Custom Kitchen Remodels

Turn your kitchen into your happy place, add comfort to your home and create new memories with family and friends. Adroit adds that value to your property at an affordable price.

Custom Kitchen Remodels

Turn your kitchen into your happy place, add comfort to your home and create new memories with family and friends. Adroit adds that value to your property at an affordable price.



Add value to your home.

A kitchen remodel is a worthwhile investment. Let us add comfort to you and your family while increasing the property value of your home. Kitchens provide one of the biggest returns in investment should you want to sell your home in the future.


Enjoy feeling more comfortable.

Most people spend a good portion of their time in their kitchen: cooking, cleaning, and entertaining guests. Adroit Property Solutions Inc. is here to help you make it a welcoming and inviting space where family and friends will love spending time together..


Be the fun friend who host's the parties.

If you frequently entertain guests, and want to give them something positive and fun to talk about, deciding on an interior remodel is the perfect decision. Enjoy the compliments your friends and family will give you as they see what a little vision can do to a home.


Save yourself the time & effort.

An outdated kitchen also means more work. Imagine having more space for your belongings, appliances that actually work, and a beautiful kitchen that is functional, efficient, and welcoming all in one. Adroit is here to help you do more than just imagine. Take advantage of our knowledge and expertise as we provide solutions to fit your budget

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to do to prepare for my kitchen renovation?

You can start by getting a good idea for the type of look and style you want. If you don’t know yet, look at some magazines, websites, or watch some home remodeling shows to get some design ideas. Then, contact us for a Free Design Consultation with a Remodeling Consultant. You will be instructed by your Remodeling Consultant as to what exact steps you need to take. But, generally speaking, before construction begins, you’ll want to clear out the area being worked on of all your personal belongings that can be removed. Although, we cover the areas surrounding our work area, you’ll want to protect your furniture from dust with plastic and/or sheets.

What is the typical workflow for a kitchen renovation?
  1. Select your remodeler
  2. Create design
  3. Select and Order materials
  4. Building approval
  5. Demolition
  6. Deliver materials to the apartment
  7. Rough electric
  8. Rough plumbing
  9. Wall preparation
  10. Sub floor preparation
  11. Flooring installation
  12. Cabinet installation
  13. Locating appliances
  14. Countertop template
  15. Priming and painting
  16. Countertop installation
  17. Backsplash installation
  18. Finish plumbing – dishwasher, Sink and faucet installation
  19. Appliance installation
  20. Accessories installation
  21. Door hardware installation
  22. Finish electric – Light fixtures, outlets, under cabinets…
  23. Touch up items
Do I Need To Have Design Ideas Before I Start The Renovation Process?

Absolutely not; but it helps if you do. Your Free Design Consultation is meant to help generate ideas or work through the ones you already have.

What features should I plan to invest the most in for my new kitchen?

From a functional standpoint, cabinetry is probably the most expensive item in the kitchen, mainly because of its sheer volume. However, you can also spend a lot of money on your countertops and flooring, depending on the style and materials you like.

What type of return on investment can I expect from remodeling my kitchen if I sell my home?

Realtor® Magazine reported that for the year 2005, the national average return on investment for kitchen remodeling is between 84.8% and 98.5% depending upon whether it is a major or minor project and whether the budget is upscale or moderate. However, in large metropolitan areas like New York City, the return ranged from 119.5% to 135%. So, many people will actually make a substantial profit on the money they invest in their kitchen.

Is re-facing a good solution when your budget is tight?

Of course, re-facing is less expensive than replacing cabinets – but it is usually not recommended. If you are planning to replace doors and drawer fronts you’ll also need to replace the front face of the cabinet frame to make sure the doors and visible parts of the cabinet match. Re-facing the frame is where problems usually occur. If the laminate shifts or peels away, an unattractive seam shows. This is most typical complaint among re-facing clients.

Another reason not to re-face is cost. The most expensive part – about 70% of a cabinet’s cost – is the door. Consider this, if you are already paying for most of the cabinet, why not add a little more and upgrade to completely new cabinets?

There are many options available in cabinets for every budget. If you are already committed to spending time, money and effort on remodeling, consider the value and enjoyment you’ll gain by opting for brand new cabinets. At Adroit, we provide re-facing service because – on occasion – re-facing can be a logical choice. 

