Custom Kitchen Make Over & Design Tips

Are you thinking about a custom kitchen make over?  Looking for kitchen design tips.  Well, renovating your kitchen might be one of the best investments for an aging home.   But when thinking about home remodeling one should not focus on return on investment but will you and your family enjoy the new addition or upgrade of the home improvement project.  Especially since today’s housing market is so unstable upgrading your current home to fit your needs might be a great idea.

Realtor Mag says the cost of a minor kitchen remodeling project is about $22k and a major kitchen renovation will be closer to $60k.  Just replacing or reconditioning your kitchen cabinets is one way to jump start your kitchen make over and extend the project over several years as you save for your dream kitchen.

So once you have your budget set, you should start thinking about your current kitchen likes and dislikes.  Also look at some of your friends and family’s kitchens and list out the likes and dislikes.  Start collecting pictures and clippings of your dream kitchen design; cabinets, flooring, surfaces, plumbing fixtures, sinks, ovens, stoves, microwaves, refrigerators, ranges, counter tops, pantries and all the other kitchen items in your dream kitchen. Make a collage of your favorite kitchen.

Check out a few kitchen design books at the library or search the web for kitchen designs.  A quick Google search will bring up thousands of ideas.  Once you have your budget, likes and draft design ask your friends and family for kitchen remodeling contractors and if you are in the Pittsburgh metro are let Commonwealth Remodeling provide you with a free quote.  You should contact us today.

About Steve Parker

Youth Football Coach Keller, Texas, Web Developer, Wordpress Consultant, and an Internet Marketing / SEO / PPC Consultant.
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