Farrell Kitchen Remodel
Joe and Kat were one of the first couples that approached Next Level Remodeling in 2012 looking for a kitchen transformation. They gave us the opportunity to work with them and trusted that we would be able to deliver a stellar design and execute it in a professional manner. We loved the creative freedom of being allowed to utilize real estate from their existing dining room and make structural alterations to open up doorways and remove walls. The end result is spectacular and has all visitors is awe. Again...A very special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Farrell for giving us a shot and their continued confidence and support.
Next Level Remodeling is a design build contractor based out of Southern New Jersey. We specialize in complex kitchen and bath renovations. If you are looking for a company to take on a complex or unique project, give us a ring and learn more about what we can offer you. +...
How does a Home Improvement Specialist convey their concept to a homeowner?
A: You do it through communication and Visual Aids like 3d Rendering software. Theses programs have come a long way in the last few years and we are now able to show our Homeowners a fairly accurate interpretation of their new space prior to building it.
Why is this important?
A: Well most of us are not able to comprehend how something will be positioned through speech alone. If everyone possessed this skill, most if not all designers, Architects, decorators and design/build contractors would not be in such high demand. Our Homeowners deserve a full description of what they are paying for and the picture to back it up.
Are changes easy?
A: If you would like to see an array of different options, our team will be able to accommodate most changes on the fly. Our team is well versed in the presentation software and will most likely recommend their...
Warm colors brings closure to this Shamong NJ Home
How do you know when its time for an update?
A: When the finish on your kitchen cabinet doors start to peel.
We all don't have the same answer for the above question, but everyone has their own idea when its a good time to update their current space. Our homeowners always intended to replace their builder grade kitchen, but like most of us, life got in the way and other things took priority. Timing is everything and updating your kitchen is no different. When finances, kids, and careers are all in tune and going well, we allow ourselves to reflect on things that have been put off and check them off this list.
This kitchen was one of the last spaces our homeowners had to tackle before they felt some renovation closure with the builder finishes they had been replacing over the years. Next Level Remodeling was glad to help. We did not feel like a dramatic...
Our Cherry Hill couple approached us at the 2013 Philadelphia Home Show looking for a Home Improvement Contractor that would be willing to gut their 1970's bath and start fresh. They were looking to eliminate the existing tub for a more suitable shower and remodel with premium finishes. A quality job was top of mind and they were really looking for some design guidance in pulling all the finishes together. We were able to recommend various combinations until we landed on the above flavor. Our homeowners are thrilled with the end result and we are so excited to see this bathroom completed to perfection.
Window in shower
Large format Porcelain floor and wall tiles
Full overlay, premium vanity, solid maple, dark stain
Granite countertop with rectangular undermount sink
Custom built mirror frame to match vanity
Recessed medicine cabinet
American Standard Cadet 3 Toilet, comfort height (Best in class flush)
Semi frameless shower doors with frosted glass
Solid, metal Kohler shower base
Brushed Nikle Grohe plumbing fixtures
Recessed bath fan/light combo
When we were approached at the Philadelphia home show this past year by David and Tracey, we knew right away that they had a fun project for us. They presented a challenge to Next Level Remodeling. “Come up with a design that we cannot say no to and you have the job”.
Job Must Haves:
Pull out trash can
Commercial style range hood
We got to work right away and came up with a design we felt would meet their wish list and provide them with the desired WOW factor. Not long after we presented our concept, Dave and Tracey were full pot committed in allowing us to build their dream kitchen renovation.
Six weeks later, we completed this beautiful space and delivered our homeowners the dream space they had been thinking about for years prior. Next Level Remodeling looks forward to building David and Tracey’s NEXT project and we are grateful for...
Kitchen and Bath Remodel
This Lower Merion, PA kitchen and bath remodel includes a full change-out of cabinetry, counters, and backsplash as well as new ceramic tile flooring throughout the kitchen, dining area, master bath, and hallway.
