Remodel West Moves Into New Eco-Friendly Studio

Saratoga, CA (PressExposure) June 19, 2009 -- Over the past several months Remodel West has been building a new eco-friendly studio for their new location. This unique opportunity allowed owner, Bill Reid, to create a workplace in alignment with the companies core green building and design principles.

After being located in Cupertino CA for over seventeen years it was time for a change. "Our lease expired April 30th and I saw a chance to create a fresh new studio and I jumped at the chance". In visiting the studio the first impression is a contemporary feeling but with a warm glow to many of the materials that have been used.

Materials such as leather flooring, cork flooring, recycled carpet tiles, and reclaimed clear redwood from one of their projects sets the tone. One of the most interesting surprises is Bill used an antenna tower, believe it or not, inside the space as a key feature.

For a company that specializes in residential I was somewhat surprised to see the high level of design and quality construction that went into the space. I could easily see Remodel West accomplishing commercial tenant improvements with out a problem. The studio is not 100 percent complete though. Bill is making the final touches on display designs, glass sliding panels and rolling work surfaces. He expects to be done sometime this summer.

A blog site includes some great insights to the creating the new studio. Remodel West also has a website which surely conveys the level of service they provide.

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About Remodel West

RemodelWest aka Cupertino Kitchen Design was established in 1992. We specialize in residential design and construction of homes in Silicon Valley. We implement sustainable practices in everything we do for our projects. We employ our own design and construction staff. Owner Bill Reid oversees the design and construction of every project.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 18, 2009 at 7:58 am
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