Satulah Mountain –

After putting off a much needed gutting of our kitchen for years, we decided that we really needed to go ahead and get it done. The numerous unpleasant stories circulating about construction nightmares, as well as several people who informed us that they would never go through another kitchen remodel again filled us with dread. We were shocked one night at dinner with friends when they said that they loved their kitchen person and thought that the process was not too bad. We now must join the chorus in support Paul and Christy at Keystone Kitchen and Bath.

Paul and Christy must be the best in the business. To begin with, they listen to the client.  As restaurant owners and chefs we had very specific ideas about what we needed. They listened and made notes of each little thing we described. They then took our ideas and ran with them adding even more beautiful and helpful ideas. We really appreciated that they understood how a kitchen functioned as well as how to make it look good. Several times we made suggestions which were vetoed by Paul. He would remind us of how we used a kitchen and explained how our choice was incompatible with that. The space was tight, there was great pressure to use it as efficiently as possible. They worked to make sure every inch of space was well used. Paul and Christy really understood our needs.

From start to finish communication was key and this is another area in which Keystone excels. All calls and emails were returned promptly and cheerfully. Explanations and descriptions were thorough. Given the combination of top notch service, communication, eye for detail and enthusiasm, we would not consider using anyone else and can heartily recommend Keystone Kitchen and Bath.   –   Carter and Nancy Bruns

Cross Creek –

Because of our high standards we count on Keystone Kitchen and Bath to help our customers with all of their cabinetry needs.   We never have to worry about quality, design, or communication with our customers once we contract with Keystone.  –  Scott Westendorf, President/General Contractor, Chinquapin Builders, Inc.

Lake Toxaway –

While we live in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, we also own a home in Lake Toxaway, North Carolina. When we wanted to upgrade the master bath there we turned to Keystone Kitchen and Bath. Paul Bradham took our initial thoughts, came up with an outstanding design, then managed a turnkey construction job. We are so pleased with the outcome and proud to show off the results to our guest.

It means a lot for peace of mind when you can have confidence in a professional like Paul. He uses the finest tradesmen whose integrity assures you your home is in good hands.  –  Dan Harless

 Riley –

Working with Paul Bradham, of Keystone Kitchen and Bath, has been such a positive experience! We knew it was time to completely overhaul the master bathroom, and Paul blended his innovative vision and expertise with our wishes to create a spacious and modern bathroom without giving up the feeling of our mountain home. Remodeling through long distance phone calls was a breeze with Paul. We love our new bathroom!  –  Ethelyn Riley

Singleton –

We were delighted with Keystone Kitchen and Bath.  Paul took an ordinary kitchen and made it into a warm and inviting room.  Everyonde who comes in remarks on the change it has made in our mountain home.  We would use Paul for any other renovations in those areas.  –  Linda and George Singleton

Warth Construction –

Warth Construction has had a working relationship with Keystone Kitchens for many years. Paul Bradham is professional with clients, quick to respond to calls and to correct the occasional mishap. It is refreshing to work with a cabinet subcontractor that not only creates his own drawings but beautiful and creative designs to boot. Keystone is excellent at keeping on schedule which is critical for a general contractor. Disorganized subcontractors can hold up an entire project costing money everyday. Keystone is professional every step of the way.  –  Danielle Warth, CFO, Warth Construction, Inc.