For many homeowners, remodeling can be a stressful experience. For most people, the house they live in is their single largest investment, so the decision to change or add to that investment is a major one. But it is also your HOME; the place you come after a long day to relax and enjoy your family. You want a contractor who understands your fears and concerns. A person that respects your time and your investment, but who also understands your lifestyle and will make every effort to make your remodeling project fit in with you rather than making you work around the project.
K-Designers is that kind of company. We want to make your remodeling experience exciting and pleasant, not stressful. Because we depend so heavily on our customers’ word-of-mouth advertising to ensure the growth of our company, we take your satisfaction very seriously.
We may not always offer the lowest price out there, but the VALUE you receive makes up for any difference in price. Using only quality products installed by our experienced and certified technicians, you can be assured your project will be installed correctly the first time, by experts in the field and backed by a company that will be around for the life of your product.
Why choose K-Designers to remodel your home? Here are just a few more reasons:
Over 37 years of remodeling experience with over 130,000 satisfied customers
Exclusive products carefully selected from among the finest available
Written product and labor warranties exceeding industry standards
Wide variety of flexible financing options available to make our projects comfortable for almost anyone
Fully licensed and insured
100% satisfaction guaranteed
#1 remodeling company in the Western United States
#1 Siding Contractor in the Nation
Ranked in the top 10 largest remodeling firms nationwide for over 10 years running
Over 15 National awards for expert design, premium products and quality craftsmanship
We proudly honor the standards set by the Better Business Bureaus, Chambers of Commerce, International Conference of Building Officials, National Association of Home Builders, Consumer Protection Bureaus, and Federal Trade Commission