The kitchen remodel features quartzite counter tops, a full-thickness quartzite backsplash, LED recessed lighting in the ceiling and LED under-cabinet accent lighting. While the practical changes in layout were minor, the effects of those changes are major.
Kitchen Before Kitchen After
Kitchen Before Kitchen After
Kitchen Before Kitchen After
The master bath remodel includes a full ceramic tile shower with a marble bench and double-hinged glass doors. It also boasts a marble vanity top with a clear vessel bowl and some very eye-catching faucets and fixtures. The overall effect is spectacular. It is a fine example of what can be done with a little imagination.
Bath Before Bath After
Bath Before Bath After
Much credit should go...
With the myriad options available for decks and porches, it’s seldom that we have a request for a pressure-treated wood deck. A family in Haddonfield, NJ opted for just that after seeing the cost difference for composites.
Bad Rep & Maintenance
Wood decks have a reputation for warping, splintering and generally degrading in a short amount of time. The fact is, however, that has much more to do with the time, money, and effort spent on maintenance by the homeowner than is does the materials involved. Pressure-treated yellow pine is resistant to insects and moisture damage and is a sturdy and dependable structural material. On the other hand, it is also notorious for twisting, warping, spitting, and splintering as it loses its moisture content. Those effects can be minimized by applying an oil-based stain or sealer to the wood, soon after the wood deck has been erected, and treated annually after that. In addition, bolts holding railing posts and beams together should...
This screen porch project is the replacement and enlargement of an existing composite surfaced deck and awning system with 682 square feet of Azek™, Arbor Morado decking, 447 square feet of which is covered and enclosed with Phantom™ screening units. Calling this a mere screen porch does not do this project justice. The elegant design is by Jill Traister of East Coast Designs of Hammonton, NJ, and the structural design was by Holiday Architects, Inc. of Medford NJ.
The geometry is based on juxtaposed octagonal sections, and the roof is constructed to allow for a fully hipped interior ceiling, covered with Mastic’s Pro-bead™ solid, vinyl soffiting inside and vented outside. The decking is mitered to follow the geometric motif of the entire structure, including each stair tread, and each miter is rounded-over for effect. The perimeter band board is covered with Azek’s Acacia trim board to achieve a subtle contrast to the decking. All of the structural columns are wrapped in white Azek, and finished with...
Kitchen Design: What’s New? What’s Old?
So, you want to remodel your kitchen, and you’re looking for ideas. You’ll soon find there are millions of them. Perhaps, so many that the exercise of research just makes the decisions more complicated. There are no hard and fast rules. The kitchen you want has to suit you. Well, it all looks so good! Traditional cabinetry with ultra-modern appliances and accoutrements—and visa-versa—is fast becoming a trend. The mixture of past, present, and imagined future design elements can be melded to create an eclectic whole. Stainless steel and distressed pine together—natural stone and backlit acrylics—bold-colored islands and stained perimeter cabinetry. Seemingly incompatible forms can work to create your eclectic whole. Often, this demands the eye and skills of a professional kitchen designer.
Old world meets new:
The kitchen work triangle of the past has given way to the new kitchen polygon. With the advent of multiple work stations, multiple sinks, pot fillers, mixer lifts,...
This 16’ x 20’ open sunroom / conservatory is not only an attractive addition to the home, but also provides a sense of balance to the structure. With full cathedral ceilings and hardwood flooring, it is filled with natural light during the day, and ample recessed lighting for night time activities. The walls were built with 2x6 construction to allow for additional insulation to compensate for the substantial glass. The front façade has a central palladium-style window and brings a brick water table across to tie-in aesthetically with the main house façade. Plumbing rough-ins were installed during construction for a future a future wet bar. Entry from the existing house is made through a set of wood, French doors.
Sunroom Additions are Cost-Effective
A sunroom addition is an attractive and cost-effective way to add space for both entertaining and relaxation to your home. Due to the single room design and the cathedral ceilings, the interior decorating and lighting options are endless and...