What’s the better cabinet choice – particleboard or plywood?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions when researching cabinets. There is a general perception that plywood is better than particleboard – maybe because plywood has the word “wood “in it. Most people figure plywood is real wood while particleboard is a cheap imitation. Surprisingly, in many cases particleboard is a much better option than plywood.

In order to make the best decision; let’s define these two materials. Plywood is composed of thin sheets of wood glued together. Particleboard is made of tiny wood particles held together with adhesive. Both are strong, durable and make a good cabinet. Also, there are different types and grades of plywood and particleboard. High-density particleboard is stronger and will last longer than plywood. All wood expands and contracts because of changes in humidity. Generally, particleboard is more resistant to expansion and contraction. So in areas with significant changes in humidity – like New York – particleboard is the better option.

Is Home Depot a good source for purchasing kitchen cabinetry?

Home depot is a great source. The huge stores are very convenient with everything found under one roof. Also, Home Depot’s prices are known to be the best in the market. This is not true, however, with kitchen cabinets. Actually, Home Depot’s kitchen cabinet prices are very similar to those of smaller kitchen cabinet dealers. Home Depot has shown tremendous success as a high volume, low priced retailer but if you are looking for personalized, high quality service, that’s not where Home Depot shines.

The most common complaint of Home Depot customers is that “you are on your own.” No one devotes time to your project – helping you understand, plan, design, price and make the best choices. To keep costs low and prices very competitive, Home Depot’s service must remain basic. Stores are generally understaffed and most employees are not trained designers or contractors.

Is it a good idea to install wood flooring in the kitchen?

Wood flooring is not usually recommended for kitchens. That said, it’s still a very popular choice. If it works visually, go ahead and use it – especially if you are opening the kitchen into an adjacent space with wood flooring. Generally, designers choose other materials over wood because of both the “wear and tear factor” and possible exposure to water damage. Because the kitchen is a high traffic area, the finish will wear off a wood floor more quickly than in other low traffic parts of your home and will need to be refinished periodically. Also, because there is plumbing in a kitchen, wood floors are at risk for water damage. A tile floor is more resistant to leaks and humidity.

I have a “popcorn” ceiling. Is it possible to make it smooth? Is it a good idea?

Popcorn ceilings are usually made of stucco or sand paint. This technique was used on construction during the ‘70’s and ’80’s for the purpose of hiding imperfections in concrete slab ceilings that were never 100% level. In some cases, chunks of these ceiling are beginning to crumble. When repairing a popcorn ceiling, it’s nearly impossible to make the repair invisible.

There are two ways to make these ceiling smooth. One is to scrape and skim coat. This requires more work but will not affect the ceiling height. The second way is to frame and Sheetrock the ceiling. This technique is faster, but will drop the ceiling height by at least a couple of inches. In some cases, it may be an advantage because new framing will allow you to run wiring for ceiling light fixtures or speakers. Wiring through concrete slab ceilings can be very challenging. In addition, some buildings do not permit running wiring in concrete slab ceilings. Changing a “popcorn” ceiling to a smooth surface ceiling is a popular trend. Not only does it allow for better wiring, it also makes the space look cleaner, larger and less dated.




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Client Testimonials

Words to describe Cody and the team he assembles: Thorough. Perfectionists. Detail Oriented. Dependable. We are thrilled with our new bathroom. Cody provided just the right guidance as we “designed” it ourselves. Cody is someone who does it right and he is willing to make changes to ensure you are happy.

Kim & Danny - Clermont, FL

We have hired Adroit Property Solutions for several projects at our house (i.e. molding, flooring, cabinetry, painting). They do excellent work, they give good advice in the planning stages as well as throughout the project, and they are honest. We will continue to hire them and we highly recommend them!

Stephanie Curtis- Winter Garden

Cody and his guys become family when they are in your home. They are knowledgeable, personable, professional, skillful and very trustworthy! During one of the projects we actually left Florida for a few days while they worked in our home. They are very neat workers and never leave a mess at the end of the day. You will be very pleased with the quality of their work. All this for a fair price!

Jack & Catherine - Florida

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