In the summer of 2008, a large home remodel project that I had been subcontracted to work on was coming to a close. The high-end cabinets that had been removed from the kitchen were still in style and in great shape. The homeowner asked if I would take the cabinets down to their parents in Hominy, Oklahoma to complete a full kitchen remodel and another Utica Remodeling project was born. After transporting the cabinets with a U-Haul truck, the party began. I enlisted the help of a friend of mine Karl Koch, a Home Depot manager that I had met through my frequent visits for supplies over the years. It was a lot of fun to have Karl join me during phases of the project when four hands were better than two. The project also required the installation of custom-built cabinets, which I was able to create using a variety of high-end wood that had also been left over from the previous remodel. The homeowners were great to work with and as you will notice were great sports when I volunteered them to run the video camera! The kitchen remodel in Hominy created a lot of great memories in a part of Oklahoma where small town charm still exists.