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Meet Jim Caldwell, owner of Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath. Jim’s a Kennett regular and is dedicated to bringing the best cabinetry to the community and beyond. If you’re looking for a trustworthy business featuring handcrafted custom and stock cabinetry, vanities, and hardware to transform your home, you have to discover Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath.
Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath is all about quality—and making sure you have an engaging, customized, personable experience from start to finish.
“I wear multiple hats in this business,” said Jim. “That helps when completing a big project where you need to know a variety of things. It makes it much easier for success.”
Jim is consistently focused on delivering quality service to customers—something he has made a priority for over 35 years in the business. Approachable and easygoing, Jim ensures that a customer’s ideas are heard and implemented.
"My experience with Jim was outstanding from start to finish. Not only did he take me through each step of the process with attentiveness, but he was also willing to work within my budget and listen to my concerns along the way.”
“It’s important customers know they can share their ideas for a project,” said Jim. “Since I am part of it from start to finish, we can get to that completed project together.”
Jim has restored, revamped, and updated multiple kitchens and bathrooms throughout the West Chester, West Grove, Kennett Square, Chadds Ford, Glen Mills, and Malvern areas.
One of these customers happens to be Fig Kennett Director Bri Carlisle.
“Opening up your home to a renovation project requires a certain level of trust,” said Bri. “With Jim, I always knew I would receive the best customer service, the best quality work and, most important of all, a trustworthy experience.”
This personable service and trustworthy reputation has many repeat customers coming back to Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath for their next renovation projects.
“I have worked closely with Jim on various projects in my home for the past five years including our basement, kitchen and master bathroom,” added Bri. “Prior to working with Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath, I had never done a home improvement project before. My experience with Jim was outstanding from start to finish. Not only did he take me through each step of the process with attentiveness, but he was also willing to work within my budget and listen to my concerns along the way.”
“I want to make sure everyone feels cared for when working with me,” said Jim. “I want it to be without pressure and relaxed. I like making friends while helping people update their homes or projects. It’s important to be authentic and to truly help people in the community.”
Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath has provided new cabinetry for households while also offering contractors the opportunity to purchase quality cabinets for other projects. By utilizing his skill set and working solo, Jim is able to maintain a low financial overhead—which helps in keeping costs low for customers.
“I really enjoy what I do,” said Jim. “I did not choose this profession because I had to, I chose it because I enjoy this work. It doesn’t look like it’ll slow down anytime soon.”
And for customers like Bri, that’s great news.
“We are working through each project, room by room, and Lenape Village Kitchen & Bath is always my first phone call!” said Bri. “I could not be happier with the cabinetry in my home.”
If you’re interested in transforming the cabinetry in your space, looking for a renovation expert for ideas, or wanting to find out what other options are available, please visit www.lenapevillagekitchenbath.com. Jim will be happy to chat!
“I love working hard, and creating quality work,” added Jim. “I like to work with the customer on what they would like to see, and then make it happen.”