Beckman Builders of Madison offers kitchen remodeling and building. We can make your dream kitchen a reality – new countertops, floors, cabinets and more! Beckman Builders can build, remodel and transform your old kitchen into a stunning new kitchen!
Beckman Builders serves the greater Madison area and strives to exceed every customer’s expectations. We not only triumph in easing the kitchen remodeling and building process, we also deliver unmatched customer service and place a high value on client relationships we make. We treat and respect our clients as our own family and friends, providing them with the new kitchen they always dreamed of.
This older kitchen and dining room in Cross Plains were in for some major renovations. The dog loving owners wanted to move away from the wood floors to tile, and they wanted a much more modern and open kitchen.
Beckman Builders not only knew this job would take a lot of work to turn this kitchen from shabby to chic, but also exactly how to do it. Beckman Builders tore out the old kitchen and hardwood floors and started the transformation! The old two-tone color cabinets were replaced and the floor was tiled to match the current tile already in the home. The lighting was changed to recessed can lights which help bring out the beauty of the kitchen and removes the artificial glow from fluorescent lights.
This Shorewood Hills area kitchen was a typical older style kitchen seen in many Madison area homes. The owner wanted to brighten it up with a tile backsplash, new countertops, wooden cabinets, updated kitchen desk and even rearrange some of the appliances. Beckman Builders was able to not only fulfill the home owners wishes but they were also able to make their dreams come true!
Beckman Builders realized a new lighting plan was needed to turn this dark kitchen into a dream kitchen. They added new lighting, light white oak cabinets, a slightly off white countertop and new white appliances. The old floor was torn out and replaced with new hardwood. A new pantry and desk were also added to complete this beautiful remodeled kitchen.
This downtown Madison condo’s kitchen was a typical older style kitchen seen in many Madison condominiums from that period. The condo owner wanted to brighten it up, add a tile back-splash, new counter tops, wooden cabinets, updated kitchen desk and even rearrange some of the appliances. Beckman Builders was able to not only fulfill the homeowner’s wishes but they were also able to make their dreams come true!
Beckman Builders realized a new lighting plan was needed to turn this dark kitchen into a dream kitchen. They removed an old obsolete trash compactor which created extra cabinet space. Beckman Builders added new track lighting, light maple cabinets, a new countertop and new appliances.
The window was replaced with a larger, wider window to let in more natural light. The fluorescent light fixture was replaced with newer recessed lights. The desk was replaced with a landing/charging area with a cork bulletin board. The peninsula was removed and an island was put in the center which offered seating on two sides. Built-in cabinets replaced the old pantry. The old boring tile was changed to Brazilian cherry hardwood. Beckman Builders also added a swivel mounted flat screen above the refrigerator, black quartz countertops, and a beautiful stone backsplash that wraps around half the new kitchen.
This kitchen in Fitchburg already had an open concept but was still in need of an upgrade. Beckman Builders helped with a few key changes that updated this kitchen while adding old world charm. They built custom doors for the new pantry. The cook-top was moved from the island to the back wall with a new range and hood vent. They relocated the microwave to the island and used a trim kit to make it a built-in. LED under cabinet lights add lots of extra light and can be used as accent lighting at night. The floor was tiled and Beckman Builders were able to change it to match the hardwood floors that already existed throughout the house.
In addition to the wonderful new kitchen, the ceiling was sagging so we fixed some ceiling joists that had been notched and since the ceiling was not level we installed a strip to level out the ceiling. We patched the wood floor where necessary to work with the new layout and then sanded and finished the floor. The outside wall was opened up to add new spray foam insulation which helped to keep the space warm (the old kitchen was always cold). We added a new window in the dinette to closely match the above the kitchen sink. During the remodel we found some knob and tube wiring that we updated with new wiring to make it safer (knob and tube wiring can be a fire hazard especially when it has insulation around it.) We also changed the pantry door, basement door, and bathroom door to match the style of the rest of the house.
The kitchen in this DeForest home was built in the basement as part of the original house plan. Beckman Builders was called in to help update the old tired layout. It had a tile floor with a poorly designed transition to the wood floor which caused a tripping hazard. Beckman Builders relocated the appliances and raised the new tile to eliminate the tripping hazard. They also added a breakfast bar, laminate countertops with a new drop-in Kohler sink, and replaced the patio door to the back yard. The cabinets were extended to the ceiling, which added more storage without compromising additional space. Moreover, Beckman Builders was even able to design and build this DeForest kitchen around existing ductwork (drop soffit), keeping the overall cost down.