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Ribbon Cutting Celebrated At Radzwillas Kitchen & Bath Design



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February opened last week with a celebratory ribbon cutting event at a newly-opened business in Sandy Hook Center.

Peter Radzwillas was joined on February 1 by First Selectman Jeff Capeci, family members and employees, local business owners, Economic and Community Development Director John Voket, and members of the Economic Development Commission for the formal opening of his new business location, Radzwillas Kitchen & Bath Design.

Radzwillas had already established himself as a go-to expert on kitchen and bath design across Fairfield County and beyond before occupying and fully remodeling the cozy design showroom at 111 Church Hill Road.

According to his website, Radzwillas started a construction firm in 1999, and opened his first showroom in Fairfield in 2013, “to finally design, sell and create the dream spaces that my clients deserved.” He said he aligned himself with high-quality reliable tradesmen in all aspects of residential construction as clients sought everything from minor renovations to much larger and more elaborate projects.

The Sandy Hook studio and showroom showcases a variety of cabinets, appliances, counter materials and other accessories he says can be matched to virtually any client’s vision, space, and budget. He looks forward, he said, to meeting local residents and expanding his client base and reputation locally.

Visit radzwillas.com, call 203-395-4840, email radzwillasbuilders@gmail.com, or visit the new showroom to learn more.

Peter Radzwillas (near front center, with scissors) was joined on February 1 by First Selectman Jeff Capeci (seventh from right), family members, employees, friends, local business owners and leaders for the ribbon cutting of his new showroom in Sandy Hook Center. —Bee Photo, Hicks
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