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Directions from Baltimore
Take Interstate 83 North.
To exit 8 (Route 216) Second exit over the PA state line.
Take Route 216 West for one mile to stop sign.
Turn right (north) at stop sign (The Old Trail/Route 216) go ½ mile.
Turn left at Springfield Profestional Center, (Route 216) go three miles to gas station.
Turn left at gas station (Main Street/Route 216) go ¼ mile to Prince Kitchens on right.


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Michael Prince,CKD, CAPS

Certified Kitchen Designer/Remodeler


Michael has been a NKBA Certified kitchen designer(CKD) and NAHB Aging in place Specialist(CAPS) for many years and has been designing kitchens and baths for over 30 years. Michael is certified and trained in the design and use of lighting, electrical, plumbing, flooring and counter materials as well as limited access and green design practices. Michael has recently had projects featured in local and national magazines such as Builder Architect, Chesapeake Bay and the September 2012 edition of Susquehanna Style Magazine.

Michael started his career building custom homes, with the kitchen and bath areas always capturing his creative passion. In 1987 Michael started focusing on kitchen and bath design install. He has had kitchen projects entered in the York County builders Association Parade of Homes for the past 10 years.

When Michael is not designing kitchens and Baths, he and his wife are out riding their Honda Gold wing motorcycle across America.
Pete Prince, Designer/Remodeler

"I get excited about every new kitchen design, working right along side my clients sharing ideas together to bring their new dream kitchen to life."

Pete has been professionally designing kitchens and baths for over 30 years, with hundreds of successful kitchen remodels under his belt. Pete was involved in building new homes for several years before entering remodeling, where he combined forces with his brother Mike in 1987. Mike and Pete opened Prince Building Supply where they designed 80% kitchens and baths, and decided to change their name to Price Kitchens.

Pete loves to involve the client in the creative process of their new kitchen as they will be the ones utilizing the space. Through the years, Pete has been involved in NKBA for lighting design, color selection, designing with color, kitchen ventilation and many other components that involve the kitchen remodel process.