Woodbridge Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

Who Is Kitchen Infinity?

Kitchen Infinity is a well-renowned kitchen remodel contractor servicing Woodbridge, 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 Woodbridge 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 Woodbridge, 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 Woodbridge 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!

    Countertops

    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, 06525 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 Woodbridge kitchen needs a breath of fresh air, give the team of kitchen contractors at Kitchen Infinity a call!

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    Woodbridge Highlights Beyond The Kitchen

    Woodbridge is a town situated in New Haven County, Connecticut, United States with a population of 8,990 according to the 2010 census. The town comprises a total area of 19.2 square miles (50 km2), of which land is 18.8 square miles (49 km2) and water is 0.4 square miles (1.0 km2). There is a division in Woodbridge and the town is divided into two different parts. Central Woodbridge and The Flats. Central Woodbridge is the hilly side of the town and The Flats is the eastern side sharing a border with West Rock and New Haven Neighborhood of Westville.

    Woodbridge was previously named as “Amity”, having been sculpted out of the land and actually belonging to New Haven and Milford as an independent parish in 1739. In 1742, the Rev. Benjamin Woodbridge was appointed in Amity, and the modern town is named after him.  Like Wolcott, Woodbridge was assimilated in 1784 and experienced a lot of suburbanization.

    Town of Woodbridge
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    Woodbridge is ruled by a Board of Selectmen, which has 6 members. First selectman was Edward Maum Sheehy (Democrat), who got selected in April, 2006. Beth Heller is the first Selectwoman in Woodbridge (Democrat) since 2017.

    Education is no doubt one of the vital factors that you consider when you are moving to a new town. Woodbridge has an excellent education system with state funded programs which includes:

    • Grammar School
    • Middle School
    • High School

    The town has many organizations that are working for the protection of land which is not developed yet. Some of the undeveloped historic places are:

    • The Woodbridge Land Trust.
    • The Woodbridge Park Association.
    • Preserved Hiking Trails
    • Alice Newton Street Memorial Park (93-acre).
    • Wepawaug Falls area (22-acre).

    The town center is also registered on the National Register of Historic Places as Woodbridge Green Historic District. Important locations registered on the National Register of Historic places include:

    Darling House Museum – which got added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.
    Woodbridge Green Historic District – which got added to the National Register of Historic Places in 200.

    The town also has a history of famous people residing here. Famous and notable people of the town are:

    • Guido Calabresi, who is famous, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit judge and is a Yale Law School professor.
    • Charles Edward Clark, who is a jurist and politician.
    • David Gelernter is an author and professor of computer science at Yale University.
    • Suzanne Greco, a business-lady.
    • Boone Guyton, who is businessman, author, and WWII test pilot.
    • John Hollander is a poet and literary critic.

    Keeping the architectural design of Connecticut consistent, Woodbridge’s houses and buildings also have triangular style architecture with large glass windows, soft colored paints, expansive lawns, brightly lit white kitchens which overlook the lawns and hallways that have kitchen, dining area and sitting room connected.

    The overall look of the town and the cohesiveness of the structure provides a very pleasing look. People are also moving towards outdoor kitchens and Kitchen Infinity is here to get the job done. Our professionals ensure that the kitchen you want (whether indoor or outdoor) is according to Woodbridge’s and YOUR standards.

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