We are an exclusive dealer for Greenfield  Cabinetry.  American-made, handcrafted with careful and heavy attention to details.  Built by top notch men and women in the industry of cabinet-making and customer satisfaction.  Offering a wide array of styles that are unique as your morning macchiato latte. Designed with you and your budget in mind, we tailor-fit everything to your expectations, and beyond. 

Other products we offer:

-  Counter Top

-  Decorative Fixtures

-  Cabinet Accessories   


Why Hire a Licensed Contractor?




By choosing to do business with a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association, you've chosen to work with a company that's dedicated to providing the highest quality products and services for the kitchen and bath. When you buy a product or service from a business that's a member of NKBA, you know that company has agreed to be bound by the NKBA's code of professional conduct, which requires that the company will conduct its business in a manner that's honorable and fair to customers, avoid conflicts of interest by accepting payment from only one party in a transaction, except with the express consent of all parties and cooperate with other industry members for the good of the customers, among others.


When hiring a contractor it is essential to hire a contractor who is licensed and bonded.  You, as the homeowner, get the peace of mind that your project will be handled and completed according to code and to the contract agreed upon.  A licensed contractor has exhibited his/her  qualifications to perform a job through a review of experience, education and examination conducted by the Contractors State License Board (CSLB).  A bond is a security instrument posted by the licensed contractor and provides a certain amount of liability protection to the homeowner should the contractor fail to complete or perform the job.  If you hire an unlicensed contractor, you are hiring someone who is already breaking the law and will most likely not comply with permit and inspection requirements.  You also give up your right to warranty claims should something go awry on your job.  To avoid potential hazards, hire only licensed contractors.  Check with CSLB to see if your contractor is licensed and in good standing.      

A Certified Interior Designer (CID) have met the education, experience and examination requirements established by the Caifornia Council for Interior Design Certification or CCIDC Board under Section 5800 of the California Business and Professions Code.  As there is no law in California at this time that requires designers to be licensed, or regulated by the state, most consumers are not aware that literally anyone can call themselves "interior designer".  The CCIDC recommends "caveat emptor" (buyers beware), you could be hiring someone unqualified to provide you with competent interior design services.  To become Certified, interior designers must prove they are fully qualified to practice in any commercial or residential area of interior design.  Hiring Certified Interior Designer provides assurance to you, the consumer, that your project and funds will be handled competently and with care by a qualified interior design professional.

As part of our design & build process, our clients get to work hand in hand with our award-winning design team.  We have a spectrum of materials and finishes to choose from.  So whatever your style may be, we will ensure that your space will feature the best of you.

Our services include:

-  General Construction

-  Kitchen & Bath Remodel

-  Design & Space Planning

-  Material Selection

-  Project Management


Why Hire a Certified Interior Designer?

RemodelUp, Inc is a boutique construction company specializing in kitchens & baths.  When we initiate a remodeling project we promise to create a 10+ experience for our clients.  With our crew of trustworthy and hardworking installers, and our reliable vendors, we carve out a game plan to deliver a  well-executed job.  

​​​​Quality is never an accident, it is the result of intelligent effort.

What does it mean to be a member of NKBA?