Snapshot: Keeping Kitchens Kurrent in Boro Park for Six Years
Yitzi Bernstein and his father, Yossi, opened Kurrent Kitchen and Bath six years ago and opened their new showroom this past September to provide the ultimate shopping experience for Boro Park customers.
"My father as been in the kitchen and bath industry for 30 years," Yitzi tells BoroPark24, "He taught me the full product line, and I was able to build on his experience to develop Kurrent through the unique merchandise we have in our showroom today."
Keeping things Kurrent for customers means stocking an array of the regular quality products along with the unique and unusual. This includes products with innovative designs like ceiling faucets operated from a wall switch, distinctive vanities, and technology-enabled touch-less faucets that allow a homeowner to set up voice commands for tasks such as filling the bathtub, and then setting the lighting and playing selected music in the room.
Renowned for its personalized customer service, Kurrent's caters to the homeowners who come in looking for a distinctive touch along with the guidance and advice Kurrent can provide for kitchen and bathroom projects. But Kurrent is the place contractors visit as well, knowing the showroom is the location where they will find the unique and visually appealing items their own clients demand and also knowing that if they need something specific that Kurrent might not stock, it will be ordered for them.
"Customer service is pivotal," Yitzi tells BoroPark24. "We value our reputation to the point that all thirty of our employees understand the importance of doing whatever it takes to make our customers happy. This way, they will be sure to share their positive experience with others, which in turn brings us more business and more opportunities to keep our clientele happy."
To see what Kurrent Kitchen and Bath can offer your remodeling project, visit the showroom site on 1777 60th Street and 18th Avenue.