About WinBath & Kitchen
About the Showroom
Riverside Winnelson Co is one of the 500 locally owned and operated Win Companies. At more than 5000 square feet, WinBath & Kitchen is a space dedicated to high-end decorative plumbing products. There are numerous working displays, including a steam room, five working air/whirlpool bath tubs, five complete shower systems, working faucet and vanity set-ups, a walk-in tub and other beautiful displays. We pride ourselves on our wide selection of styles from traditional to contemporary, which provides a visual experience for the clients desiring any type of design.
Our staff consists of experienced and knowledgeable sales consultants who take part in product knowledge classes regularly in order to stay updated on the products we sell. Since building relationships is of utmost importance when it comes to creating living spaces for clients, customer service is a prominent practice among our sales consultants. They apply their knowledge and experience in the industry to teach clients what they need and want to know, making their bathroom and kitchen selections a smooth process.
WinBath & Kitchen is managed by Lorena Garcia who has over 20 years of experience in the plumbing industry. Kimberly Kordell and Michelle DeLeon are sales consultants, both of who have a lot of experience in the industry. Ojay Galvez is a great support to our Sales Team and ensures that things run as smooth as possible.
The President of the company is Christopher Cappetta who has been with the company for over 16 years. He lives in the Riverside area.
"What could not be beat was the customer service. Lorena was amazingly helpful. She worked with us every step of the way."
Started in 2003
In 2003 we felt that there was a need for an upscale Bath and Kitchen Showroom in the Inland Empire. Many manufacturers were skeptical of the endeavor saying it would not be successful as there were not enough people looking to upgrade their kitchen or bath to support the showroom. Fourteen years later, WinBath and Kitchen is still going strong.