Arellano-Kitchens

Arellano-Kitchens

5.0
9 employees
23 years in business

About this pro

We are a family business. And since 1999, Arellano-Kitchens has offered quality custom built cabinetry and furnishings for the kitchen, bath, home, and office. We fill all the needs of our clients in Kitchen & Bath Remodeling, cabinet refacing, built-ins and Home Remodeling. We are in Pompano Beach in Broward county. And we offer our services from Miami to the Palm Beaches.                                                                                                        My brothers and I have been involved many years in the kitchen business prior to opening our own cabinet shop and starting our own company. So we have many years of experience under our belts including the additional experienced associates and family members who have joined our ranks since then. With your thoughts on what you want and our suggestions, we will design everything you desire under your roof and build and install exactly what your looking for.

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Pompano Beach, FL 33069
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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

From scheduling a meeting with our prospect client. We then proceed to figure out exactly what they may want or are considering on having done. If applicable we will work with most of what they are looking to have done, from new cabinetry or furniture or the pick of what they may want in refacing. But will also put in our suggestions to see if they may be opened minded to what we may add to their thoughts. Which can be many factors ... from cost and what they want, to a design that maybe a bit more pleasing to their eyes. If they were interested in learning more from us and getting an estimate made up for them, We would then take pictures of the existing room and then proceed to get basic measurements to figure out their estimate. We would then meet up again with the possible client after calling and letting them know over the phone the probable cost of their project until any further changes were made. Once we hammered out the colors, etc. the final contract and what they should expect in cost and the total job and completion start to finish, If all went we'll with second meeting we would then proceed to get more accurate measurements for ourselves to make it all fit to what we want. Then the next time we see them it would be to fulfilling our contract with them and producing the finished job to them to totally appreciate.  


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

The school of hard knocks and the training from our Father and other people while we were young.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

We have a few various means in coming up with a price and cost of a job. But too many variables that would not be able to be used by others in figuring how we come up with our estimate.


How did you get started in this business?

Mostly family since construction and various trades under that title were practiced by my Father and other relatives and friends. So the hard work was promoted to me to know that was the only way to move in the direction you wanted to go. And this was the business I would learn most of my life.


What types of customers have you worked with?

Many types. I'll work for the very rich to the less financially secured. But will not price my jobs accordingly. All people will pay exactly what their getting, no matter where they stand on the ladder. I will look for ways they can cut cost if too expensive for somebody. But it would be something that would be cut out of the project. Not out of my wallet.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Most of my jobs I have been fond of and proud of. But that aside, The most recent event I'm very fond of is having our baby. And my child will have the say in working along side of us if preferred once an adult. But will make sure that they have the opportunity which I did not have, to have the education and all the schooling to better themselves even more as long as never looking down on anyone.  


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Get referrals. 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Plan your whole project on paper if possible. Give as much info as you can on how you see it in your eyes. If a contractor works from a blank page, it can increase the cost of the job without any input from you. Once they know enough of what you want. Let them go from there and give their thoughts. 


Services offered

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