"Full-service design, custom fabrication, and complete interior remodeling — all under one roof."Consider the scope of a typical full-kitchen remodel:
This scope could be handled by a combination of carpenters, plumbers, electricians, plasterers and painters, a cabinet manufacturer selling through a local dealer, and a tile-setter — or you could put it all in the hands of one company and a single project manager. We think it makes most sense to go the latter route, with Brogna Designs being that company.
Our Designer/Draftsman will serve as the Project Manager, ensuring that the design you agreed upon comes to reality in the most straight-forward manner. At Brogna Designs, we pride ourselves on getting the job done efficiently and with minimal disruption to your lifestyle. We understand that a home renovation is a significant commitment both financially and personally. So, we respectfully treat it as such — by giving the project and the homeowner our best!
We welcome the opportunity to discuss your next project — whether it be a simple wall unit or bookcase, a bathroom remodel, or a full-scale master bath or kitchen renovation. We are certain that you'll notice a difference in working with Brogna Designs — right from the first meeting — held at your home at a time convenient for you, and at no cost to you. Let us show you what a truly professional remodeling experience looks like.
What started out as a hobby, has evolved into a full-service remodeling and custom woodworking operation now celebrating its 16th year.
Founder and President, Lance Brogna, started his professional career in 1990 working as a Mechanical Engineer in the Aerospace Industry. Subsequently, he was employed by Westinghouse Corp here in Pittsburgh. Passionate about design and its implementation, the Engineering field was a great start. But, it was also limiting — the opportunity for hands-on creation was lacking. This drove Lance to satisfy his hands-on need for building via a woodworking hobby.
As word spread of his furniture and cabinetry creations, the hobby grew into a small side business, and then into a more time-consuming endeavor. It soon became clear that a professional "fork in the road" was looming. So, in January of 1999, Lance chose the business of Brogna Designs over a continued career in the Engineering field.
In 2005, the business moved into a new production facility that Lance designed and built (with a little help from Morton Buildings). Current staff includes a Designer/Draftsman, several Cabinetmakers, a Finisher, and several Remodeler/Installers. Lance still handles the sales aspect of the business and oversees all operations.