What Sets us apart from the rest?

The experience and background of each member of our staff.

I have always been somewhat of an entrepreneur even back in college (Philadelphia College of Art, BFA '70) I would silk screen clothes and make beaded jewelry to sell. When I met my contractor husband 30 years ago, I started working with him doing framing, drywall, painting and tiling, but the activity I liked best was redesigning the interior spaces of the buildings he would buy to fix and sell. When we moved to Chester County in '86, I loathed the idea of going into the city every day so I went into real estate instead. Sitting in open houses on slow days often led me to redesign the kitchen or do a first floor master suite addition all on paper, of course. It was fun. I took evening courses in architectural design and drafting as well as the courses offered by the NKBA (National Kitchen & Bath Association) to hone my skills. Over the past twelve years I have worked for several kitchen companies, but it has always been my dream to have my own showroom. It's been great. My husband's support has been wonderful and now he works for me!—
Pamela Monaco, President

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Pam Monaco, owner and principal designer at
Whole House Cabinetry