About DreamMaker of Newington
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Owner: DreamMaker Bath & kitchen of Newington
Paul Calafiore has served Central Connecticut communities for both commercial and residential remodeling since 1988. In 1991, Paul purchased one of the first DreamMaker franchises and has served on DreamMaker’s corporate marketing committee, and currently services on the technology task force. His franchise has frequently been named DreamMaker’s sales leader of the year and franchisee of the year, as well as named to Remodeling magazine’s Big 50 and the Qualified Remodeler Top 500. paul is also an active member of the Remodelers Council for the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA).
Paul believes his employees, integrity, and structured, documented processes set the bar for excellence. DreamMaker operates in an environment that is built on integrity, honesty and open communication, whereby his word, methods & standards of operation are paramount. DreamMaker is driven, from its core, on a Code of Values that were developed to instill and remind each and every employee of their commitment to one another, their customers, and their community through respect, integrity and customer focus. Paul runs DreamMaker Bathroom & Kitchen Remodeling of Connecticut with exceptional personal integrity, he truly cares about his client experiences and he drives his people to follow his lead. This focus on the customer experience is what drives our referral business to upward of 30%.
Elvia Rich began pursuing a Fine Arts education in her hometown of New York City at the HS of Art and Design, Art Student’s League, and School of Visual Arts. After moving to Connecticut to raise her daughters, she launched her Interior Arts business, LV Productions. Here she honed her Interior Design skills. While creating murals, trompe l’oeil and decorative finishes, design was always present and often grew as part of her interaction with clients.
Elvia believes in the importance of listening. She says, “Consumers know what they like and even more so, what they don’t like. Our task as Designers is to bridge beauty and function while understanding the nuances that bring it all together.” Helping bring harmony, beauty and order to clients’ lives, even in a small way, is what drives her to design for DreamMaker Bath and Kitchen every day.