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Debra Fernandez Kitchen, 2018-10-06 03:51:52. 2. Take a look at the remodeler's earlier performance. Examine the firm's website to check out photos of previous projects. If there isn't a website, ask to see photographs. Because it's possible a remodeler could potentially present to you pictures of projects they have not really accomplished, you should always ask if you can talk with the actual house owners whose projects are photographed. By doing this, you not merely verify the fact that the work was indeed accomplished by the remodeler but you are able to speak to former customers regarding the quality of the work and their contentment with the remodeler coming from a workmanship viewpoint and regarding business processes. It's also a great notion to ask for both recent references and ones from longer ago. Talking to house owners about earlier projects can offer insights towards precisely how well the remodeler's work stands up over the years. Additionally, have a look at ratings and reviews for the remodeler at on-line sources such Angie's List, social media sites, Google Local Business Listings, etc. Talk about any negative reviews with the remodeler to establish if the responses raise legitimate problems.
Courtney Vaughan Kitchen, 2018-10-06 03:51:47. A real estate agent can be a good resource when considering how extensive a kitchen remodeling project to undertake. Even if you are not considering moving, but rather want to remodel for your own satisfaction, Real Estate Agents are usually quite aware of how much previous clients have spent on remodeling and how much the value of the home increased as a result, and how much would be too much. In the past, "home remodeling" simply meant repair jobs, but modern trends and increased home improvement options have fueled a demand for homes that are customized to individual needs.
Consuelo Keller Kitchen, 2018-10-06 03:51:49. Kitchen remodeling takes time and effort, as meticulous details need to be taken care of. Before the project begins, you should discuss the time frame with your contractor that it will take to give your kitchen the appearance it needs. An efficient kitchen remodeler will coordinate with the other contractors necessary to complete the project- including an electrician or appliance company- well in advance. This will allow them to stay on schedule and finish the project in a timely fashion.
Consuelo Keller Kitchen, 2018-10-06 03:51:50. Factor 2 Wow! - This has everything to do with your goals and motivations. Write down each motivational factor which is important to you in a kitchen remodel. Here are some possible examples: Kitchen is falling apart. You love to cook and the layout doesn't suit you. You love to entertain and want to open up the kitchen as a place to gather. You want a kitchen that wows your guests. You are getting ready to sell your home and the kitchen is a sticking point with buyers... Now that you have your list, evaluate which motivations are most important and relist them in motivational order. Imagining your budget starting in "the middle" take note of which factors might move the budget up or down...i.e. wanting to remodel to encourage a sale might move the budget down, remodeling to wow guest might max it out
Clarissa Irwin Kitchen, 2018-10-06 03:51:49. A word of caution: I spent several hours researching kitchen remodeling cost and budgeting on the internet to gather data for this article. I ran into a couple websites that gave square footage pricing for kitchen remodeling. Although I commiserate with their attempt to find a simple method to figure out remodeling pricing, this type of advice is not based in reality. Remodeling jobs in general are so specific to the conditions of the building and tastes of the homeowner that no square footage pricing will ever be realistic. I also ran into many sites that did not give you any real information about establishing a budget but basically interpreted Hanley Wood's Remodeling Cost vs. Value report which is published each year. You are much better off visiting the Cost vs. Value report online and evaluating the results for yourself.
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