One of the joys of professional photography is the opportunity to work with great firms and find out what makes them tick. It was a huge honor to work with a company that helped me understand the concepts that drive the kitchen remodeling industry. I learned how to hire a remodeler, the questions to ask to find out if they can deliver and the background checks that must be done. In all, the photo shoot was an eye-opener that showed me that there are amazing companies that are truly making a difference in the way we live. My brief chat with the Company’s CEO showed that they are poised to lead their market in every range.
The first shot I took was to capture the Kitchen cabinets and the processes used in fabricating some of them. The photo session took me from the point of inventory to the finished product. Also, I had to cover the various measurements and home design options that are available as a custom offer for the savvy homeowner. The photograph session led me to some of the homes that were recently serviced by this great company. The experience became a little more interesting as a few of the homeowners showed me the before and after photographs of their kitchen. I took various shots for the conventional kitchen designs, antique design and other unique blends.
It must be mentioned that kitchen remodeling in Long Island has taken a very interesting shape. A few decades back, it was a business run by people who are not truly professional. Based on my photoshoot sessions, I can attest to the fact that every member of the kitchen remodeling team are top line experts. The CEO shared how his passion to create new designs in a home led him to focus on this trade. He said that he knew that there was more to kitchen refacing than what he saw when he wanted to come into the industry. He said that he was proud of the strides that his company has made thus far.
At the last count, he said that he had over 35 kitchen design ideas that can serve those with a low budget. He said that no one should step back from beautifying their kitchen because there was always a way to make it work. He showed me some of the mails sent to him by satisfied customers. At the end of my discussion with him, he offered to take me on a tour of the first facility he used when starting out in the business. My instinct as a photographer arose and I had fun taking various shots at their old facility.
The photographs are currently being processed and will be posted on the company’s website. Each of the pictures tells the story of what people can achieve when they set their hearts to excellence. I believe that every kitchen remodeling company needs to take a cue from this organization in order to remain relevant in their various pursuits.