Bernadette Kitchen Renovation in Niagara Falls

renovation overview

RENOVATION TYPE: Kitchen renovation

LOCATION: The home, nestled in Niagara Falls, Ontario, renowned for its breathtaking natural wonder, offers residents a captivating blend of natural beauty and vibrant entertainment. 

MAIN CHALLENGES: While satisfied with the size, location, and layout of their kitchen, the clients faced dated and worn-out cabinetry. Seeking a modernized look, they aimed to upgrade to cabinetry with improved efficiency and enhanced storage features without compromising the existing layout. Additionally, they desired upgrades to countertops and lighting to further enhance the functionality and aesthetics of their kitchen space.

RENOVATION COST: A medium-sized kitchen renovation of this caliber, featuring high-end cabinetry without any structural or layout changes, as well as no alterations to the flooring, typically starts at $100,000 and can exceed this amount

TRADES INVOLVED: For this home renovation, we partnered with highly skilled tradespeople with whom we have longstanding relationships, trusting in their products, reliability, workmanship, and unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction.

CLIENT REVIEW: “Our kitchen renovation included new kitchen cabinetry and countertops. Eden Build was the main contractor and organized the cabinetry and electrical installations. Along with organizing the work, Craig also performed deconstruction, drywall installation, plumbing and painting services. We went with his recommended cabinet manufacturer, Cromade. Craig had the project extremely organized from start to finish. He paid close attention to detail. The work area was left clean at the end of every day. We will definitely use Eden Build for our next renovation and highly recommend him.”

Niagara kitchen renovation with island and black pendants

Before The Renovation

Scope of Work


  • Removal of old kitchen cabinets and demolition of bulkhead and beam.


  • Addition of power for the bar fridge in the island.
  • Relocation and centering of pendants over the island.
  • Relocation of potlight feed in kitchen bulkhead.
  • Installation of a 30 amp feed for the new induction cooktop.


  • Redirecting the vent located in the bulkhead into the adjacent wall.
  • Disconnection of gas supply from existing range to accommodate a new induction cooktop, reducing carbon emissions.
  • Installation of appliances.


  • Installation of a new kitchen sink and faucet.


  • Completion of drywall repair.
  • Painting of the ceiling and priming and painting of wall repairs.
  • Installation of new custom kitchen cabinetry and quartz countertops.

after the renovation