ADR Builders, Ltd.

(410) 561-0221
www.adrbuilders.com

Services Provided
Kitchens, baths, whole house renovations, additions, decks and porches, basements and small projects

Areas Served
Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Howard County, Harford County

Business Description
What can we solve for you? That's the question each ADR project begins with. In a design-build company like ours, creating an outstanding design is only half the equation. Our concept must also translate into functional, livable new space that expands your possibilities. We pride ourselves on extraordinary craftmanship in every detail, from the foundation up. At ADR Builders, we work closely with you to create a design that responds to the architectural character of your home and to your specific budget and desires. We pride ourselves on over 30 years of experience remodeling homes in Baltimore and the surrounding areas.

Certification and Awards
2012 Remodeler of the Year for Kitchen $50,000 and Over from the Maryland Improvment Contractor Association as well as over 20 other awards from past years.

2012 Guildmaster Award for Service Excellence from Guild Quality

BBB Accredited A+ Rating
Baltimore Design Build Firm
Contact:
Gary Stokes 
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Address
1850 York Road, Suite H Rear,
Timonium, Maryland,
United States, 21093 
Fax:
(410) 307-1130 
License #:
8097 
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What is the space between the stove and the fridge?
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I'm a huge fan of the subway glass tile backsplash, maybe consider a herringbone or some other pattern to add a little more punch!
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I would consider removing the pantry area to make room for a second run of cabinets (a galley kitchen). You could put the refrigerator and a double wall oven on that run and make up the storage space with a couple tall pantry cabinets.
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Madden, Slick & Bontempo, Inc
chhotsko..............as much as I would love to help, I really think you need to bring someone in who can see first hand what you have to work with in your kitchen. From my perspective, if the closet has to stay, then I don't see what you are gaining by removing the pantry. I might just extend the cabinets down both sides as far as where the windows lower, and continue with a banquette for seating in the corner. But, as I said, someone who is there can better see the challenges and possibilities. Good luck with your kitchen - you have a nice bright space to work with.
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Not to belabor the point, esp having not seen the site in person, but the air handler/ furnace for the HVAC system is often placed into an attic or crawl space rather than the living space for a number of reasons First, it is much easier to run the new duct over/ under the floor or ceiling than it is to try to squeeze the lines thru the living space walls. Second, this is premium real estate in your house! Also the air handler will make a good bit of noise, it is ideal to have it located away from living space. I have seen some air handlers squished into some tight places, i recommend consulting with your HVAC guy to see if he has any alternative to suggest. If you do wind up placing your HVAC equipment in that closet, be sure to insulate the wall cavities on all sides of that closet, and install a heavy door to minimize noise transmission. Preferably place the door in a less important room than the kitchen. Best Of luck!
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The ADR group built an addition to our 1978 home to accommodate an enlarged kitchen and laundry room. This was the send project that ADR worked with us on at our present home. Jane, Gary, Tim and ... Read More
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ADR finished a part of our basement that began 7 years ago but was not completed. They painted and installed baseboards, a new ceiling, doors, and floor. They a...
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Review by dbrennem:

Finished the project on time with expert craftmanship. Any issues we had were promptly addressed. Employees were all very professional, courteous, and extreme...
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Review by annmstiller:

ADR renovated a bathroom for us, and a few years later, did a major reconstruction of the basement. My confidence in the company after both these projects is hi...
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Review by joanlilienthal:

ADR Builders renovated our basement starting in December of 2002. They stripped it bare and rebuilt everything. Our basement is a large, dark space which the...
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Review by merrymount:

1. Converted an open floor to a marvelous study/library with built-in bookshelves and enclosed utilities. 2. Removed old kitchen and completely redesigned an...
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