Lang's Kitchen & Bath of Bucks County Seminars
Class is Back in Session!
Lang’s Kitchen & Bath offers Kitchen and Bath Solutions that Enhance Your Lifestyle. As one of the premier design firms in southeastern Pennsylvania, the team at Lang’s Kitchen & Bath has decades of experience in assisting customers with their kitchen and bath design and renovation requirements.
Building on this extensive experience, Lang’s also offers free periodic educational seminars for consumers interested in updating their home kitchen or bath. Lang’s Kitchen & Bath seminars began in 2004 to meet the requirements of consumers seeking an insider’s knowledge and tips on the sometimes daunting process of kitchen and bath design and renovation. The first kitchen and bath seminar focused on the renovation process, materials, and how to save money while still meeting your kitchen and bath renovation needs.
Lang’s first kitchen seminar was very well attended and was published with a photo from the seminar in the local Bucks County Courier Times newspaper. The positive feedback from participants inspired the Lang’s Kitchen & Bath team to refine the content and seminar format, and to continue providing these informative, free seminars to consumers. Lang’s Kitchen & Bath seminars are led by John Lang and typically take place in the spring and fall on Saturday mornings.
We hope you will take the time to browse this site for more information on the kitchen and bath seminar process and the schedule for upcoming educational seminars. We look forward to seeing you at one of our future seminars!
We would love to see you back in class!!!
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Dear Mr. Lang,
We are very impressed with your process; with your staff; with your ability to zero-in on the needs/wants/style of the homeowners. After attending your seminar, we believe that working with you would bring the project to completion with excellent results and peace of mind (ours, that is)!
- Keller Arnold