When we first started talking about renovating our 1950’s kitchen, we approached the whole task with dread about the disruption to our home and the inevitable dust that would be created. Finding Castle Kitchens was a breath of fresh air. Jodi, one of the Owners greeted us warmly the first day we set foot in their premises, asked all the obligatory questions about why we were there, our budget and what we needed. The thing that convinced us that Jodi was the right designer for us was her solution to an otherwise problematic closet which took space out of our small bungalow style kitchen. Without her solution, I am sure our final result would have not been nearly as successful. In fact, the other designers we visited all said it was too bad about the closet and proceeded to design around it, repeating the problems that had made our kitchen a functional nightmare. Jodi was also the only designer whose first task was to make a visit to see what our existing kitchen looked like and how we used it in our home. She gained valuable insight that made her design all the more suitable for our circumstances. When Jodi had completed the plan and we were happy with it, cabinets were priced and ordered, delivery dates set and we proceeded to hire a Contractor to do the demolition and re-construction in preparation for the arrival of the cabinets. The cabinets arrived right on schedule as originally promised by Tatiana, Castle’s construction representative, and installation was completed on the agreed date. We were able to move into our new kitchen right on time, only 7 weeks from the date the first hammer was swung. We have no hesitation in recommending Castle Kitchens to anyone who needs their kitchen renovated. From the design to the choice of cabinets, selection of countertop, floor tile and backsplash tiles everything works together to give us a truly modern professional appearance. We have received many positive compliments from friends and family on the choice of colours and materials. John and Al

Approximate cost of services:
Was this review helpful?