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The Annapolis Spring Home Expos is taking place next weekend, September 24 – 25, at the Byzantium in Annapolis, MD. Come out and speak with Kitchen Magic Refacers’ Designers about your upcoming kitchen or bath projects as well as browse door samples,…
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The Annapolis Spring Home Expos is taking place this weekend, February 27 – 28, at the Byzantium in Annapolis, MD. Come out and speak with Kitchen Magic Refacers’ Designers about your upcoming kitchen or bath projects as well as browse door samples, stain…
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Mark your calendar and see what Kitchen Magic can you for your kitchen. There is an upcoming Remolding Expo located at the Baltimore Convention Center. Wouldn’t you love to upgrade the look and style of your kitchen? Come see what we can do for you…
Mark your calendar and see what Kitchen Magic can you for your kitchen. There is an upcoming Remolding Expo located at the Baltimore Convention Center. Wouldn’t you love to upgrade the look a…
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The Gunsior Family in Annapolis, MD had old oak cabinets and as you can see in before picture the back of the kitchen island and the side of the base end cabinet are plastic “wood” and do not match the rest of the kitchen. Kitchen Magic made a drastic…
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The Dobbs Family in Fairfax, VA needed an upgrade for their lackluster looking kitchen. The old builder installed oak cabinets were refaced with genuine, high quality wood using a Presidential style and then finished with dark cherry stain for a richer…
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The Curling family kitchen in Annapolis, MD had wanted to display some of her dishes, teapots, and collectables. Kitchen Magic designer and in-house cabinet-maker produced a stunning curio wall cabinet with glass shelves, halogen lights with dimmer, and…
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Kitchen Magic Refacers, Inc. is now hiring Designers and Installers! If you have experience as a Kitchen Designer or Refacing Installer, now is your opportunity to join our team! Kitchen Magic has been in business for over 30 years working with homeowners…
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  It’s that time of the year – Spring Home Show Season! If you would like to discuss with Kitchen Magic Refacers’ Designers your upcoming kitchen and bathroom remodeling projects – now is the time! At every show, you will have the opportunity to speak…
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Order your kitchen by January 3, 2016 and get 25 % off! Treat yourself to this special holiday sale and get that kitchen you always dreamed of. Beat the 2016 price increases! Call or email Kitchen Magic today and start the new year off right, with a…
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Over the years we have seen thousands of kitchens. Most were great cabinets that stood the test of time, even what is referred to as “builder grade” that meant passable boxes but poorly finished oak doors. Then came a sub-category of builder grade…
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Treat yourself to a holiday bonus for less than the cost of new cabinetry with granite countertops. Why replace when you can reface with custom-made, solid hardwood doors and drawer fonts, new hinges, and hardware-all covered by our Lifetime of Ownership…
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Looking to make a major change to your kitchen? Well Kitchen Magic Refacers Inc. is more than just a pretty re-face!   Here is a stunning transformation we did in Edgewater, MD. The first step was to remove, relocate, and reconfigure the cabinets in the…
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Gambrills, MD 21054
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(410) 923-5800kitchenmagic.net
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"The service and quality is absolutely outstanding."
"This is the most unprofessional, inappropriate company I have ever dealt with."
"All in all, a good job for a good price."
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Jacob Smith
8 months ago
I scheduled an appointment to discuss cabinet refacing and received a phone AND email confirmation of the date, time, and address of the appointment. My wife and I went out of our way to be there for the appointment, but no one from Kitchen Magic bothered to show up or call to indicate they were running late or needed to reschedule. I emailed them to see what happened to them and have yet to receive a response. At this point, even if they make an effort to reschedule, their estimate won't matter because I'd rather pay someone else more to do the job than deal with an unprofessional company like Kitchen Magic. Don't waste your time! UPDATE: I was contacted THREE days after the appointment with an apology from their office with the excuse they discovered the following day their designer had a family emergency and was unable to contact me. It doesn't take a math whiz to realize that means it took them TWO more days after discovering they missed my appointment for their office to email an apology (not even a phone call) and try to reschedule. If I could change my rating from one star to zero I would.
