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"Charles says 'Whatever you want, whatever you need
- that's what I'll give you.' I really like Charles!" - Gretchen Gerhardt

Charles Lantz Cabinetry - Where the finest is standard!
Feature Project November '09

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"I really like Charles," says Gretchen Gerhardt. "He's worth the extra money - you know what you'll get with Charles. He's good to work with, easy to get hold of and he's really fun."

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This was Gretchen's first kitchen-build. "I didn't know what I wanted and I changed my mind a million times," she admits. "He was so accommodating."

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"The countertop is quartz - it's the newest thing," Gretchen says.

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It took patience and determination to come up with the perfect stain. Gretchen was on the look-out wherever she went, but nothing quite suited. As soon as she saw what would be her choice, she knew it was the one. "It's a Charles Lantz original stain," she says.

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"I'm so happy - I couldn't be happier - Charles is my Holmes. Everyone needs a Holmes!"

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Charles Lantz comment

"This is just a beautiful warm color - the cabinetry is shaker, European style. Gretchen worked hours on her design to make sure it would exactly fit her life style. I want to thank her for allowing my company to help her with this project."

The Charles Lantz crew

  • Roy Parsons, builder
  • Bubby McGinnis, helper
  • Brent Strong, painter
  • Jeff Crouse, helper
  • Winston Wager helped with installation

Others on the build-team

  • Nova Tile provided the Caesar Stone Top and sink
  • Gretchen's kitchen features a ChemCraft finish
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