Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for Aim Kitchen & Bath?
A The phone number for Aim Kitchen & Bath is: 515-461-7807.
Q Where is Aim Kitchen & Bath located?
A Aim Kitchen & Bath is located at 2624 Beaver Ave, Des Moines, IA 50310
Q How big is Aim Kitchen & Bath?
A Aim Kitchen & Bath employs approximately 20+ people.
Q What days are Aim Kitchen & Bath open?
A Aim Kitchen & Bath is open:
Monday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Q How is Aim Kitchen & Bath rated?
A Aim Kitchen & Bath has a 4.7 Star Rating from 31 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
Aim Kitchen & Bath
Overall Rating( 31 Reviews )
Mike Tegels on Google
Services: Custom kitchen cabinet construction, Bathroom design, Remodeling, Kitchen design, Kitchen cabinet design
Nina Ward on Google
Lauren Goetze on Google
AIM was absolutely wonderful to work with. Everyone from the office staff to the design team and tradespeople are super friendly and knowledgable. They completely removed a very scary basement bathroom, and replaced it with a beautiful, functional space. The space was very challenging and had a number of tricky spots, but they were great at creating innovative solutions that look great. They listened to what I wanted, and worked with the challenges of supply chain issues really well. They really care about their customers, and do everything they can to ensure you're happy with the end result. During the actual renovation, the same two guys came every day, which was great for peace of mind. They also were happy to stop and teach me a bit about what they were doing, which was nice. They were always super respectful, and made the process go by super quick. Would definitely recommend them for any big or complicated renovations! Services: Bathroom design, Remodeling
Christopher Skuster on Google
We had AIM install can lights and a ceiling fan in our living room. They do amazing work, the electrician Ben is VERY good. I would recommend them for anything!!
Kyle Dykstra on Google
Like many others during COVID, my wife and I looked around at the house and went hmmm, we probably need to update this. For us, that project was our upstairs bathroom. Its not that it was *bad*.its just that the bathtub looked like it was going to fall through the floor at any moment, our sink had varying degrees of pressure, we had little to no storage space, and that the space between the vanity and bathtub made it virtually impossible for two adults to move past each other without actually having to get into the tub. Enter AIM.
Now, I wont sugarcoat it. Getting from calling to set up an appointment to actual renovation was about 15 months. We started the process in February 2021 and final inspection was July 2022. Much, if not all of this, was due to manpower and supply shortages as well as the number of projects that were ongoing. Our start date changed several times and the design point of contact we had was as responsive as we would have hoped for considering the scale of the project that we were undertaking. However, once we got a start date, things became a lot smoother.
We underwent a full tear out and that took about 2 days, certainly much faster than if I had to do it myself. Once down to the joists, it was discovered that they needed to be reinforced with 2x6s to level them off so it took a bit more time during that first week. From there, it was some what small steps. Certain parts of the bathroom were able to go in quickly although we had to wait on subcontractors for the others. Everything came out just fine in the end but there were some small back end things that led to slight delays.
As for the service, our contractor Ryan was fantastic. He was extremely thorough in his work and honest about what was being done and how long it would take. Like I said, some days there was a lot of progress; other days, not so much. I felt like there were no corners cut and Ryan even relaid the entire tile floor after it was discovered that one box had been shipped with a different sheen than the rest. We certainly appreciated his hard work and dedication in the overall effort.
Overall, we are extremely pleased with how the final product turned out. I received several phone calls from the general manager and owner throughout the process, updating us on issues and asking for feedback. It was nice knowing that our project wasnt just another job to them. I would recommend AIM to anyone and just emphasize patience when it comes to getting your project completed. They certainly emphasize thoroughness over expediency. Services: Bathroom design, Bathtub installation, Bathtub resurfacing