What our customers are saying about Mission Kitchen & Bath


"Excellent - very good front end bid process, professional planning services (deposit required, but worth it as able to take their plans to another company, if not happy with their service...so little to no risk). Matt the employed primary workman lives the "Do It Right...Do It Once" attitude. This included him creating his own "punch-list", as the project went along, which resulted in effectively mitigating any "call-backs" after the project was completed. We were kept in the loop on the many choices that pop-up in such a large project (took master bath down to the stud & built back up)..as opposed to the project just going blindly forward based on the initial plans - allowing for a better final result."
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“I chose Mission Kitchen and Bath (MKB) from the 5 contractors I interviewed for several reasons: they were able to bid the entire job, they were able to bid the job without bringing in a cast of other contractors, they offered design assistance, and they have their own employees. I have run a small business and have great respect for those who also employ others. It also means seamless interface and a clear line of responsibility. They were also willing to work with my budget. If my house were worth $750,000, I would be more likely to want to spend $75,000, which was the average project cost of most of the other contractors I spoke to. The project started on time and ended on time. I was very grateful that MKB also coordinated the kitchen demolition with Habitat ReStore where I donated my cabinets, countertops and some appliances and furniture. Bob, our carpenter (pretty sure he doesn’t have a last name), was always prompt, always took a short lunch break, and always put in a full day. (He also played music I liked, but hardly loud enough for me to hear.) He has higher standards than I do and I had no qualms leaving him alone in the house for the day. The two subs (wood floor and electrical) were well supervised. At the end of each work day, the tarps were removed and the work area cleaned. I had input every step of the way. I am impressed with the whole team. I enjoyed talking to Al, both about my project and his business. There is very little he doesn’t know about kitchens and baths. Sonya was a great help in the design department (took me all over town, in fact) and I was never sorry when I took her advice (I am way more into function than style.) I have since had to call for Bob to handle a few minor details and he has normally come the same day and handled the issues expeditiously. I love my kitchen and spend more time gazing at it than I do cooking in it. All the neighbors who have come by have loved it as well. Oh, and they will be adding a counter-height vanity to our master bath this spring.”
“This is the second job MIssion Kitchen and Bath has done for me. The first was a complete kitchen remodel. I can only lament that I have no more kitchens and baths left! They are prompt and capable and communicate well. The site is always completely clean at the end of the day. The owner of the company visits regularly as does the designer–even when there is really no reason for them to do so. And I always have their complete attention even on a job this small. Sure wish these folks did more that kitchens and baths!”
“First, I wanted to thank MKB for our old home selling in 90 minutes, over asking price, and at the highest price our old neighborhood had ever seen. It was all because of the kitchen and utility room renovations you all did.”

“The original plumbing had been installed incorrectly back in 1980, so that there was poor drainage, leaks, and a slight sewer smell in this small upstairs bathroom. Al was joy to work with. Other bids were thousands higher and a few did not even want to tackle the job. Al helped me to select the tile for my shower and made recommendations for my new faucets and showerhead and door. The job took about 2 weeks, but the result was beautiful. Mission Kitchen and Bath did all of the work except for installation of my new shower door, which they arranged. I have used the bathroom for 4 months now and still love it.”
“I actually got Mission K&B from Angie’s List. The total cost of all the bids were $50,000 and it was not bad at all for a total renovation. I liked their estimate and liked that they had a decorator to work with. They were prompt, they had been in business for a while and they had good referrals. They were also top rated on Angie’s List.”