Wolcott Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

Who Is Kitchen Infinity?

Kitchen Infinity is your local kitchen remodeling company that will guide you through the entire kitchen renovation process. We service Wolcott and your entire county, and specialize in kitchen design, countertop and cabinet installations, backsplash, knob & pull selection, clever storage solutions, full kitchen makeovers, and more! If you have kitchen goals or need help narrowing down options, our Kitchen Infinity team will work with you to help accomplish these goals!  We encourage you to continue reading and discover some of the premier services that we can offer you! And schedule a free consultation…. because why not?! It’s FREE 

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    Get Your Kitchen Remodeled in Wolcott

    Custom Cabinets

    Are you building a new home in Wolcott? Or maybe you are planning for a kitchen renovation project. If so, you will need a high-quality kitchen cabinets. Our Connecticut team of designers and installers can help you plan your dream kitchen cabinets.

    We love working with owners on this exciting home improvement project. From kitchen design to installation, we are by your side. Expert artisans will ensure that your new kitchen cabinets are precisely what you want in your house.

    With a broad range of design options, you are guaranteed to find a look that fits your style and budget. You will have fun working with our kitchen remodelers to choose your colors, door style, type of wood, and hardware. 

    Cabinet Refacing

    Kitchen cabinets can take a beating over the years. If your Wolcott kitchen needs some TLC, Kitchen Infinity is ready to help with design to remodel. We offer full cabinet refacing to save you time and money during your remodeling project. If you don’t need all new cabinets, our resurfacing team can update your existing ones.

    There are door styles and colors to fit any home design. When you work with our experts, you will have a friendly, professional team for this home improvement project. We walk you through the whole kitchen renovation process and take care of all the details.

    With laminate veneer and new doors and drawer fronts, we leave you with beautiful, high-quality cabinets. The process is straightforward and budget-friendly. And resurfacing takes a fraction of the time of building brand new cupboards. Soon you will love spending time in your kitchen again.

    Countertops

    Every significant kitchen remodeling job involves new countertops. You might be completely changing the layout of your kitchen, or you may just need an update to the existing space. Either way, Kitchen Infinity is here to help.

    This room is the heart of your home and deserves all the love you can give it. Whether you want quartz or granite, our experts will ensure your countertops are perfect. When your kitchen design is stunning, you will be happy for years to come. As a full remodeling company, Kitchen Infinity takes care of everything.

    Once your remodeling project is complete, your new countertops will be an easy standout in your competing 06716 zip codes. Our professional kitchen contractors handle everything from measuring to ordering to installing. So you can sit back and stress less while we remodeling your kitchen.

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    Remodeling Kitchens In The Historic Town Of Wolcott

    Wolcott is a town situated in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States. It is mainly residential with a population of 16,680 according to the 2010 census. The town was established in the 1730s by the Connecticut Colony and was known as Farming bury then, but it got renamed Wolcott after being incorporated in 1796.

    Earlier in 1730’s, people living in this town had no official identity of their own except from the major towns of either Waterbury, Woodbridge or Farmington. Then in 1770, the people submitted a petition in the Connecticut General Assembly to create the First Society of Farming bury and succeeded. Now that it got independent, the people also gained some religious, legal, and financial freedom from the big towns of Waterbury and Farmington. However, the only hindrance now was in the political boundaries of the area as they were unchanged for more than two decades after freedom. At that time, the parish was greatly self-sufficient, but it was still not considered as a separate region as the political boundaries were not separated.

    Town of Wolcott
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    The people then made a petition in the Connecticut General Assembly in 1796, making a request that the town should be made an independent town, separate from Waterbury and Farmington. Assembly voted and the results were a tie, half in its favor and half against the proposal. The tie-breaking vote in favor of the people was cast by Lieutenant Governor Oliver Wolcott, and the land was officially got separated by Waterbury and Farmington and was made into the new town. Lieutenant Governor’s deciding vote was the turning point, hence the people renamed their newly established town as “Wolcott”. The 1800 United States Census was the first census that was conducted after Wolcott’s formation and counted 948 people living within the town.

    There are no natural lakes in Wolcott but there are many artificial reservoirs made from dams which were constructed on small rivers. Scoville Reservoir, which is also known as Wood tick Reservoir, covers an area of 121 acres and was constructed by making a dam on the Mad River in central Wolcott. It was initially built in 1917 to supply water to the Scovill Manufacturing Company, a brass manufacturing mill, and now the lake is owned by the town. Other reservoirs that are formed in the town include Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Hitchcock Lake, Southington Reservoir, New Britain Reservoir and Cedar Lake and Dunham Mill Pond.

    The highest point in New Haven County is located in Wolcott; a top called Lindsley Hill, which is approximately 1,046 feet above sea level.

    The famous people belonging to this small town are:

    • Amos Bronson Alcott (1799–1888)
    • William Andrus Alcott (1798–1859), born in Wolcott, teacher and famous author of over 100 books.
    • Andrew B. Jackson (1814-1878), Wisconsin discoverer and territorial legislature, born in Wolcott.
    • Anthony Fantano (1985-), music critic.
    • Jahana Hayes (1973-), U.S. congresswoman.
    • Seth Thomas (1785–1859), famous clock maker

    Like Wallingford, the infrastructure here is quite old and the buildings are ancient. The kitchens that were established at the start were make-shift kitchens which had no actual utility. As the town is small and less populated, the environment is cleaned and houses are constructed in a beautiful manner and are not congested. Kitchen Infinity’s remodeling process ensures that the town vibe is kept intact but utility of the kitchen is enhanced. We will make sure your kitchen fits in the vibe of the town but makes things more easy for you. From custom cabinets to finalizing the design, color, our team of professionals will take care of everything in an affordable way!

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