Is it time for a kitchen or bathroom makeover?
Does your kitchen or bath need a major upgrade?
Is it time for more than just new coat of paint or new curtains?
Do your appliances and fixtures scream “vintage,” but not in a good way?
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Advantages of Remodeling
Sometimes the need to remodel or renovate is obvious. Your cabinets are old and rickety. The drawers stick and sag. The floors won’t come clean no matter how hard you scrub. The appliances are on their last legsand should have been replaced ten years ago. The bathroom sink and tub are scratched beyond repair.
We get it.
But you don’t have to wait until everything is falling apart. Here are some ways you can benefit from remodeling your kitchen or bath NOW:
Maximize your space
Today’s designs and materials provide options galore. With so many choices available for cabinets, drawers, kitchen islands, sink layouts and more, we can help you design a space that works best for you and your family. And modern bathroom sinks and vanities can be configured to fit smaller or odd-shaped spaces, for instance, leaving more room for storage. When a space is remodeled to work around the way you live, it will get much more use, and everyone will be happier.
Think about traffic flow
A kitchen can have all the latest and greatest appliances, countertops, cabinets and fixtures, but it won’t work if the traffic doesn’t flow properly. The same is true of the bathroom. Making a few simple changes to the layout of the kitchen or bath can open up the space and allow more people to move with ease in that area.
If you entertain a lot, having an open kitchen plan could be the right move. If more than one person will be working in the kitchen, you need to have distinct work areas for food preparation and serving. Our home remodeling professional can help you find just the right solution for your space.
Let’s renovate your kitchen or bath with features that meet modern coding and safety standards BEFORE accidents happen.Sometimes safety issues are obvious, and you know you need to address them. Loose floor tiles, for example, can be a trip hazard and should be repaired or replaced.
But it’s easy to overlook and ignore potential hazards when you get into a daily routine. Aging appliances, for instance, are something you can make do with until you have a family. Suddenly the controls on your stove top are within reach of your busy toddler. Or that wobbly kitchen island from your first apartment can easily fall on a small child or pet.
Save money and help the environment when you remodel your kitchen or bath. Today’s fixtures and appliances are designed for maximum efficiency, resulting in year-round savings. Toilets and faucets are designed to use less water, and appliances are designed with better seals and insulation for lower energy use. As an added bonus, many municipalities also offer cash rebates or tax credits when you remodel using energy efficient appliances and fixtures.
FYI: Did you know that an old, leaky toilet or faucet can waste thousands of gallons of water each month? That’s money down the drain, literally! Plus, every flush from an older toilet can use up to 7 gallons of water, versus about 1.2 gallons per flush with a high efficiency toilet.
TIP: To test your toilet for leaks, take the lid off the tank and drop in about 10 drops of blue food coloring. Put the lid back. Do not flush. Wait about 15 minutes. If you see colored water in the toilet bowl, you know you have a leak, and it’s time to replace the toilet.