Minnesota Kitchens  (and Hale Built Homes)

Minnesota Kitchens (and Hale Built Homes)

5.0 (6)
1 hire on HomeGuide
9 employees
9 years in business

About this pro

We are a dedicated design/build firm and have 150+ years of combined experience on our team 

Each job gets a dedicated designer & project manager. 

We're passionate, creative and provide top tier craftsmanship in every phase. Our team loves whole home projects as well as kitchens, bathrooms, basements and additions. Check out our work below.

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Burnsville, MN 55337
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6 Reviews


  • The Kropps

    Minneapolis: Complete Remodel My husband and I are admittedly “city people” – we love the bike trails, restaurants, and breweries our Northeast Minneapolis neighborhood offers. So when it came time to upgrade our house, we decided to stay in our cute, quaint Nordeast home rather than relocate to the suburbs. We hired Minnesota Kitchens to help us achieve the open concept living area/kitchen we were seeking. We love to entertain friends on the weekends. In addition to our beautiful kitchen (complete with an amazing 8ft island), Minnesota Kitchens created a gorgeous zen-like bathroom. To complete the entire main level, they also refinished our hardwood oak floors, replaced all interior doors, and updated the trim and baseboards. It’s like a brand new house. We couldn’t be more thrilled with the finished product!

  • Lorie Eaker

    Kitchen remodel. The entire process of working with Minnesota Kitchens has been great. I am impressed with how neat the work area was each time work was completed. The experience has been great! The entire team has been a pleasure to work with especially Steve.

  • D. Tourdot

    We worked with MN Kitchens & we came up with a design that we liked. Their design tools worked well to arrive at our final layout. We were able to incorporate some old oak from a water bed frame we had in our garage - into a window bench seat that look great. We are happy with our new kitchen.

  • Shari L.

    The design team did a great job with layout ideas & colors. We really like the end result.

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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

We start the process by scheduling a time to meet at your house to go through your project, tell you about Minnesota Kitchens and give you some ball park numbers for your project. If we seem like a good fit at that point then we put together a thorough bid with a 3D rendering of the finished product.

From there, if you would like to move forward, our team helps finalize the selections and design with you.

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

We are Licensed & Insured.

As are all of the subcontractors we work with.

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

We have to see the and hear about the remodel and your desires before we can acurately provide a price.

How did you get started in this business?

The 2 owners were flipping houses & the guys who do the hands on work -- owned businesses in the remodeling industry for 20+ years.

What types of customers have you worked with?

We have worked with customers who want lots of design help and others who come to us ready to start the work and they hand us the design information.

We have worked with people bordering Wisconsin and with very few neighbors -- and people in the heart of Minneapolis.  

Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Hearing that a customer loves the kitchen we completed -- is always one of the best parts of the job.

We aim to please and will work with each customer to ensure we can do that.

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

We encourage people to consider not having a kitchen for weeks.  Sometimes it seems to be a shocker to clients that the kitchen is not useable for the majority of the remodel. 

Although we build a calendar to ensure each item is scheduled in advance and to take place immediately after the previous stage of the project.  There are gaps of time like, cabinet install and measurement for the countertops -- then a week of waiting for the countertop to be installed.

We will always strive to make this process as easy and fast (but still high quality).  

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

What are some things you would love to have in the remodel?

What are your general likes & dislikes?

Timeframe you are looking at?

Budget (if you want a full kitchen remodel for under $15,000 we are probably not the right company).