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Lisa Myers opens Kitchen Cabinet and Counter business in Big Sandy

 

April 25, 2018

There is a new business in town. Lisa Myers is excited to open a Kitchen Cabinet and Counter Top showcase in down town Big Sandy. And she knows her stuff. Lisa received her degree in Interior Design from the Montana State Great Falls, which is a two-year intensive study just in interior Design in 2008.

She also has an Associate Kitchen and Bath Accreditation from NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) which is a big deal. To receive that she needed to pass a comprehensive test knowing everything about basic kitchen design, plumbing and electricity.

After passing that test she had to have two years of experience in the field and have two people she had worked with in the field recommend her. Lisa is also required to have continuing credits every year, which means she has continued her education in Interior Design for 10 years.

Every woman at some time during the life of their kitchen would like to remake her kitchen. Just for fun, now would be a great time just to check it out.

There are three ways you can act. Measure it yourself, come into the store with a cabinet list, and she will order the cabinets that are necessary; hire Prairie Craft Construction to come measure your kitchen, order the cabinets, and contract them to redo your kitchen, or give Lisa the measurements and she can redesign your kitchen. Lisa is excited about the creative part of designing a new kitchen.

Lisa picked a product that is high quality and yet still affordable with a lower price point. Aristokraft is a product she has used in her own kitchen. So, she knows it holds up.

It comes in a variety of construction options and wood products with cherry, oak, maple, birch, plus painted doors. It is also fun to look at the wide variety of counter tops that are now available at her store front. Lisa is also working on finding financing for local projects, so her clients can get the kitchen they want.

You can contact her at Prairiecraftconstruction@msn.com or at 378-2251.

 
 

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