Walk-in visitors to showroom can sit down for quick, productive meeting with top kitchen or bath designer, learn about options and local company's unique approach, Century Kitchens & Bath reports
Antioch, IL -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/15/2015 -- Century Kitchens & Bath, one of the state's leading bathroom and kitchen remodeling companies, announced the launch of a streamlined new version of the company's popular, free design consultation program. Thanks to the improved system, visitors to the company's showroom at 22221 W IL Route 173, Suite 101 will enjoy even easier, more convenient consultations with the company's highly experienced designers. For more than 50 years, Century Kitchens & Bath has provided the best remodeling services in the region, overseeing every stage of the process, from the initial conception and design to the last bit of finished work.
"Whether for the transformation of a heavily used kitchen or a great new look for a bathroom," Century Kitchens & Bath owner Steve Donato said, "Remodeling can be complex, challenging work. For over half a century, our end-to-end approach to such projects has proven to be the most successful of all. Thanks to our improved consultation system, putting things into motion or just seeing what we have to offer is now easier than ever before."
Research firm IBISWorld pegs the size of the national remodeling industry at over $50 billion annually, with more than three-quarters of a million Americans employed there. After following the housing market on its sharp decline during the last recession, remodeling activity has rebounded with a vengeance, as families across the country increasingly go forward with projects that uncertain economic conditions had forced them to shelve.
When they finally decide to make the leap, they are a confronted with a couple of common options. Traditionally, the responsibility for remodeling projects has been split between a bathroom or Kitchen Designer who creates plans, on the one hand, and a contractor who then oversees the work of realizing them. The other most common route today is to use the services of big-box, national building supply companies like Home Depot that promise to take care of both basic needs themselves.
For more than 50 years, Century Kitchens & Bath has been showing residents of Illinois how a third, less-obvious option can be much more effective and rewarding. An independent, locally owned and operated company with deep roots in the community, Century Kitchens & Bath employs full-time designers of the highest caliber, along with maintaining a full slate of the area's most highly respected general contracting experts.
Century Kitchens & Bath employees work in well-oiled coordination throughout the entire process of every remodeling project. Compared to dealing with multiple companies or contractors, Century Kitchens & Bath clients can count on the kinds of cooperation and shared responsibility that would otherwise be hard to come by. And compared to using the services of a nationwide big-box store, Century Kitchens & Bath customers enjoy a much greater level of involvement and diligence, as the people they entrust with their homes are all committed to protecting and cultivating the company's impressive, longstanding reputation.
Thanks to the newly streamlined Century Kitchens & Bath free consultation system, residents of northeastern Illinois and southeastern Wisconsin now have an especially convenient way to investigate or pursue this highly appealing remodeling option. The expert designers who staff the highly rated kitchen and Bathroom remodeler are available daily at the company's showroom for free, no-obligation meetings, with no appointments needed, and those interested can also call to schedule a free, in-home consultation.
About Century Kitchens & Bath
Putting the goal of complete customer satisfaction above all else for more than 50 years, Century Kitchens & Bath is one of the most respected and successful kitchen and bath remodeling companies in northeastern Illinois, serving clients there and throughout southeastern Wisconsin.