• 29 OCT 19
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    Kitchen Remodeling Tips

    Kitchen Remodeling Tips

    Kitchen remodeling is one of the most popular ways of renovating your old house and can help to add value to the overall property. If you are thinking of renovating your kitchen, read on and learn some great hints and tips from the professionals at Atchison Construction who are here to partner with you for your next remodeling project. Give us a call today at 602-478-9870 or fill out our contact form.

    A kitchen remodel is one of those projects where everything can seem so simple but it can quickly get complicated. Check out these tips to save time and money, as you do not want to have to address major issues once you have started the remodeling process.

    Keep Within Your Budget

    At the outset decide if you want a high, medium or low end kitchen remodel. Costs can run from in excess of $50,000 to as little as $1,500 depending on what you want to achieve. One important consideration is the overall value of your home and the neighborhood you reside in. You may not get the full resale value of your investment if you spend $40,000 on a kitchen in a two bedroom starter home.

    Remember “The Look” Of Your Home

    Every home has an architectural style. it may be very obvious or very subtle but when you do remodel remember to style your kitchen so it at least suits the surrounding interior of the house as you will not want to have a kitchen that looks like it has been planted in from a home with a totally different interior style.

    Tracking Trends

    Kitchen improvements are like persona lcomputers, there is always something new coming out. The rate of technological developments though means there are bargains to be had and more environmentally friendly options than ever before.

    Don’t Move The Plumbing

    Especially in older homes, moving water and gas lines can become very problematic and expensive. Keep the pipe-connected elements where they are and keep extra cash in your pocket.

    Think Of The Floor Plan

    If your budget allows you to rearrange appliances, be sure to keep your floor plan into consideration. Does it follow the triangular pattern between the refrigerator, stove, and oven? Is your dishwasher next to the sink? If not, you are going to create a mess every time you walk across the kitchen with a dripping dish in your hands.

    Think Twice About Old Cabinets

    If your old cabinets are made from good quality wood because cabinet grames are the most expensive component and can be saved if they are a good wood and in good condition, you can of course add hardware and doors, repaint, relaminate the front of the cabinets and repaint. Ensure the cabinest are lightly sanded and clean.

    New Hardware

    Home remodeling stores carry a large selection of door hardware.  Pick knobs and pulls that complement the architectural style. These are an added touch that makes the whole room pop! Remove and replace any old painted hinges with brand new ones. It may be time-consuming but is also very inexpensive.

    Free Advice!

    Home improvement centers can help with free computer based design software. But do not forget you can work with a contractor and get one one one assistance as well as at0home consultations, installation services and complete supervision of the project.

    Appliance Mismatching

    Home remodeling stores carry a large selection of door hardware.  Pick knobs and pulls that complement the architectural style. These are an added touch that makes the whole room pop! Remove and replace any old painted hinges with brand new ones. It may be time consuming but is also very inexpensive. Get the best attainable faucet, one with a pull-out spray or a gooseneck with removable head

    Speak To A Residential Home Contractor

    The Residential Home Contractors at Atchison Construction have many years of experience and ready to help you. They realize your home is your retreat and the space you spend your time relaxing.  Let Atchison Construction help remodel your home into the dream home you’ve always wanted. Give us a call today and we can discuss your next home project.

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