regular basis? Are you an avid cook? Is easy cleanup important to you? Do you wash a lot of dishes in your sink, have young children, or routinely bathe your pets in the kitchen sink? The answers to all these questions will help you determine the best sink for your kitchen. A top-mount sink offers minimal installation and service, although the rim of a top mount can make it difficult to “sweep” dirt and debris from the countertop into the sink. An undermount or drop-in sink is installed from below the countertop, giving a kitchen a sleek, polished look, and a farmhouse or apron sink works well in a country style kitchen.
- What material should I choose for my kitchen sink? While stainless steel is the industry standard, able to withstand scratches and dents and available in top mount or undermount, you could also choose enamel, copper, composite (granite or quartz), natural stone, cast iron, or fireclay. Enamel sinks are heavy and need the support of reinforced countertops and cabinetry and are also prone to staining and chipping. As you might imagine, a copper sink is very expensive. Granite and quartz sinks are the hardest, most temperature-resistant materials for sinks.
- What size sink should I choose? You might be surprised to know that if you choose the wrong depth for your sink, you could end up fatigued, with an aching back and neck. The “ideal” sink depth is between 6 and 12 inches, although the style of your sink could make a difference in the depth.
- Should I choose a colored sink? While choosing the style, material, and size for your kitchen sink are all important, the color is equally important. While your choice of material will determine, to some extent, the color, it is extremely important that you choose a sink color that blends nicely with your countertops and cabinets.
Not only will Countertops and Cabinetry by Design help you choose the perfect sink, we will also help you choose the perfect faucet, countertop, and cabinets. We offer quartz, solid surface, natural stone, and granite countertops, an extremely wide array of cabinet choices, and faucets to perfectly complement your choice of sink. We work collaboratively with our clients in Springdale, Ohio, to discover their vision for their remodel, then we work hard to bring that vision to life. The way we would approach our own remodel—or that of a friend or family member—is the same way we will approach your kitchen or bath renovation. Contact Countertops and Cabinetry by Design today for all your countertop and cabinetry needs.