Best Kitchens & Baths, LLC

Best Kitchens & Baths, LLC

5.0 (1)
2 hires on HomeGuide
1 employee
11 years in business

About this pro

We love what we do. We belong to the Better Business Bureau and the National Kitchen & Bath Association.

Ed McGarvey (owner/designer) is a Certified Kitchen Designer
and a Certified Aging In Place Specialist with over four decades of experience in the remodeling business.

We specialize in Kitchens & Bathrooms, Kosher Kitchens, Custom Built-Ins, Home Offices & Universal Design.
We do whole house remodeling and any type of interior construction.

We only employ the highest quality craftsman to make your dream a reality.

We always earn your complete satisfaction.

We can be seen on Houzz as well as our website

As owner and designer of Best Kitchens & Baths, LLC,    I get immense satisfaction from turning my client's dreams into reality.

I especially enjoy the challenge of working with a difficult space and turning it into one of beauty and functionality. 

I have been in the remodeling business for over four decades
so I bring alot of experience to your project.

I am involved in your project from conception to completion and oversee all phases of your project to its completion.

Ed McGarvey, CKD,CAPS

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Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
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1 Review


  • salvatore siciliano

    Ed got the work started soon after approval. Within 2 weeks. Job was done quickly and on schedule. Guys cleaned up after themselves and hauled away all trash. Communication was very good. Ed kept me informed every step of the way and kept all appointments. Everyone was courteous and respectful. Bathroom came out great. Highly recommended.

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

I make an appointment with the client to come out to their house to meet with them and look at their project .

We discuss the client's tastes, ideas, desires and expectations for their proposed project. 

We also discuss the client's budget and what kind of investment they expect to make for the project.

At that point I measure the area and take photos of where the work will be done.

I make an appointment to meet with the clients at our showroom at a future date to review plans, renderings and written proposal for the project. After the clients approve the final design,selections can start to be made for cabinets and other items needed to complete the project. After all selections are made, all items are detailed in a written contract and the project is placed on the schedule for work to commence.

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

I have over four decades of experience in the remodeling business specializing in kitchens & bathrooms. I have been a carpenter, a supervisor, an expediter and a designer.

I am a Certified Kitchen Designer (CKD) and member of the National Kitchen & Bath Association. I am also a Certified Aging in Place Specialist (CAPS) as designated by the National Association Of Home Builders

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

Each project is priced on its own merit. Job conditions, location and client's budget have an effect on the final price for the project.

How did you get started in this business?

I started out as a carpenter apprentice learning how to install kitchens & bathrooms. My knowledge and experience as a remodeler along with my natural talent for drafting and design lead me to get into full time work as a deigner.

What types of customers have you worked with?

I have worked with many different types of customers with most of my clients coming from professional fields, business executives and business owners. 

Describe a recent project you are fond of.

Very recently designed and built a Master Bathroom with a custom furniture like double rectangular sink vanity in white with a soapstone top. There are two custom matching partially recessed medicine cabinets with bevel edge mirrors and crown molding. The room is surrounded with classic white bead board wainscot panels, grey walls and dark stone tile floor and lighted only by small recessed ceiling LED fixtures. The shower is finished off with (3) different sizes of carrara marble tiles from floor to ceiling and custom clear frameless glass enclosure with exposed "barn door" style sliding hardware in chrome. The existing linen closet was replaced with a unique built-in open shelf linen storage which allowed for a larger shower. The bathoom is fully complemented with Kohler "Artifacts" polished chrome faucets, fittings and accessories.

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

A professional in the kitchen & bath business should be a problem solver and should work in your best interest at all times. He or she must be a good listener and be able to take your ideas and transform them into tangible realities and be commited to helping you realize your dream. The designer should be able to show examples of their work and possibly work done for other clients. There should be some evidence of alliance with a professional organization (s).

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

What is the budget for the project going to be ?

What can we realisticly afford ?

What do we want this project to look like when completed ?

How do we want to use the space ?