Southbury Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

Who Is Kitchen Infinity?

Kitchen Infinity is a well-renowned kitchen remodel contractor servicing Southbury, Connecticut. Our dedicated team specializes in various facets of kitchen design, including backsplashes, countertops, kitchen makeovers, cabinets, storage solutions, full kitchen construction and more! Whether you’re installing a new granite countertop or contemplating some cabinet refacing, we’re the team to call. 

We offer free kitchen consultations. Why not take up our free offer? Continue reading below to learn about kitchen remodeling services that we can offer you. And if you’re serious about bringing your dream kitchen come to life, you’ll be able call or schedule your no commitment consultation with one of our awesome Kitchen Infinity team members! 

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Kitchen Remodeling in Southbury Done Right

Custom Cabinets

Your kitchen cabinets are one of the first things people see when they walk into your kitchen, so it’s essential to make them look striking and impressive. However, it’s also crucial to maximize your kitchen’s workspace and storage. That’s where our custom cabinets come in!

Our custom cabinets in Southbury, CT are designed to perfectly fit your kitchen, maximize the efficiency of your working triangle, and give your home the aesthetic and feel it deserves. Our team is experienced in creating custom cabinets for modern, traditional, and transitional kitchens.

The Kitchen Infinity team of kitchen remodelers in Southbury use various styles of door panels, materials, shapes, sizes, and paint finishes to create the exact custom cabinetry that your kitchen needs. We want our customers to be proud of their kitchens!


Whether you’re looking for granite, quartz, marble, laminate, or any other material, Kitchen Infinity installs custom kitchen countertops. We work with all different countertop materials, shapes, and designs, helping you to get the high-quality kitchen countertops of your dreams.

Let’s face it, 06487 is a prominent zip code, and you deserve prominent countertops. A great countertop can significantly boost the value of your home, especially if it’s made from granite or quartz. The distinctive veining and patterns of these countertops create unique, opulent elements to your kitchen that are visually striking and last for decades if cared for correctly.

Cabinet Refacing

Are your kitchen cabinets looking a little dated? Maybe they’re drab or they’ve sustained damage over the years? If your kitchen needs a refresh but you don’t want to spend too much, try our cabinet refacing services in your area. 

Cabinet refacing means that you keep the existing framework of your cabinets (the shelves and mounts) but the doors are replaced with new ones, easily modernizing your kitchen space without changing any structural work.

We use high-quality laminate and wooden doors in our cabinet refacing jobs, finishing off your new cabinet doors with high-quality hardware, handles, and fittings that will stand the test of time. If your Southbury kitchen needs a breath of fresh air, give the team of kitchen contractors at Kitchen Infinity a call!

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Beyond Remodeling Your Kitchen – Exploring The Artistic Realms of Southbury

Southbury is a town situated in the west of New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. Southbury is in the north of Oxford and Newtown, and east of Brookfield. Its total population was 19,904 as per the 2010 census.

In the 1920s, Russians were living in the town. Count Ilya Tolstoy (son of the author Leo Tolstoy) and George Grebenstchikoff were the ones who established an artist colony at the end of Main Street, which was known as Russian Village. At the peak of their regime, when there were many Russians living in the town, Churaevka established a printing press which was used by Russian and Ukrainian scholars and novelists. Churaevka is registered on the National Register of Historic Places of the town. Visitors that visited the colony often included people like the composer Sergei Rachmaninoff. Because of this history, Southbury, like Seymour is rich in arts, culture and history.

Town of Southbury
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As per the US Census Bureau report, Southbury comprises a total area of 40.1 square miles (103.8 km2), of which 39.0 square miles (101.0 km2) is land and 1.1 square miles (2.8 km2), or 2.69%, is water.

Southbury town provides a variety of retirement facilities, including Heritage Village, which is surrounded by New England's largest retirement communities. Heritage Village is built on 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) and consists of approximately 2,580 homes with 4,000 people, which is 14 times less than the population of Wallingford. It is billed as being an “active retirement” community, offering many activities. The town has a policy of retirement which is applicable to people above 55 years of age. About 30% of the population of the town is 60 years old and above, as per the reports of 2013. By keeping this in mind, the administration has made a plan to increase the services for the aging population.

The houses in the town are quite old carrying with them the historical touch of when the Russians resided in the town.  Since that structure is outdated, people in this town are often seen getting renovations done but their major concern is related to finances. While Kitchen Infinity does not promise house renovations, we do offer remodeling and renovation services for the kitchens.  And that too with extremely professional services and affordable price.

With other facilities, education is also top-notch. Southbury is part of the Pomperaug Regional School District, region 15, a school system that includes the towns of both Southbury and Middlebury. The system of education comprises four elementary, two middle and one high school. The schools located in Southbury include:

• Gain field Elementary School
• Pomperaug Elementary School
• Rochambeau Middle School
• Pomperaug High School

Speaking of education, The Southbury Public Library is considered as a department of the town, having its own 9-member Board of Directors. The town officially opened its new library (its 3rd, though no two have ever been in use lately) situated at 100 Poverty Road on May 1, 2006. This project cost $6 million and was the first public building that was built in Southbury in over 30 years. It consists of around 90,000 books. It has the latest technology such as; computers, audiobooks, DVDs, recording rooms for recording books.

Only a little area of Southbury is covered by water or underground water system, with the majority of people having access to wells and septic only. There is a shortage of water in the town and is the biggest concern for the people as well as the administration. The water is provided in the town by a company named Aquarion. The gas company is Yankee Gas Company. The cable (TV, internet, and phone) is provided by Charter Communications. The electricity is provided by Eversource Energy. The phone facility is provided by POTS & DSL, which is a Frontier Communications.

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