Kitchen Remodeling in Parkland Florida.

Parkland Florida

Kitchen Remodeling in Parkland, Florida

The kitchen should reflect your lifestyle. It should accommodate your cooking needs, provide the type of space you need for dining and offer plenty of storage. Its décor should complement your home’s architecture and set the tone for gatherings that happen there. A lot of factors play into kitchen design, but the first step before choosing appliances or visiting a cabinet showroom is to set some goals for your space.

Kitchen Cabinet Refacing is an economical alternative to replacing. We at USAKITCHEN.COM,  specialize in turning old lackluster kitchens into  beautiful clean finished with little inconvenience, time consumption and cost of total remodeling. Rather than planning total replacement of your cabinets, you have the alternative of having them refaced. In most cases you will save up to half of the cost in material and labor if you life in parkland or surrounding areas in South Florida.

As you start planning your remodel, consider these factors:
Size (Square Footage). “Every inch of space is important, especially in a small kitchen,” Pierce emphasizes. The size of your kitchen will dictate the layout: Is there room for an island? Does space allow for a prep sink? Where can you squeeze in extra storage?
Will you knock out a wall or extend the kitchen by adding on to your home? How much space can you conceivably add to your kitchen layout? These are questions to consider with a kitchen designer or architect, who can help you devise a solid plan.
Existing Layout. Don’t feel married to your kitchen’s existing footprint. “Windows and doors are seldom in the place you want them,” Vanessa says. “They might be on the wrong wall, or in the wrong place entirely.” If you must maintain the windows/doors of your kitchen, you may be locked in to your layout—but there are always ways to modify. For instance, you can add a peninsula to an L-shaped kitchen and create a horseshoe layout that offers more counter space and efficiency. Learn about different kitchen layouts.
As you consider kitchen layout, take time to think about what you like about your current kitchen:
  • How do you move in the space?
  • Does the workflow accommodate your cooking routine?
  • Can you easily move from the range to the sink?
  • How effective is your kitchen when more than one person is cooking?
These are just some of the questions you should be asking yourself as you begin to plan your kitchen remodel.
Infrastructure. Depending on the age of your kitchen, you might confront electrical or plumbing concerns as you remodel. Work with an architect-engineer team to ensure that the “guts” of your kitchen can accommodate the technology (appliances, lighting, etc.) you will install.
“In an older house, you may find yourself with sagging floors that need to be addressed or crooked walls that need to be straightened out,” Vanessa says, pointing to a couple of budget busters that many homeowners do not plan for. “Keep an open mind at the start of the process,” she continues. “Understand your needs, but recognize the variables that a designer or builder might need to deal with during the process.”
Lifestyle. How will you use the kitchen? What type of cook are you? How do you entertain?. Vanessa likes to keep the conversation general when first identifying kitchen likes/dislikes, “identifying problems rather than solutions, and wishes rather than details,” she says. “This is because the design will evolve as all variables are considered, and locking on to a specific feature at the start may solve one problem but preclude a better design that solves five other problems.”
For example, choosing professional appliances that take up 80 percent of the space may not allow enough room for cabinetry storage or area to expand a window to let more light into the kitchen.
Budget. For a more detailed discussion, visit our Budgeting Your Project section. USAKITCHEN.COM provides a kitchen solution for every budget, from just renewing your kitchen cabinets to new custom kitchen we have solutions for every pocket.
Decide where to save and where to splurge. Set a realistic budget, figuring between 6 and 10 percent of your home value for a complete kitchen remodel. Brad Burgin, Burgin Construction Inc. in North Tustin, Calif., says his clients that spend about 10 percent of their overall home value realize a return on their investment at resale.

Besides Kitchen Remodeling and Kitchen Refacing USAKITCHEN.COM also provides these services in South Florida:

  • Install Flooring
  • Install an Appliance
  • Install Countertops
  • Remodel a Kitchen
  • Install a Faucet
  • Clean Tile & Grout
  • Repair Cabinets
  • Repair Countertops
  • Reface Cabinets
  • Refinish Cabinets
  • Install Telephone Jacks and Wiring
  • Install a Sink
  • Build an Addition
  • Install CabinetsBuild an Outdoor Kitchen
  • Refinish an Appliance
  • Custom Kitchen Design
  • Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
  • Replace Countertop
  • Install Glass Blocks or Tiles

 

USAKITCHEN.COM Services Include:

More specific task we also serve includes:

  • Install Flooring
  • Install an Appliance
  • Install Countertops
  • Remodel a Kitchen
  • Install a Faucet
  • Clean Tile & Grout
  • Repair Cabinets
  • Repair Countertops
  • Reface Cabinets
  • Refinish Cabinets
  • Install Telephone Jacks and Wiring
  • Install a Sink
  • Build an Addition
  • Install CabinetsBuild an Outdoor Kitchen
  • Refinish an Appliance
  • Custom Kitchen Design
  • Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
  • Replace Countertop
  • Install Glass Blocks or Tiles

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We serve all the Palm Beach County and South Florida including Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Call us now for a free estimate 877-969-9339 or send us a photo of your kitchen and get an online estimate.

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