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MasterCraft Kitchen & Bath

We are a Montgomery County Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Company specializing in Design and Installation. We pride ourselves in working close with our clients, sharing a deep appreciation of quality and excellence. Kitchen and bathroom remodeling is an art as well as a science and it takes talent to tie everything together. When you do, everyone knows it. More importantly, you know it.

And that’s why we invite you to consider our company, MasterCraft Kitchen & Bath, for your remodeling projects. Whether you are seeking a style that is warm and inviting, austere and elegant, or anything in between, we consult with you with trained eyes, well-honed skills and a visionary imagination.

Our projects vary in size, style, scope and price—from new countertops and partial kitchen to gourmet kitchens and elegant master bathrooms to ADA handicapped accessible renovations…from quaint smaller homes to multi-million dollar estates. To each of these projects, we bring personalized consultation that goes many steps beyond the usual time investment along with meticulous attention to detail.

Let us customize your dream kitchen or bathroom—together. We will work closely with you in exploring alternatives and options that will fit your lifestyle and vision as well as your practical needs. We are committed to exceeding your expectations and building a positive experience.

  • NARI Certified Kitchen & Bath Remodeler, CKBR

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