St Anthony Village

3429 Croft Drive

1969 Rambler
Tim and Kristen Noll
We wanted to make our cramped 1969 kitchen more functional for our family of five by taking down walls, yet keeping the coziness of the fireplace that separates it from the front of the house. That old pass-through where the cook would peek out and say “dinner’s ready” is just not us! Now the kitchen sparkles, it’s beautifully open and bright. Stoltz Installation and Carpentry, most importantly, listened to and respected us. They worked within our budget, helping us save enough to have them replace first-floor windows, doors, flooring, millwork and lighting which tie the kitchen in to the rest of the house. Plus, we replaced our roof and updated the exterior. Come see!