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Craig Alan Berberich

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Expertise

I can answer a variety of questions in reference to proper kitchen & bath design. This can include product options, safety concerns, guidelines, installation and lighting.

Experience in the area

I have been in the Kitchen & Bath industry for 21 years. I have experience ranging from design to installation and fabrication. I spent several years as a corporate trainer working with the National Kitchen & Bath Association to train national big box chain. I have had multiple projects featured in national publications, the last of which was Coastal Living Magazine Idea house in Florida.

Organizations

NKBA, IEEE, IDPA

Publications

Coastal Living Magazine, Better Homes & Garden, Kraftmaid Cabinetry Brochure, Dupont Corian National Advertising, Pergo Flooring National Advertising, The Home Depot National Kitchen & Bath Insert

Education/Credentials

Kansas State University, National Kitchen & Bath Association, 20/20 Design Software, Zig Ziglar Selling Skills, Tony Lowe Sales

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Len09/08/15101010 
Darryl08/10/15101010Thanks, Craig! We got it done. We .....
Debra06/11/15101010Craig, you are the only one that .....
Thomas11/02/14101010Very quick, thanks!
Christina07/03/14101010Thanks very much!

Recent Answers from Craig Alan Berberich

2015-09-07 Kitchen Sink:

Len,  What you see is an undermounting bracket.  These are used to attach to solid surface.  Most companies(Corian, etc.) require they work on these to maintain warranty.  Also unless sink released with

2015-09-03 Kitchen Sink:

Len,  If you have a Corian top I would strongly suggest calling a Corian fabricator for the installation of new sink to the Corian top.    A plumber then would be used for connection of said sink plumbing

2015-08-08 Bracing a ceiling fan:

Darryl,    Sorry for the delayed response, I have been on the road working on a project in North Carolina.    It is hard from the picture to see exactly, but my initial thought would be to cut the brace

2015-06-10 tile over laminate flooring??:

Debra,     You can certainly lay tile over laminate.  Just be certain when purchasing thine (material that holds tile to floor) you let store know you will be applying to a laminate.  Their may be special

2015-06-09 tile over laminate flooring??:

Debra,   Thank you for the question.  I'm afraid you won't really know which way to go until you start pulling up tiles. The previous install will dictate if the vinyl and plywood is damaded.  The previous

 

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