My name is Roy Krantz. In 2001 several friends convinced me to help them with their renovation projects. They had seen the results of my own projects... a challenging 600 sq' Back Bay apartment and a four-story row house in Boston's South End were the first back in the '80s. In 1998 my wife and I discovered a 6200 sq.' Greek Revival on a large parcel on Fort Hill. We decided to move to the country. Off to Roxbury. It was here I discovered how much I love focusing on how people use space. I started helping those friends of mine. In 2001 I formalized my interest in renovation into krantzform. Over the years I have assembled a great team of contractors, architects and consultants that I call on when clients don't have their own team in place. Have you been dreaming about a stunning new kitchen, or visualizing some totally new way of looking at your old bathroom, or longing for better closets and storage space? We bring a unique perspective and oftentimes become the catalyst our clients need to act. krantzform helps people in the Boston area with their visions. Our major focus is changing space. When you feel change is necessary, we work to balance your needs and wants with the financial reality. Our projects range from a simple modernizing remodel of your home to modest additions or major renovations. The design process is dynamic and should be fun. We work closely with our clients to determine their needs and assimilate those needs into the design. The result is a space which is both pragmatic and pleasing to the eye.
Services Provided

Bathroom Remodeling, Home Remodeling, Kitchen Design, Kitchen Remodeling, Remodeling, Project Management

Areas Served

Arlington, Belmont, Boston, Brookline, Brookline Village, Cambridge, Chestnut Hill, Dedham, Jamaica Plain, Lexington, Milton, Needham, Newton, Newton Center, Newton Lower Falls, Newtonville, Waltham, Watertown, Wellesley, Wellesley Hills, West Roxbury, Weston, Westwood, Winchester, Brighton, Hyde Park, Newton Highlands, Newton Upper Falls, Readville, Roslindale, Waban, West Newton