Merrimack NH Luxury Home Remodeler Announce New Engineering Architectural Member

Robert Vorbach joins the leading remodeling company in New England. He leads the Engineering and Architectural Services Department. New England Custom Remodeling 50 years of combined experience.

Merrimack, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

New England Custom Remodeling is proud to announce the addition of Robert Vorbach to the company team. Robert has been hired to head up their Engineering and Architectural Services Department.

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The announcement by New England Custom Remodeling that Robert Vorbach has joined the company brings a whole new level of professionalism to New England Custom Remodeling. Mr. Vorbach has lived in Nashua, NH since 1991, working as a local business owner in his own company, Vorbach Architecture. A native of Orange County, New York, Robert earned his Bachelor of Architecture from Cornell University in 1981. After graduation, he worked in Texas, Ohio, and later Massachusetts and New Hampshire, where he became a Registered Architect in 1993. Professionally, his experience covers a wide range of projects including simple additions, large multi-unit residential housing, libraries, restaurants, institutional and commercial designs. Robert has specialized experience in historical projects and presently serves on the Historic District Commission for Nashua, NH. Robert is dedicated to providing high quality, thoughtful design, and detailed construction plans for all clients.

The addition of Robert Vorbach to the team brings a wide spectrum of services to New England Custom Remodeling. The benefits of those services include reducing the cycle time to create remodeling plans, lowering the cost of project design, increasing client satisfaction, and decreasing the amount of re-design because of misunderstanding or incomplete communication.

Kris Whitehead, the owner of New England Custom Remodeling said, “We’re so glad that Robert Vorbach has joined the NECR team. When we’re asked to take on remodeling an entire house we need the advanced engineering and architectural skills of a person like Robert. His experience and talents will add to the value of each home renovation project.”

The announcement of this latest addition to the team ensures New England Custom Remodeling continues to be unmatched by any other home remodeling contractors in the area.

About New England Custom Remodeling

The Merrimack kitchen and bathroom remodeling company is owned and founded by Kris Whitehead, a remodeling expert with more than two decades of serving home remodeling clients. While headquartered in Merrimack the firm serves all of New Hampshire and Northern Massachusetts.

Clients can also contact the Merrimack company for professional bathroom remodeling. The company offers everything from custom kitchen design to custom countertops, cabinets to additions, and whole-house renovation. Their process begins with a convenient virtual video-based conversation or phone where they answer any questions. They then set an appointment to visit the home. During the visit, they discuss the needs and wants of the homeowner, take measurements and photos of the remodel area, discuss budget, feasibility, project duration, and take note of any special requirements. In the design phase of the remodel, homeowners and an award-winning designer further, develop a dream into a reality. During these meetings, 3D drawings, exact measurements, and every detail are mapped out including such details as the knobs and handles on cabinet drawers. All services are undertaken by licensed and certified professionals to guarantee high standards of service quality.

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Contact Info:
Name: Kris Whitehead
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Organization: New England Custom Remodeling
Address: 2310 Columbia Circle, Merrimack, NH 03054, United States
Phone: +1-603-262-1715

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88965998

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