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Kitchen Design

 

Gehman Design Remodeling specializes in Kitchen Design and Bathroom Design. Prior to starting any project our Kitchen Design and/or Bathroom Design team will measure your intended Kitchen Design and/or Bathroom Design space and give you some options as to how to lay out your new Kitchen or Bathroom for convenience, flow and beauty.

 

Kitchen Design and Bathroom Design are critical for many reasons. Years of comfort and enjoyment is at the top of the list. We also keep in mind your taste and all the critical Kitchen Design and Bathroom Design elements that reflect your needs and desires to have the best Kitchen and Bathroom design money can buy. Call us when you are ready. Our Kitchen Design and/or Bathroom Design specialists will work with you to develop all the ideas you need to beautify your home and enhance your lifestyle.

About Schwenksville, PA

Schwenksville is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 1,385 at the 2010 census. It is notable for being located near the site of the Philadelphia Folk Festival. The borough was founded in 1684, when the Lenni-Lenape Indians ceded to William Penn the land along the Perkiomen Creek; it was incorporated in 1903. The borough was named for George Schwenk, whose son, Jacob Schwenk, served in George Washington's army. The town was the inspiration for the protagonist in Catherine Gilbert Murdock's novel Dairy Queen (2006).[1] The Hall & Oates song "Perkiomen" was written about the Perkiomen Creek, which constitutes Schwenksville's eastern border. "Perkiomen" is Lenape for "muddy waters" and "where the cranberries grow." Schwenksville is also the gateway to the Perkiomen Trail, a nineteen-mile section of the former Reading Railway's Perkiomen Valley corridor. It now serves as a multi-use rail trail and was completed in 2003.

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