Kitchen remodeling

Perry Hiiman
September 3, 2007
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Kitchen remodeling

NYKB’s owner and President, Perry Hiiman, agrees with these Houston professionals who know the importance of a professionally remodeled kitchen to a home’s value.

Although many homeowners have more than one bath, few have multiple kitchens. So it pays to plan your remodel wisely.

Call in a professional consultant, advises Peggy McGowen, owner of Kitchen and Bath Concepts in Houston. “It’s a spend-to-save thing,” McGowen explains. “Even a one-hour consultation will help you avoid mistakes that could cost time and money later.”

She also urges homeowners to spend the most on structural items that are the hardest to replace: cabinets and countertops. “These things take the biggest beating and look the worst the quickest,” she says.

Says Perry: “She’s right, the money a consumer saves by skimping on quality cabinets and countertops will not pay for their replacements! Some might look great and cost-effective in a catalog, but how happy is a consumer when every other door is hanging off or misaligned in a six-month old kitchen? Get a pro to do it!”

Good point, Perry.

The goal of renovation and remodeling is to ensure satisfaction upon completion of your project. Construction can be very frustrating, and without a professional contractor, things can go wrong.

About Author

Perry Hiiman

Perry Hiiman was born and raised in Tel Aviv, Israel. He planted his roots in Manhatten, New York in 1992. A few years later, Perry met his wife and had three lovely daughters. Perry has always been excited about home improvement and design. He has been in the service industry for over 25 years. Perry and his partner founded New York Kitchen and Bath in 2001. They pioneered the One Stop Shop concept of home improvement and design firms. In addition, Perry is a New York State licensed contractor, OSHA certified, and a New York State licensed mold assessor. He specializes in custom design and is genuinely passionate about what he does—bringing people’s dream projects to life.
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