Eco-modernism Lessens the Biggest Pain of Kitchen Renovation: The Wait

The biggest source of pain during a kitchen remodel is being without a functioning kitchen. So Raleigh based Eco-modernism has introduced the Ecomod Extreme Kitchen Makeover Package, which guarantees a completed kitchen renovation in 2 weeks.

Raleigh, NC, March 07, 2009 --( "Always innovate toward efficiency", is Eco-modernism's ( M.O. when it comes to kitchen design & remodeling. The biggest source of pain during a kitchen renovation isn't the amount of money it costs. It's the amount of time the owners must live without a functioning kitchen.

The average kitchen renovation project takes from 6 weeks to 3 months. That's a long time to be without a kitchen. Bathroom updates are different, because there is usually more than one bathroom in a house. So while one gets refurbished, the other is still usable. But there's only one kitchen, so the inconvenience factor of going without is much higher.

Eco-modernism's antidote to the kitchen remodeling situation is something it has dubbed the Ecomod Extreme Kitchen Makeover package. It guarantees a complete renovation in 2 weeks. The only caveat is if extensive damage from water or insects is discovered in the process.

"There is more work in terms of planning and uncovering surprises as early as possible, but the payoff is a much shorter project execution time, " said Eco-modernism founder Becky Shankle. Her Raleigh NC based studio specializes in highly affordable modern IKEA kitchens - another timesaver since their order lead time is usually less than 3 weeks.

If it's not done in 2 weeks? "Then we refund your $1,500 fee for the Extreme package, and we still guarantee completion in 1 month, " Shankle says. That money would cover all those meals you'll be eating out while you're waiting for your new kitchen.

Remodeling is a disruptive process. "We want to get in & out as quickly & efficiently as possible, so it's win-win for everyone." $1500 is a small price to pay for peace of mind and ultimately of home.

Becky Shankle