You use your kitchen on a daily basis and usually several times each day, making it a space in your home that gets worn out and in need of a makeover. When you decide it is time to update your kitchen, following some tips and tricks will help your remodeling project be a bit easier and help you prepare for some of the process. Here are some tips to help you have a successful kitchen remodel project and update your home's most well-used space.
Prepare For Your Remodel
When you begin planning the areas of your kitchen you want to remodel and the changes you want to make, it is especially important for you to prepare yourself to handle the work during the remodeling project. Talk to your remodeling contractor to find out the timeline on the work and when you can expect specific areas of your kitchen to be installed, which will help you be able to plan for putting your kitchen back into service.
To help you prepare for the remodel, be sure you have a backup plan for how you will cook, prepare food, and wash dishes while your kitchen areas are under construction. Be ready with preparing food in advance that you can heat up in the microwave or alternate plans to eat out or at a friend or family member's home. If you have several family members in your household, meals will still need to be managed, especially since not everyone will be able to eat PB&Js every meal. You can also move your important kitchen appliances into another part of your house so you can still prepare some basics, such as coffee and cold cereal, and still have access to your fridge and its food inside.
Install a Kitchen Hanger Storage System
Depending on the amount of counter space and cupboards you can install within your kitchen remodel space, you may or may not have plenty of work areas and counter space you want or also a great deal of storage space for your dishes, utensils, and kitchen tools. You need some extra counter space to set out your mixer, toaster, coffee maker or other small appliances and a utensil holder to put your spatulas, large spoons, and tongs.
However, one way you can adjust for a lack of space in your kitchen without trying to squeeze in more cupboards or drawers is to add in a kitchen hanger system. You can hang pots and pans on an overhead kitchen rack above your center island, and you can add a magnetic knife holder onto your backsplash beneath your upper cabinets. You can also install hooks for your cooking utensils, which makes them accessible and convenient when you are cooking and frees up space in your drawers for other items.
To learn more about kitchen remodel ideas, contact a contractor.Share
16 September 2020
Welcome to my website. I'm Albert Frost. Besides my dad, one of my biggest role models was my uncle Rick. He was a construction contractor who would let me come on his construction sites and also taught me everything he knew about building homes, including how to install hardwood flooring and add insulation. I always wanted to grow up to build houses like my uncle. I used to help my uncle with a lot of the grunt work needed to make a home a reality. But then I hurt my back playing football. Until I heal completely, I'm going to devote as much of my time as possible to teaching others about various construction topics I'm interested in.