The Best Kitchen Remodeling Contractors in Florida

Established in 2002, Palm Brothers Remodeling is one of Naples’s largest full-service remodeling contractors. In addition to providing home and condo remodels, custom closet design, interior design, custom millwork, and multi-room renovation services, the firm has a luxury kitchen and bath showroom and offers custom cabinetry as well as finish carpentry.

Monark showroom display Palm Brothers’ ability to provide a variety of services has been key in establishing its name in the construction industry. As members of the American Society of Interior Designers, the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and the Collier Building Industry Association (CBIA), the firm is also able to stay abreast of the latest industry techniques, products, and building methods.

 

 

 

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Palm Brothers Remodeling’s turnkey capabilities get a helping hand with CNC technology

As Featured In CNC Insider Magazine by By Jo-Ann Kaiser

The term “full service” doesn’t wholly describe the range of products and capabilities offered by Palm Brothers Remodeling Inc., a turnkey renovation firm based in Naples, Florida. Specializing in commercial interiors and custom woodworking, the company designed, built and installed what is considered to be the country’s first funeral home wine cellar, enabling the Naples funeral provider to offer an alternative form of memorial gathering. The 2015 wine cellar project was profiled on television and in print for its unique setting. 

See why our state-of-the-art equipment makes us Naples premiere custom woodworking shop when you read the rest of our featured article here.

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As Seen In Home & Design Magazine

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This sleek, ultra-modern dream kitchen features custom-built cabinetry with stainless steel edges and integrated handles on engineered veneered doors and drawers, creating a contemporary, minimalist look. Read the whole article at Home & Design.

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