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JWH Design & Cabinetry

Jennifer Howard founded JWH Design & Cabinetry in 1996, in Rye, New York. A business degree in marketing, a natural ability for design and architecture, and first-hand experience in residential construction became the foundation of her business model. Projects ranging from multi-unit condominium projects to multi-million dollar custom homes bear the mark of her designs and cabinetry. Her visions have transformed hundreds of ordinary houses into stunning homes that have also been featured in local house tours and publications.

Jennifer’s knowledge is not just a product of her work experience, but also her own personal experience – she lives in Rye, New York with her husband, a high-end residential developer, and five children. She has moved her family more than 20 times through their own building and renovation projects and has learned first-hand the importance of efficient design, planning and execution.

In addition to Jennifer’s design and cabinetry expertise, the JWH team offers a range of additional services that include architectural and engineering (through licensed professional referrals), space planning, millwork, plumbing, electrical, stone/tile, as well as full construction management and interior design services. JWH understands how to pull all the decisions together that reflect each Client’s needs, offering honest and unbiased advice, while always respecting the overall budget for the project.

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Cindy: Sorry I was gone so long...something came up, but I'm back and this time with photos of the arch window!
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What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
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