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Mitch Cohen
5 months ago
First, the installation itself was very good. No issues there. We did have significant issues with Kitchen Magic in the final week. My brother signed a contract with Kitchen Magic to complete the work stated above with a 1/3 down-payment and the rest to be financed at 0% for 12 months. The home was vacated in early July, as I worked (possessing my brother's full power-of-attorney) with contractors to complete pre-sale renovations. My brother moved 3 hours away in early July and planned to return when required. Kitchen Magic was unable to start the installation when they scheduled because of an employee illness - no issue there, it does happen and we were understanding and flexible. After the installation eventually began (July 29), after Mike, from the company determined that the installation MIGHT be completed on August 1st, Mike called me at work and stated that we must either come with cashier's or certified check for the balance due ... or get my brother to return that day to sign the 0% loan ... or their employee would "walk off the job right now". I told Mike that declaring an emergency was unnecessary as my brother could come up on Saturday and sign any paperwork necessary OR he could FedEx the paperwork to him, he would sign/notarize it and return it via FedEx and he would have it all by Wednesday ... and we would happily pay the Fedex costs. He refused to do anything via FedEx and reiterated that if we could not commit to getting my brother to drop everything and return to the worksite with payment-in-full before their employee left "today", he would have their employee "walk off the job right now". He then blamed the Federal Government, new credit laws and the rigorous requirements of the credit agency and that he "had been stiffed by a prior customer who did not pay". I reminded him that we had been very flexible with their schedule and they could be flexible for a couple days to get my brother to drive up to sign any paperwork ... it was just impossible to do it "today". I was unable to leave work, my brother could not leave and drive three hours ... so my wife took the remainder of the day off to get a bank check and get to the job site ... only to find that the installer was unable to finish that day anyway!!! Manufactured emergency … no need for a check and ½ day wasted. Okay ... I was not quick enough to remind him that we actually have a signed contract that states that they will do work and we will actually pay for it. There is no requirement that payment be made or paperwork be signed the very day that work is completed, especially when the job completion is indefinite. The fact that there is a contract actually DOES mean something to both parties and we did nothing at all to deserve this manufactured emergency. In the end, we seemed forced to skip the 12-month 0% financing, which, I suspect, was the reason they manufactured this emergency ... they benefit by receiving cash over credit. Oh … and they still have not deposited the 1/3 down-payment check they were given at contract signing on June 11th (today is August 14th). Recommendation: I would read your contract payment terms well in advance of signing the contract. Ensure that payment of any balance due is required by reasonable terms: 15 days or 30 days from project completion. If you cannot get reasonable contract payment terms that ensure they cannot create an emergency, do not do business with this company.
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Frank Clark
11 months ago
Wanted to redo my kitchen with out the mess, these guys made it happen by refinishing the cabinets. No mess, really no construction. Recommend. They are also great neighbors.
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E Hendrickson
a year ago
A year ago we hired Kitchen Magic to reface our cabinets as well as to concert a space into a pantry. After a year, the mitre joints, cabinet doors and drawers, crown and shoe molding, and veneer all look great, even with three kids in the house. They helped us design the door to drawer conversion and pantry to maximize our usable space. The maple door from fronts were a nice grade of work, without knots, and very well finished so wiping them down does not impact the wood. The carpenter, whose name I forgot, was very professional in both work and manner. All in all, a good job for a good price.
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Mike Landers
a year ago
From the initial product presentation to the initial estimate this is the most professional company we have ever experienced. When the second measurement was taken to verify the accuracy of the initial measurement and estimate I knew this was going to be a great experience. The installation was conducted by true craftsmen who know woodworking and the final product is a woodworking work of art. The service and quality is absolutely outstanding. Highly recommended.
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John Torres
a year ago
This is the most unprofessional, inappropriate company I have ever dealt with. I arranged have someone come to my house and provide an estimate for refacing my cabinets (the Thursday 7:30 pm appointment in Arnold, MD in case the supervisor cares to read this). The man I dealt with was unbelievable. I began to tell him what I wanted to accomplish, he stopped me and asked where the rest of my family was. I said that my wife and kids are at the YMCA and will be back within a half hour. He said 'I might as well leave then, because we don't do any consulting until everyone is here'. Did I mention that I said my wife would be back within 30 minutes? I said that my wife and I have sat down and made clear decisions on exactly what we want accomplished, its just a matter of finding out who can accomplish it for the best value, besides, I have 4 young kids and even if my wife was here with all of them at least 1 of us wouldn't be able to do much listening or responding. He then said 'I know of a good kennel that you can leave you kids at for a week'. Seriously?!?!?!? He then began to get political and rip ObamaCare, I have no idea why, plus politics is never something to talk about with complete strangers as its typically a touchy subject. He then started to argue with me about the need for my wife to be here before he did anything. I would assume that if you are trying to earn business you wouldn't argue with the person inviting you into their home who was hoping to do business with you. Not that anyone seeking service should have to, but I tried to explain why it would be ok if he at least got started with information gathering by stating that my wife and I have spent ample time discussing what we want and that I'm in the real estate rehabbing business (as to provide some credibility to the fact that it would be ok for him to do something while waiting for my wife to come back) and he began to state that I was lying by saying ' a lot of people say that they are in real estate rehabbing, I was a VP for a development company and built thousands of homes blah blah blah.....The way in which he talked to me and the things that he said made made me feel as though I was an idiot who is incapable of knowing how to communicate with or understand my spouse. He made me feel as though I was a child who can't make any good decisions. I am not an emotionally sensitive individual, so the rest of my night will be pleasant, but I thought it prudent to make sure everyone knows the truth about this horrendous company. STAY AWAY! I will NEVER use this company for ANYTHING, even if it costs me double!
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