A Harvard University study predicts remodeling activity will grow quickly as Baby Boomers sell their homes and downsize.
The study singled out specialty kitchen and bath remodeling companies that do solid-wood kitchen cabinet refacing, which can transform the look of a kitchen without all of the mess and expense of a full remodel.
By offering quality cabinet refacing and refinishing, Kenneth C. Lewis Cabinetry can deliver an outstanding kitchen to people regardless of their budget.
As people hit retirement age, they often downsize, selling homes they haven't upgraded in decades to younger buyers eager to remodel. The huge Baby Boom generation is just beginning to retire and unload houses in massive numbers and many of them need kitchen remodeling.
Many baby boomers will remodel their homes to continue living in them long into retirement, or to increase the home's value before it is put on the market, but many more will sell to younger families who are looking for an inexpensive kitchen remodel that suits their needs.
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Excerpts from Wall Street Journal Market Watch