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Six Suggestions to Guide the Kitchen Remodeling Process

Six Suggestions to Guide the Kitchen Remodeling Process

The first suggestion we have for you is to draw up some plans for your kitchen remodeling process.

Remodeling the kitchen is much easier when you take professional advice. Sometimes, it’s easier to do it piece by piece, and other times it’s easier to tackle the entire room all at once. No matter what you want to do, here are some suggestions and recommendations to help guide your way

Make Your Plans

The first suggestion we have for you is to draw up some plans for your kitchen remodeling process. Taking the time to make your plans now can prevent headaches later on. Once the actual work begins, changing your mind on what you want to have in your remodeled kitchen can quickly inflate your budget more than you might wish. 

Don’t Move Appliances Around

Moving appliances can change up the appearance of your kitchen in short order. As tempting as it is to have appliances moved around through the kitchen remodeling project you are overseeing, it might not always be the best idea. By choosing to do this, you can prevent dust and debris from clogging up your home. Dealing with plumbing and electrical systems can also be too complicated for most homeowners. 

Increase Storage Potential 

One of the main reasons homeowners decide to remodel or renovate their homes is because of the lack of storage potential. New cabinets can help you fight the clutter that can take up valuable countertop space. Having a kitchen island also gives you more space in the kitchen, along with more prep space and more places to store your small appliances and gadgets.

Alter the Aesthetics 

Even on a budget, you can still alter the aesthetics of your kitchen. Saving money in your budget by choosing cheaper materials is understandable, but for some projects, it’s much better to invest than to skimp. 

Refine the Design 

You can also take the time to refine the design of the kitchen. What architectural style does your home display? See if you can’t start to update the way your home looks by answering this question.

Account for Foot Traffic Patterns

Finally, be sure to account for how much foot traffic you expect your kitchen to face. The interior-design principle of the work triangle should guide where you place the refrigerator, stove, and countertop, along with where the table and seats are. 

Contact Accessible Home Builders Today

Here at Accessible Home Builders, we’re proud to say we’ve been building and remodeling homes since 1994. In that time, we’ve serviced the areas of Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Selbyville, Seaford, Millsboro, Georgetown, Laurel, and more communities within Delaware. We work to guarantee a high level of professionalism, dedication, and the use of quality materials to ensure our customers have the home they deserve.

To get in touch with us, give us a call at our office at 302-663-0464, send us an email at info@accessiblehomebuilders.com or visit us in person at 28412 DuPont Blvd, #103 Millsboro, DE 19966. Alternatively, give our satellite office a call at 302-628-9571, which is located at 500 W. Stein Hwy. Seaford, DE 19973. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube to stay updated on what we’re up to next!

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