Get a FREE Consultation

Please contact me to verify my information, schedule an appointment, or inform me of future product updates. I consent to receive calls or texts that use automated technology at the phone number(s) provided.

Spotlight On… Wood Selection for Cabinets

October 21, 2015

Cabinets doors and drawer fronts are a defining feature of a kitchen. How your doors and drawer fronts are made, and from what, determines the strength and lifespan of your kitchen investment.  There are many factors to consider when choosing a wood for your kitchen cabinets. Not the least of which is personal affinity; the one you like, that just calls to

Read More

The Importance of a Licensed Professional

October 13, 2015

Pro tip: Always confirm that your professional is LICENSED. We’ve seen it quite a few times. A contractor screws up big-time, and we get called in to fix or finish it. Consider this guy for example. Since he’s a customer, we won’t use his real name, so he’ll be Albert for now. Albert hired a company to redo his kitchen

Read More

A Kitchen Transformation for Engine 43

September 29, 2015

In recent years there has been a movement in Baltimore city to refurbish our older firehouses. Some of these buildings were truly dilapidated and needed a lot of repair. Since the city had its hands full already, other local groups started looking into what could be done. Our CEO Brett Cohen was invited by MileOne to tour some of these

Read More

Kitchen Buzz: Choosing a sink

September 10, 2015

The Huffington Post has news for every occasion, and remodeling your kitchen is no exception.  They recently put out a handy guide to the various options available when choosing a kitchen sink. Style, material and fixtures can all be tough questions when it comes to a feature you’ll be using every day. One feature that can be particularly puzzling is the

Read More

Kitchen Buzz: Modern and Minimalist

August 22, 2015

You don’t have to be a fan of the modern look to be able to learn a thing or two from a kitchen done well. This classic modern kitchen design borrows some wood and tarnished metal from the industrial style to add warmth and visual texture. This article identifies what it is that makes this kitchen work so well. The

Read More

Spotlight on… Kitchen Cabinets

August 18, 2015

Cabinets may be where a third of remodeling budgets usually go, but they are not a place to cut costs. They are hard-working and crucial to the functions of your kitchen. Cheap cabinets should be avoided. Quality and workmanship are worth paying for, or you’ll be paying to replace or repair them later. We interact with our cabinets visually as well

Read More

Spotlight On… Man-Made Countertops, Part 2

August 04, 2015

Today we’re following up on our first segment on man-made countertop materials with 4 more that you might not have heard about: Metal, engineered stone, recycled glass and wood! Metal –Stainless steel, Zinc, Copper – Stainless steel is great for Modern, Contemporary and even Craftsman style kitchens due to its smooth and characteristic look. While stainless steel stands up to heat

Read More

Kitchen Buzz: Where does your money go?

July 25, 2015

The  popular blog Lifehacker is known for its tips, tricks and strategies for all the nagging details of life. Now it has weighed in on how to predict where your kitchen remodeling dollars will end up. Their recent post breaks spending into seven categories and predicts how much of your budget goes to each. Expect your top item to be

Read More

Spotlight On… Countertops, Stone

July 22, 2015

Stone – naturally occurring slabs mined out of the earth and cut to fit your kitchen. For those who love the simple beauty of natural materials, stone is often our material of choice. Though stone can seem pretty solid to us, it is still a porous materials and most varieties require sealing and special care. With proper care, these beautiful

Read More

Kitchen Remodeling 1: Needs

June 30, 2015

With your remodeling goal in mind, take some time to identify what’s important to you. The two aspects of a design that meets your goals are needs and uses. Needs are WHAT you do in your kitchen. Uses are HOW you use your kitchen. Of course, needs come first, so get yourself a clear page for brainstorming. To get an

Read More
Our Locations

Kitchen Saver – Delaware
250 Corporate Blvd., Suite 1
Newark, DE 19702

Kitchen Saver- Indianapolis
1260 Interchange Way Suite 4
Indianapolis, IN 46239

Kitchen Saver – Maryland
10315 South Dolfield Road
Owings Mills, MD 21117

Kitchen Saver – New Jersey
406 Bloomfield Drive
West Berlin, NJ 08091

Kitchen Saver - Orlando
3600 Silver Star Road
Orlando, FL 32808

Kitchen Saver - Virginia
7331 Lockport Place
Lorton, VA 22079

Kitchen Saver - Ohio

Kitchen Saver – Cincinnati
2443 Crowne Point Drive
Cincinnati, OH 45241

Kitchen Saver – Cleveland
20360 Tower Drive, Unit 3
Walton Hills, OH 44146

Kitchen Saver – Columbus
7465 Worthington Galena Rd., Suite C
Worthington, OH 43085

Kitchen Saver – Zanesville
878 Dryden Road
Zanesville, OH 43701

Kitchen Saver - Pennsylvania

Kitchen Saver – Allentown
2125 28th Main St. SW, Suite 2
Allentown, PA 18103

Kitchen Saver – Altoona
116 Industrial Drive
Cresson, PA 16630

Kitchen Saver – Harrisburg
550 Financial Way
Etters, PA 17319

Kitchen Saver – King of Prussia
2430 Boulevard Of The Generals
Norristown, PA 19403

Kitchen Saver – Pittsburgh
1405 Parkway View Drive, Bldg 14
Pittsburgh, PA 15205

Kitchen Saver – Scranton
167 Centerpoint Blvd.
Pittston, PA 18640

Kitchen Saver – Williamsport
530 Lycoming Mall Dr., Unit 7
Pennsdale, PA 17756

NARI Member