Allentown, Pennsylvania

For this Kitchen Remodel in Allentown, we removed the wall between the kitchen and dining room to make a more spacious open area. The white oak hardwood floors were installed to blend into the front living room. Custom made cabinets along with concrete counter tops make this contemporary kitchen a beautiful workspace. Two (2) openings were created to open the space to a year round sunroom.

Project Details


July, 2016


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Client Testimonial

“I was extremely pleased with Kahler Construction. They handled the general contracting of my recent kitchen expansion/renovation project. Budd took out a wall separating my original kitchen from a secondary dining room, making the kitchen almost twice the original size. He had to bury a beam in the ceiling where two original rooms met to create a completely open space. This was a very creative endeavor as the ceiling joists changed direction. It involved moving/rerouting a lot of ductwork, plumbing and electrical. He also handled the drywall, plumbing electrical and trim work, along with overseeing and coordinating the kitchen cabinet maker, concrete countertop people, and flooring. As a subcontractor myself, I have worked around many other general contractors in the last 30 years and am very impressed with Budd’s hands-on carpentry skill, patience and organizational and oversight skills.”

Jim Gourniak, Home Owner

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