The kitchen is the heart of the home and the center of all gatherings. While many homeowners desire many of the same features, everyone is different. Some want seating at the island, for others, it is strictly a workspace to create a fantastic meal. Our philosophy is to ask questions and listen to the answers while offering guidance. Designing and remodeling to create the ideal kitchen for our customers.


Whether your ideal kitchen is classic, contemporary, country farmhouse, cottage, transitional, minimalist or one which would be the envy of award-winning chefs. Two-time Houston Remodeler of the Year, Premier Remodeling’s team of kitchen remodeling experts can deliver your dream kitchen.

There are products for every style, taste, function and need.

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Of course, there are the essentials, appliances, sink, cabinetry and countertops—but there is so much more to consider. We determine what is important for each client and start the kitchen remodeling process from there.

  • Appliances
  • Countertop workspace
  • Room for everyone
  • Great layout for preparing and consuming meals
  • We believe each kitchen should have some astonishing wow factor
  • As simple as a backsplash feature or as grand as a magnificent island

Award-winning Kitchens

  • Houston’s Best/PRISM Award-winning “Best Kitchen Remodel” three-time winner.
  • Four times our kitchen remodels have been selected for the cover of Houston Remodeling Guide, an annual publication.

Why remodel your kitchen (from the National Kitchen & Bath Association…needs rewriting)

  • Adequate space: Are you satisfied with the amount of counter space, cabinet space and floor space in your kitchen? The position of your refrigerator or shape of your counter may be taking away useful workspace. According to the NKBA Kitchen and Bath Planning Guidelines, when replacing a countertop or changing the shape of your kitchen, keep in mind that a total of 158″ of countertop frontage, 24″ deep with at least 15″ of clearance above, is needed to accommodate all uses, including landing area, preparation/work area, and storage.
  • Traffic flow: If there’s more than one cook in your household, you may want to consider making more room around the main workspace. If you enjoy entertaining, you may want an open plan kitchen that allows for more social interaction between the kitchen and other rooms. According to the NKBA Kitchen Planning Guidelines, the width of a walkway should be at least 36″ and the width of a work aisle should be at least 42″ for one cook and at least 48″ for multiple cooks.
  • Children: Depending on whether or not you have children, and their ages, your kitchen may need to be remodeled. Dated appliances and the design of your kitchen can be hazardous for young kids. If you are in the process of extending your family, you may want more room for cooking larger meals and lower cabinets for easier access to children’s food. Based on the NKBA Kitchen Planning Guidelines, microwave ovens should be installed 3″ below the principal user’s shoulder but no more than 54″ above the floor to avoid accidents. The NKBA also suggests avoiding sharp corners on countertops with kids around.
  • Efficiency: If your appliances are dated, they may be costing you more money than you expect. New technological advances with dishwashers, disposals, and refrigerators could save you a considerable amount of money and may be well worth the investment. For example, purchasing a dishwasher with low-energy consumption, delay timer, and economy cycle or half-load button will result in saving water and money.
  • Universal Design: Is your kitchen accessible to individuals with disabilities? Will you be able to use your kitchen safely as you get older? Considering these issues is vital in a kitchen remodel. Employing Universal Design techniques in the remodel will help assure that the space is as accessible to or usable by all people, regardless of age, size or physical ability without the need for adaptation or specialized design later on.
  • Location: Thinking about adding a deck to the side or back of your house? Incorporating a door into the layout of your kitchen would be a great convenience for outdoor entertaining. You also may want to rearrange the position of windows to allow more or less sunlight or to watch your children play in the yard. When rearranging the layout of your kitchen, according to the NKBA guidelines, the clear opening of a doorway should be at least 32″ wide, which would require a minimum of 2’10” door. Keep in mind that a cooking surface should never be located under an operable window.