Kitchen Design

What We Offer

Remodeling your kitchen can be a daunting task. There are myriad of options to consider and often a limited amount of time available to consider all the possibilities. AGS Stone can help you translate your ideas into a workable plan that will meet your expectations.

Three critical factors should be considered when developing your remodeling plan: design, functionality and budget. These parameters must be determined before the project design work can begin. We have an experienced staff of professionals that will work closely with you to bring clarity to these considerations. They will work with you to prepare a preliminary design and budget estimate that will allow you to both visualize a layout and assess its cost.

As ‘A’ rated members of Angie’s List and the Better Business Bureau, you can trust us to complete your project in a professional manner. Please contact us today to schedule a design consultation.


Are your cabinets dated, worn or are their contents less organized than you would like them to be? Let us help you update the look and functionality of your kitchen. Whether you prefer a traditional look or lean towards the contemporary, we have a large selection of cabinet styles and finishes to choose from. Our team will work with you through every phase of your project from design, material selection and construction to completion. Visit our showroom to view cabinet door samples and finishes or to discuss your vision with a member of our team.


Choices include top mount, under-mount and apron front sinks, each of which may be offered in different materials including stainless steel, granite composite and cast iron – enamel.

Top Mount or Self Rimming

Self-rimming sinks are mounted above the counter and have a visible rim.

Under Mount

Under mount sinks do not have a rim and portray depth, as they are installed beneath the countertop.

Apron or "Farm Sink"

The front of an Apron sink is exposed and usually ...

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The front of an Apron sink is exposed and usually extends past the front of the base cabinet and also the cabinetry that surrounds it. Often with a deeper bowl depth, apron sinks typically have no deck, so the faucet, sprayer and soap dispenser are mounted directly into the counter top behind the bowl. Cabinet modifications are often required to accommodate sink mounting.

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Faucet choices are virtually limitless with a broad range of design and finish choices from which to choose.
More recently, touch-free technology has been introduced and is now available in a variety of styles.


With a spout and handle(s) in one unit, these faucets typically have double-handle controls. Most are designed to mount to a sink deck or countertop with three predrilled holes, with the outside holes spaced 4 inches from center to center. However, some have a single-post design that requires only one hole.


These faucets have one spout and one handle that controls the flow of both hot and cold water. They mount to a sink deck or countertop with one predrilled hole and are easier on the joints than two-handle faucets. New sensor-controlled models allow you to start and stop water flow and adjust temperature without touching the faucet.


Combining old-fashioned style with modern technology, bridge faucets hark back to a time when plumbing was simpler -- minus the problems of leaking washers. Under-mount sinks offer freedom to experiment with bridge faucets, which usually mount to the countertop and make cleaning the sink and countertop around the faucet easier.


With the connection concealed below the sink deck, these faucets have a separate spout and handles. They fit holes spaced 4-10 inches apart and can be mounted in nonstandard configurations, such as positioning the spout on a rear corner and the handles off to one side, making it handy for tight installations.


This type of faucet attaches to the wall instead of the sink or the counter. When choosing a wall-mount faucet, be sure it works with your sink, and follow the manufacturer's specifications for the correct height and placement to minimize splashing. It's typically suggested that the water stream be positioned just behind the sink drain.

Tile Backsplash

A kitchen backsplash will enhance the look of your kitchen while also providing splash protection. The backsplash area usually extends the distance of a countertop and adjoining wall. Backsplash height can vary from approximately 4 inches to the bottom of upper wall cabinets or approximately 18 inches. To create a truly distinctive look, it may be extended to the ceiling on a stove wall where no upper wall cabinets exist or a decorative range hood is used. Backsplash can be constructed from countertop material or from a broad range of tile materials and patterns. Visit our showroom to view samples or to discuss design and material options with a member of our team.