Do you know what a kitchen remodeling pro does? Here’s how they can help you!
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You probably already know that a kitchen remodel is a large endeavor and a big investment. Many homeowners try to save money by choosing to DIY certain aspects of the project, however, that may not always be a great choice. Since there are so many moving parts in a kitchen remodel, a mistake can throw off the whole project and end up costing you more. It’s always best to consult a pro before starting any large remodel.
Kitchen remodeling contractors are experts in their field. They can help you to turn your ideas into reality and at the same time, bring in the expertise needed to install countertops, cabinetry, floors and even who to contact to properly change the plumbing for a new sink. They’ll know what is up to code and what permits you need, which is highly important. They can even prevent you from making a costly mistake that DIYers may not know otherwise.
What Does A Kitchen Remodeling Pro Do?
• Help Create The Best Floor Plan
• Install countertops
• Install cabinetry
• Install new flooring
• Install a backsplash
• Hire subcontractors
• Install appliances
• Install sinks
• Install Light Fixtures
• Change kitchen hardware
Of course, having a great experience with your remodeling contractor does depend on you as well. To prepare for your kitchen remodel, you should have an idea of what you want. Use Pinterest, home improvement magazines, and ImproveNet articles to gather inspiration and write it down. You’ll want to communicate these ideas to the remodeling contractor. Keep in mind your budget for your kitchen remodel. The average national cost to remodel a kitchen is between $13,000 and $22,000
Once the remodel has begun, you can expect that it will change your lifestyle at home. A kitchen remodel can take up to six weeks or more, depending on the extent of the work. If you’re choosing to live in your house during this time, you’ll need to plan to live without a kitchen. Set up a temporary kitchen near an available sink. Crockpots and electric griddles are great options for preparing meals at home during this time, and if its warm out, it’s the perfect excuse for a barbeque!
Store everything from your kitchen in plastic containers so they won’t get dusty. And speaking of, it’s likely that the remodeling work will cause some dust and debris around the home. Try to put up a tarp over doorways that have access to your living space, to avoid the mess.
Tips To Prepare For A Kitchen Remodel
• Research and connect with contractors in your area.
• Clean out and store any items in your kitchen.
• Set up a temporary kitchen.
• Avoid getting dust and debris throughout the home.
• Be flexible with the timing of project completion.
• Communicate any questions with your kitchen contractor.
Once you’ve decided you’re ready to begin your kitchen remodel, look up pros in your area. Research their previous work and look up any reviews they may have. It’s a good idea to get at least three quotes before making your decision.
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Looking for more kitchen remodeling inspiration? Check out a few of our articles at ImproveNet: https://www.improvenet.com/a/kitchen
We also have some inspo you on our Pinterest Page: https://www.pinterest.com/improvenet/kitchen-ideas/