Pawleys Island Kitchen Remodeling Contractors

Who Is Kitchen Infinity?

Kitchen Infinity is a well-renowned kitchen remodel contractor servicing Pawleys Island, South Carolina. 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 Pawleys Island 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 Pawleys Island, SC 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 Pawleys Island 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, 29585 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 Pawleys Island kitchen needs a breath of fresh air, give the team of kitchen contractors at Kitchen Infinity a call!

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    Highlights About Pawleys Island

    Pawleys Island, a town in the Georgetown County of South Carolina, United States, comprising the town on the Atlantic coast barrier island as well as the adjacent mainland, is famous for the origin of Palmetto cheese and rope hammocks. Not to mention the kitchen remodeling in Pawleys Island is absolutely stunning. It rests  25 miles south of Myrtle Beach and 70 miles north of Charleston, two of the most famous beach vacation destinations on the Eastern Coast.

    Pawleys Island is one of the few natural landscapes that remain untouched and unexplored by humans. During your time in this town, you get to enjoy the crowd-free island life while staying close to all the attractions that Myrtle Beach has to offer. The most quintessential vacation on Pawleys island comprises fishing, crabbing, shelling, and surfing in the sea while relaxing on its white sandy beaches in between.

    Town of Pawleys Island
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    In 1700, European settlers entered here and started rice farming because of the Island’s favorable climate for the crop.  With the kind of kitchens that we can delivery it’d make these settlers jealous that Pawlseys Island kitchen remodeling was not yet a thing!  All of the lands here were allocated to the Pawleys Family during the colonial era, thus changing its name from “Chiquola” to Pawleys Island. Although the rice plantation turned out to be very successful but brought in scourges of mosquitoes because of the marshy rice fields. Thus the locals would resort to the area now known as the town of Pawleys Island during summers because of the strong ocean breezes. Later the owners began selling portions of its land to these temporary settlers, thus initiating the establishment of this town.

    According to the 2010 census, the number of all-time residents in this town is only 100, which shows a decline from 138 in 2000. The reasons being the lack of necessary infrastructure to sustain a quality life such as the average education system, inadequate economic opportunities, lack of efficient public transport, and under commercialization. But this off-beat place charm is what sets it apart from typical vacation spots. The locals take pride in their laid-back and idyllic lifestyle, which is often referred to as “arrogantly shabby” by some outsiders, but they are very persistent in preserving it. The town administration has implemented a ban on the construction of commercial and industrial properties to preserve its natural ecosystem. 

    Visitors often come here when they want to take a break from their busy lives and want to luxuriate on the serenity offered by the town. With the exception of two historic inns; Sea View Inn and Pelican Inn, most of the vacation rentals here are locally owned in the form of vintage cottages or exotic summer houses.  Since most of the tourists rent a full house and they prefer to cook their freshly caught seafood for a family feast inside their rental. Therefore, they fancy a beach house with a kitchen that is huge, well furnished, practical as well as pleasing to the eyes, So if you work in the hospitality business in this town, don’t forget to splurge a few extra bucks on the renovation and beautification of your kitchen. This simple yet often ignored act will attract more tourists to rent your home hence bringing in more business. 

    From its unique history to the spooky myth of “The Grey Man Ghost”,  secluded beaches to quaint yet affordable cottages, chill vibe to interesting locals, all of these factors combine to make it a gem of South Carolina.

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