Best of Houzz For the Fourth Year in a Row!

houzzConnecting and interacting with our current and prospective clients is important to Kitchen Elements. In an effort to stay involved in great conversations regarding remodeling, designing, and more for the home, we joined Houzz. After joining Houzz, Kitchen Elements have won the “Best of Houzz” award for four consecutive years (2012-2015).

Houzz is an incredible tool to use when doing any home improvement project. Our experiences using Houzz have been positive, so we want to share some tips/information on how to utilize Houzz as homeowners. Be sure to follow Kitchen Elements on Houzz to learn more about our previous projects.

  • According to Houzz, projects that homeowners will spend the most money on are Kitchen remodeling projects.

  • Ideabooks are a great way to communicate with professionals (like us). With ideabooks, you can piece together photos of design elements that you love for your next remodel. *Click here to follow Kitchen Elements!

    • Ideabooks can be utilized to create a collection of pictures you feel will inspire you for your next home project. You can show professionals your ideabooks in order for your contractor to get a feel for how you would like your home to look after the finished product.

  • Houzz is similar to Pinterest. However, it is more interactive and incorporates Facebook-like qualities with updates, commenting, and the “liking feature.”

  • Remember to interact. The more you interact on Houzz, the more you can learn about your future remodels, design elements, who to hire for certain jobs, and what questions to ask professionals working on your home.

We are thrilled to announce our “Best of Houzz” award for 2015. Thank you to our clients who have submitted their reviews and shared their thoughts on our services. We hope to continue satisfying customers throughout the Washington Metropolitan Area.

Contact Kitchen Elements to learn more about our services, today! Don’t forget to follow us on Houzz and check out our most recent projects.