When you bought your house, you bought it because it included the space you needed in addition to a great kitchen. However, with the growth of your family or the desire to entertain with friends and family, somehow the kitchen just isn't right anymore. Have you taken a look around your kitchen lately to assess its use and the quality of its functionality? If you want to find the love again, consider hiring a design-build kitchen remodel contractor.
Ask About Scheduling Restraints
Although contractors may not necessarily have a “slow season,” there certainly are times of the year that you can expect the most delays. The busiest times for remodeling professionals are typically in the summer and in the few months before the holidays. If you’re trying to remodel your kitchen during this time, it may take longer. This is because it’s harder to get subcontractors on the schedule and shipping materials may also take more time due to demand.
This is why you’re usually better off to start planning a kitchen remodel about a year in advance. You get the opportunity to choose a time that works best for you, and you receive the benefit of being one of the first people on the schedule.
Move over, white. Gray, it’s time to take a break. The year 2020 is undoubtedly color’s time to shine. And while this trend is striking a bold tone all over the kitchen space, nowhere is it more obvious than in the cabinetry. If you missed seeing color in the kitchen, now is a great time to think about a remodeling project. Color cabinetry is the biggest trend of the year, with so much potential you can’t lose. Here’s what you need to know.
Does your kitchen spark joy? Do you wish you could thank it for its service, get rid of it and start over? Although this seems like a rash decision, most homeowners need to seriously overhaul their kitchens at least once every 20 years or so. While this can be a great decision for your home life and your investment, it is wise to start with some information about cost. Here are some numbers and other factors to consider as you start the planning process.
So, you're looking to have a major home remodeling project done; perhaps you're looking to renovate your outdated kitchen, or maybe you want to add square footage with a room addition, or possibly it's time for a bathroom remodel. Either way, you'll have an important decision to make when it comes to home remodeling in Phoenix: do you stay and live through it - or do you go?
Many homeowners choose to live elsewhere, or plan a family vacation away, during a major home renovation project, but this isn't always practical or possible. If you're planning on remaining in your home during the remodeling project, there are some tips you'll want to keep in mind.
Is your kitchen feeling outdated and small? If so, then aside from tackling a major renovation or home addition, there probably isn't much you can do to increase the actual square footage of your kitchen. However, with working with a creative Scottsdale Kitchen Remodeling Contractor, you can update your kitchen while increasing functionality and perception of space--which is almost just as good! We've got some excellent tips for maximizing functionality in even the tiniest of kitchen spaces with a remodeling project.