TaylorPro Design & Remodeling
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Remodeling is a uniquely personal journey. It’s not enough to be a construction or design expert to make the experience rewarding for clients…you also need to be a PEOPLE expert. Kerry Taylor’s decades of experience taught him not just to how to cut custom cabinetry just right or set backsplashes that take your breath away, he also learned how to make a remodeling project proceed smoothly and seamlessly for his clients. The TaylorPro team focuses on five key areas to make this happen:

Taking Care of People
At TaylorPro, our goal is to create enduring relationships. Our measure of success is how respected our clients, their neighbors, our design partners, and our building partners, feel throughout the process as well as once we’ve handed over the keys.

Taking Care of Process
TaylorPro President, Kerry Taylor, has been involved in construction on both sides of the fence – as both a general contractor and a house flipper. He intimately knows the challenges that both general contractors and homeowners face during the remodeling process. This first-hand knowledge helps him be an unbeatable guide through the building process and its inevitable highs and lows.

Taking Care of Punchlists
The best projects are WINS for all the stakeholders – clients, their families, the architect, the general contractor, and the subcontractor team. This is only possible when you get everyone involved from the beginning. In fact, when you assemble the entire design build team at the outset, the CII reports that projects enjoy a 12% faster construction speed than those that don’t engage a builder until later.

Taking Care of Personality Fit
Because it’s so important to work together, selecting the right design and building partners for the project is critical. While many other builders vet subcontractors and design partners solely based on availability or who brings in the lowest bid, we focus on assembling a team that works well together and is a good fit for the client.

Taking Care of Property
Your remodeling team will be living with you day in and day out for an extended period of time. That’s why we focus on making sure our job sites are (1) picked up at the end of each day; (2) your neighbors are satisfied with noise levels; (3) your health and indoor air quality is kept in top-notch shape; and, most importantly, (4) temp walls and real doors are put in place to separate your living zones from our construction work.

Services Provided
3D Rendering, Bathroom Design, Home Additions, Home Extensions, Kitchen Design, Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling, Remodeling

Areas Served
Cardiff By The Sea, Carlsbad, Del Mar, Del Mar Heights San Diego, Encinitas, Fairbanks Ranch, La Costa, La Jolla, Ranch Santa Fe, Rancho Santa Fe, San Diego, Solana Beach, University City, Poway, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, 4S Ranch, 92130, 92129, Carmel Mountain Ranch, Carmel Valley, Leucadia, Santa Luz, Scripps Ranch, Sorrento Valley

Certifications and Awards
Best of Houzz 2017, 2016, 2015
Angie's List Super Service Award 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010
San Diego Award Winning Design-Build Remodeler - Best of Houzz

Contact: Kerry Taylor
Location: 4653 Carmel Mountain Rd. Ste 308/245
San Diego, CA 92130
License Number: CA Contractors Lic #973820
Typical Job Costs: $55,000 - 750,000
Commented: what tile did you use in the shower? Thank you for asking. The wall field tile is Atlas Concorde Wave Gypsum 16x32, deco vertical band Lucente Certos Linear, pan tile is 3x3s cut from Easton Gris 8x45s, the bench is Cambria Brittanica qu...
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Commented: What is the name of your stone countertops? The perimeter is Vienna Granite. The island is Alpinus Super Crystal Granite.
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Commented: Microwave? It's a thermador microwave drawer. THX
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Commented: What company made these cabinets? These cabinets were custom from a local shop in San Diego.
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Commented: Cool fireplace surround! What is the source? We got the tile from Encinitas Tile. Ask for Paula.
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Commented: How do you install the butcher block? Hello and thank you for your question. You have to allow for 1/16" per foot of expansion. The block that is 30 inches, so we allowed a little over an 1/8" for expansion, 1/16"+ each sid...
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