As one of the most-used areas in your home, kitchens and bathrooms are always a top priority for remodeling or upgrading . At Distinctive Carpentry by Josh Nelson, LLC, we specialize in rapid completions. Performed in a clean, safe and professional manner, our method minimizes your inconvenience without compromising our high standard of workmanship. While kitchens and bathrooms tend to be the most requested, we can upgrade or remodel any room in your home.
Whether your project is a single room renovation, an addition or a custom home, we will take great care in working with you to ensure you accomplish an efficient and pleasing design. We typically install custom and semi-custom cabinets made with the highest standard of materials and craftsmanship. These cabinets, in conjunction with natural stone and fabricated materials such as ceramic and porcelain tile, make our final product second to none.
Using various design elements, we can make the most use of your space to create a highly functional kitchen without the clutter. There are many ways to “hide” small appliances, such as a stand-alone mixer, bread drawers or garbage can inserts within the cabinets so that you can maximize your counter-top space.
Distinctive Carpentry is certified by the Environmental Protection Agency as a certified renovator and will test the existing surfaces for the presence of lead paint before any project is started on a structure that was built before 1978. If lead paint is present all work will be completed in accordance with the EPAs Lead Renovation, Repair and Paint Rule. Following this procedure will add cost to your project but will protect not only the health of your children, yourself and the environment but also with ensure that no delays are created due to EPA enforcement actions due to code violations.
As with all of our projects, we will finish your job as per the original scheduled completion date. Upon final punch-list and inspections by township officials, your project will be complete. All workmanship is guaranteed for two years or when property is sold, whichever comes first.