Simple Luxury

By: Teresa Bond-Mason | Category: Home Improvement | Issue: July 2018

Simplicity may not be the first word that comes to mind when you start thinking about a kitchen remodel. But, after you have USA Granite and Cabinetry out to do the job, that’s one of the first things you’ll think of. Just ask customers Frank and Belinda Rehbein. They recently remodeled their kitchen and couldn’t be more pleased.

“Karen Rossi made it so easy,” said Belinda. “She came out and designed the perfect space for us. Once she showed us the 3D version on her computer, there was no questioning any of our choices.” The benefit of using USA Granite and Cabinetry, says the Rehbeins, was that they gave us a detailed schedule of the job and stuck to it. The Rehbeins were thrilled with the extra cabinet space they gained but the cherry on top, says Belinda, was that “Nothing was finished until it was absolutely perfect.”

Karen Rossi, who serves as USA Granite and Cabinetry’s Kitchen Design Specialist, has been a designer in this business for more than 20 years, but admits this approach to kitchen design is not only unique, but incredibly customer friendly. “We make it so simple. I come out and measure and discuss your ideas. It literally takes 10 minutes for a quote regardless of what materials you choose. From there the customer comes to our showroom where everything is displayed - granite, cabinets, backsplash and sinks. If we don’t have what you like, we’ll find it for you.”

USA’s package deal is priced by the linear foot and includes cabinetry, granite, backsplash, a lazy Susan, a garbage pull out, spice rack pull outs, microwave cabinets, wine racks, oven cabinets, and crown moldings. Most companies consider many of these items as upgrades, but to USA Granite and Cabinetry, they’re all a part of the standard package. “Of course, if there is something on the list you don’t see, upgrades are always available,” advises Karen.

Another benefit many clients are quick to note about USA Granite and Cabinetry is that not only are they professional from sales to installation, but, most jobs take no longer than five to 10 days. So, what can be an overwhelming process, is pretty much seamless thanks to Karen and her experienced staff. Each job is handled by highly-skilled installers who know what USA Granite and Cabinetry customers have come to expect.

Although kitchens are their specialty, USA Granite and Cabinetry can also transform your bathroom vanities. Just give Karen a call and she’ll be happy to discuss your house renovations with you.

But, come see some of their artistry for yourself. Their showroom is located in Broken Arrow, and it is open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. or Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also visit them at booth number 642 at the upcoming Tulsa Home and Garden Show March 8-11 held at the River Spirit Expo on the fairgrounds.


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About Author Teresa Bond-Mason

Teresa Bond-Mason is an Oklahoma native and a graduate from the University of Tulsa with a degree in communication. Teresa has written a wide range of articles from insurance journals to book reviews and of course her latest work for Value News! In her spare time, Teresa enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, reading and scrapbooking.

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