Modern Cabinets & Precious Stone Countertops Now Available Fernandina Beach Fl

Everything Kitchen & Bath of Amelia Island Fl has expanded its line of precious stone countertops while offering a full line of trending kitchen cabinets designs.

Fernandina Beach, United States - November 12, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Fernandina Beach FL fastest-growing kitchen remodeling company Everything Kitchen & Bath has expanded its line of quartz, marble, and granite countertops installation options while offering a full line of trending kitchen cabinets designs tailor-made for any kitchen layout.

Cabinet experts Everything Kitchen & Bath are offering professional cabinetry, countertop, and tile work for kitchen and bath remodeling projects of all sizes. The company serves Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island and surrounding areas.

EK&B Build Design is a multi-generational family-owned and operated design-build firm. Together Zach and Ali Lowe, and Bob Stine have over 40 years of combined experience in Kitchen & Bath Design Remodeling and are passionate about exceeding your expectations.

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Kitchens are a focal point of any home, and everyone knows the kitchen is where people gather for nearly all occasions. The dedicated team of professionals at Everything Kitchen & Bath know how important it is to have an inviting, well-designed kitchen and they work with each of their clients individually to bring all of their kitchen design ideas to life.

EK&B offers a full line of custom-built cabinets with modern and contemporary flavors to match anyone’s kitchen remodel needs. Because they focus on maximizing useable space you will be able to get more items into your existing layout without sacrificing precious square footage.

The company has also expanded its line of precious stone countertops slabs to include Quartzite, Quartz, Marble, and Granite. Locally sourced, EK&B design experts can help you choose the best style and materials to enhance the overall look and usability of your kitchen. Some households use the kitchen very little while others spend many hours in this area.

Choosing the right stone countertops with the correct user requirements in mind is priceless when longevity is a necessity. Not all stone countertops are designed for hard usage whereas some are better suited for just the bathrooms because of the lower maintenance needed. It is recommended that you consult with the EK&B experts before making any final decisions on countertop materials.

Zach Lowe: “Before selecting your designer always ask them about their continuing education. The design and remodeling industry is rapidly evolving. It’s important to choose a designer that is current with the latest codes, technology, trends, and products.”

EK&B is always striving to learn more including continuing education with the National Kitchen and Bath Association, yearly KBIS trade shows, and bi-yearly SEN Design Group conferences.

With 4.8 Stars and 22 GMB reviews, EK&B is a trusted source in kitchen remodeling for the local area. Reviews include “Zach and his staff are amazing!!! They were able to replace our kitchen sink without disturbing our stone countertops” Another said, “They were able to find what I needed in a timely manner and wonderful to work with.”

Browse their Kitchen gallery for remodeling ideas and take notice of the features that attract you. This will help determine your preferences on things like cabinet layout, cabinetry style & finish, countertops, backsplash design, floors, hood style, sink style, decorative hardware, and lighting.

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Contact Info:
Name: Zach Lowe
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Organization: Everything Kitchen & Bath
Address: 14 N 4th St, Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034, United States
Phone: +1-904-432-7697

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88933626

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