We take joy in designing distinctive kitchens, baths, and additions that are both beautiful and functional for our clients. At HomeTech Renovations Inc., we will help you to create a new space or remodel a current one.

Located in Pennsylvania’s oldest, free schoolhouse in historic Fort Washington, HomeTech Renovations Inc., proudly serves Philadelphia and the surrounding region, including Bucks County and Montgomery County, PA. Our work shows that all bath and kitchen designs can be authentically individualized and soulful. If you take a look through our portfolio you can view our previously executed bath and kitchen designs along with other renovation projects.

Clear communication, reliable timelines, and flexibility are integral components of what we strive to accomplish. We value process and structure when composing a design with our clients. This method helps take the stress off the client and educates them as well through the entire kitchen design, bath remodel, or addition process.

If you have a project you would like to get started, feel free to contact us for a no cost consultation or visit our website to schedule an appointment at the link below.
http://www.htrenovations.com/contact_hometech_renovations.htm

HomeTech Renovations: Kitchen Design - Bathroom Remodeling. Affordable Remodeling Solutions for Kitchens, Bathrooms, Additions. Serving Bucks, Montgomery, Philadelphia County PA.

Service Provided
Kitchen and Bath Remodeling, Residential Additions

Area Served
Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia County PA

Certification and Awards
2013
HomeTech awarded "Best of Houzz" 2013 by Houzz, the leading online platform for residential remodeling and design. Our work won in the Design category as our portfolio includes some of the most popular images on Houzz in 2012.

Please view our website for the full list!
Greater Philadelphia Kitchen & Bath Design-Build

Contact: HomeTech Renovations
Location: 518 South Bethlehem Pike
Fort Washington, PA 19034
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