Amarant Design & Build provides a wide selection of appliances, decorative plumbing and hardware; custom-made and national brand cabinetry and countertops; and wood, tile, and LVT flooring at its Dublin showroom. As a member of the nation’s largest buying group, the company has competitive wholesale access to products made by industry leaders like Toto, Kohler and Grohe.
Amarant Design & Build has developed a propriety format based on 40 years of personal experience. “Our commitment to excellence is in every aspect of our operation and is a crucial attribute of our long-term success,” says founder Scott Amarant. “Our goal is to provide the best possible customer experience. This requires close supervision of our project execution, listening to client feedback and a willingness to be brutally honest with ourselves. By utilizing our wide-ranging resources, we’re able to meet and exceed our clients’ expectations.”
Amarant Design & Build takes a transparent approach to communicating with its clients about the details of their projects, which Mr. Amarant says is important for securing successful results. “Communication is a cornerstone. We give our clients a ‘one point of contact’ promise: a project designer/manager who will go the extra mile to ensure their questions are answered, their concerns are addressed, and their satisfaction is above and beyond.”
Complete Video Transcription:
DUBLIN — Host, Sarah Rutan: When it comes to remodeling a kitchen, one seemingly minor detail can make a big difference later on. Today we’re in Dublin with Diamond Certified Expert Contributor Scott Amarant of Amarant Design & Build to learn more.
Diamond Certified Expert Contributor, Scott Amarant: I’m here today to give you some ideas about planning out your kitchen. A lot of folks are familiar with the plumbing that’s underneath the sink. There are shut-off valves there sometimes for the water dispenser, for the faucet, hot and cold. And oftentimes when a kitchen is planned and laid out, the shut-off valve is put behind the refrigerator. And this is a good thing to have because when you service and you pull it out you can turn that off there and you can disconnect it.
One additional valve should be installed for both the refrigerator and for the dishwasher so that if at any time you were to come into your kitchen and you would find water coming from the bottom of your dishwasher or perhaps from the refrigerator, you could simply reach underneath the sink and turn the valve off. So, by providing an additional valve for both the dishwasher and the refrigerator, you provide the ability for even a child to go in and be able to turn that off, not having to struggle with and pulling out a refrigerator or trying to in some way fight the water.
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