Hiram – Embarking on their second year in Hiram, Diane and Jerry Goodnight, proprietors of Goodnight Kitchen & Bath are happy to share that business is going well. Since the majority of their work comes as a result of referrals — chances are, they may have helped transform that kitchen or bath you’ve admired in your neighbor’s home.
Conveniently located on Hayden Street in Hiram, the Goodnight family works in Burton, Garrettsville, Hiram and Mantua. If you’re considering something as simple as refacing kitchen cabinets to give your space a new look at a lower cost, to designing the space of your dreams, consider Goodnight Kitchen & Bath. By choosing a family business, you’ll receive personal attention from this third-generation company.
Beginning with your initial conversation with Diane, to the hand-drawn schematics created for you by Jerry, Sr, to the competent and courteous installation in your home by Jerry, Jr. “Customers like that we’re a family business,” Diane explained. “And when my son comes to their home to install the project, he’s very personable — everybody just loves him. In fact, many want to keep him at the end of the job,” she joked.
“Our quality products are American-made, built with wood harvested in the Midwest, with all the ‘bells and whistles’ you could want,” he explained. Features like wooden drawer boxes, dovetail corners, premium glides, as well as options like roll out trays and soft-close drawers. They offer a selection of cabinets and countertops in a variety of materials and price ranges, as well as baths, tubs and showers to create the kitchen or bath of your dreams.
“The kid and I have been working together for almost 30 years,” beams proud dad, Jerry Sr. He and Diane have been married for 47 years, but they’ve worked together for 20 years in this third-generation carpentry company. “This truly is a family business, which gives us the opportunity to be more ‘hands-on’ with our clients,” Diane explained. “And people really appreciate that.”
Diane is the ‘face of the company’, who talks to clients to establish the starting point by ascertaining their likes, dislikes, and how they’d like their space to flow. With years of experience, she can offer valuable insight and options for homeowners to consider. “We offer 15 colors and finishes in each line, but can order samples to make sure our customer gets exactly what they want.”
They’re proud to install quality American-made products that have been crafted in the Midwest using US materials. They offer mid-range cabinets from Homecrest, semi-custom solutions from Dynasty, and custom Omega products. They feature countertop materials ranging from Wilsonart solid surface counters and sinks, as well as Corian, and Zodiaq quartz products in a variety of styles to suit your décor and your needs. Clients have shared that our pricing is competitive with the big box stores.
“Many customers have become friends,” Diane shared. “In fact, many have offered to show potential customers our work in their homes.” To find out more, give Diane a call at (330) 569-3497, or stop by their showroom in Hiram between the USPS and the Hiram College Library.
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