How to Remodel Your Kitchen in 5 Simple Steps this Spring?

What better time to upgrade and remodel your kitchen than during the sunny season of spring.

Lighter mornings, longer days, and less chance of you needing four layers of clothing before you can even contemplate opening a window in your home, all help make spring the perfect time to pull your finger out and start creating the kitchen of your dreams.

From creating a realistic budget, enlisting a professional designer’s services, setting up a temporary kitchen elsewhere in your home, keep reading to discover how you can remodel your home this spring in five simple steps.

Step 1: Brainstorm ideas

Arguably the most fun part of remodelling your kitchen, turn your attention to Pinterest and start building an idea of what you want your new room to look like. Choose to either save your ideas the traditional way in a folder or create an online vision board.

Ensure that you view a wide range of different designs and layouts to find the perfect fit for you and your family. Once you have a better idea of what you want, you may want to sketch out a general outline of your remodel, which you can show to your chosen Kitchen designer at a later stage.

Step 2: Set a budget

There is little point in creating your ultimate kitchen, only to find out later that you can’t afford it. Therefore, before you go any further, you need to set a realistic budget.

Although you may not determine an exact figure, you need a rough idea of what you can afford before getting in touch with a professional kitchen fitter.

Now is also the ideal time to work out a timeline for your kitchen remodel.

Step 3: Find a contractor

Unless you are highly skilled in the art of kitchen design and installation, you will need to hire a professional contractor if you want your finished kitchen to be of a high standard. You don’t want to be spending a lot of money on high-quality cabinets, only for them to be ruined by the poor fitting.

The best way to find a reliable contractor is to ask for recommendations from family and friends. Although reading online reviews can also be helpful. When you have found a contractor you like, don’t be afraid to ask them lots of questions and make sure you get an actual quote for the work rather than a rough estimate.

Step 4: Set up a temporary kitchen

As demolition day approaches, you need to think about how you will navigate the building work. One option is to leave your home while the remodel is carried out and go and stay with family or friends. However, if that is not possible, you may want to set up a temporary kitchen in another room of your home instead.

Step 5: Checklist for kitchen remodel

Whether you are carrying out some of the work yourself or you are hiring a contractor to undertake the whole project, below are the steps needed to complete your renovation.

  • Configure the plumbing and electrics.
  • Install new flooring.
  • Install new cabinets.
  • Install worktops and backsplash.
  • Place appliances.

Congratulations! You can now enjoy your new kitchen with your family and friends!

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