Thomson Remodeling has been specializing in Kitchen & Bath Remodeling for over 29 years.
We offer design services and cabinetry from Holiday, Ultracraft, Adelphi Kitchens and Bridgewood Cabinetry. These are custom and semi-custom cabinetry lines. Select from a wide variety of Kohler sinks and faucets. Looking for cabinet discounts or lower cost but good quality cabinets? Check out our Ultracraft Vision and River Run Cabinetry.
Thomson Remodeling has provided Baltimore metro area customers with custom kitchen remodeling since 1982. We are a member of the National kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA), and the BKBG buying group. BKBG companies offer their customers more buying power.
Not all kitchen contractors are alike. Need to move a wall? Install a beam? Add a room? We have the technical skill and expertise to turn your dated kitchen into your dream kitchen.
Visit our kitchen and bath showroom at 505 W Cold Spring Ln
Please call us for a free, in-home consultation. Ideas but no kitchen plan?Design services are available. (410) 889-7391.
We carry five lines of cabinets, including fully custom, semi custom and stock lines from
2006 ROYAL AWARD WINNER!
This kitchen needed some work !! We were called in to increase the efficiency, function and appearance of a kitchen that had been added in the mid fifties judging by the materials and cabinets used . . .
Our client purchased their 85 year old brick French Colonial style home in Guilford and wanted to update the retro style of her kitchen. The kitchen had painted white cabinets original to the house with a shallow pantry built-in nook and an eat-in area with desk beyond.
The refrigerator was placed clumsily in the room, but located conveniently next to a side door where the client brought groceries in. There was a good amount of travel distance from the sink to the refrigerator and really no prep surface in between, aside from a much loved small wood block . . .
Our client purchased their 100 year old Roland Park home approximately six years ago. After doing roofing and deck work for them over the years, our client decided to enlist our kitchen remodeling expertise.
The small, outdated kitchen was located at the back of the house. An un-insulated closed-in mud room acted as an extension of the kitchen by housing a second refrigerator and some storage. An exterior wall incorporating a double-hung window and exterior door separated the closed-in porch from the kitchen . . .
Our client purchased their seventy-six year old masonry Tudor style home in Homeland and wanted to update and expand the size of their kitchen.
Most new projects come from existing clients. This project came after a two story addition done for the customer in 2001, which added a new family room, master bedroom, bath and screen porch. In 2006, a larger kitchen and a more open floor plan was needed for th e family in Stoneleigh.
Conveniently located in the historic district of Mt. Vernon of Baltimore City, our clients bought their two bedroom, two bath apartment from a lawyer who was using it as his office.