Fisher Gross Inc. was founded in 1999 to participate with homeowners and industry professionals in creating custom residential designs and remodels. Our vision is to create an elevated experience through exceptional service. With each of our clients, we strive to establish value in an industry where choices are limitless.
Fisher Gross Inc. specializes in custom cabinetry for residential remodeling projects. We are licensed general contractors as well as designers. Our designs begin with the fundamental aspects of space, moving into the functional necessities while focusing on the personal needs of the homeowner. Every detail is evaluated as to its effect on the balance and harmony of the entire space. We believe that every area we design for you must be practical, durable, multi-functional and beautiful. By combining wide selections of styles, functions and features, Fisher Gross Inc. will create that unique space for you to live in and enjoy for years to come.
Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, Karin is the proud owner of Fisher Gross Inc. She grew up in a family with a major name in the cabinet manufacturing industry, eventually starting her own showroom business in 1999. She is a licensed contractor with an eye for contemporary design. Karin enjoys getting to know her clients and overseeing her projects every step of the way.
Since receiving her BA in Interior Design from San Diego State University in 2009, Jessica has completed a range of residential & commercial projects from coast to coast. She is an avid traveler, inspired by the many cultures and landscapes she has visited throughout her journeys. She has a thirst for eclectic design with a keen attention to detail.
Jessica produces all of our drafting and 3-D renderings.
Zoe has a degree in being cute.
You will find her occasionally basking in the sun by the front door. She also enjoys treats and long walks at the park.
We value the time we spend working with our clients and take pride in the finished product. Take a look at what some of our happy clients have to say....