Give your kitchen a more sophisticated look with the help of skilled professionals at Capewide Enterprises. Owner Joao Junquiera and the team will work directly with you to design, customize and build the right kitchen for you.
We’re knowledgeable with today’s kitchen design and product trends and we’re skilled at creating the best solutions when it comes to making the best use of your current floor plan. We’ll assist you with the the design and planning of your kitchen all the way through to the construction. We are also a licensed plumbing company so you can be assured of a professional job when it comes to installation of plumbing fixtures.
Kitchen Remodeling and Renovation
Improve your home’s value while enhancing your lifestyle with a custom kitchen remodel or renovation for your Cape Cod home. Our team of professional carpenters and craftsmen can do the simplest kitchen makeovers to complete kitchen renovations and remodeling projects. Call for any of the below kitchen improvements:
- Complete Kitchen Remodeling
- Kitchen Cabinet Installation and Custom Kitchen Cabinets
- Kitchen Design
- Kitchen Flooring
- Counter Top Installation
Reasons to invest in your home TODAY with a remodeling project
There are reasons that now is the time to tackle that kitchen, bath or other remodeling project that you’ve been dreaming of, especially if you plan on staying in your home for a few years.
Low Home Equity Loan Rates – Today’s historically low home equity loan interest rates make it beneficial for homeowners to renovate their home.
Reduced Energy Expenses – With today’s energy products, such as double-paned windows, programmable thermostats and Energy Star appliances, you’ll see more energy savings today than with a project that was done a few years ago. Although the energy savings won’t cover the cost of your renovation they will add value to your home and reduce your utility bills. In addition, utilities and state and federal governments are offering rebates and tax credits.
Drop in material prices – Although not all raw materials have fallen, some building supplies have gone down since the mid 2000 peak. The cost of plywood has fallen 23%, framing lumber has fallen 35% and drywall 29%.