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Countertop Replacement can Revamp the Look of Your Kitchen Faster and for Less - Providence, RI

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, September 25, 2014

Today, homeowners have more choices than ever when talking about countertop materials. You can hire a professional for countertop replacement using quality materials that best suit your kitchen habits.

Countertops are perhaps one of the first things you notice in a kitchen. This is why countertop replacement in Providence, RI continues to be a cost-effective alternative when remodeling the most popular room in your home, the kitchen. It is time to upgrade your countertop when it no longer matches the design vision of your kitchen, your lifestyle, or when it just looks old with damages that are beyond repair.

By replacing your countertop, not only will you benefit by maximizing the visual effect of you kitchen, you can make these changes even on a tight budget. You will also be able to make use of your new counter top for years. Countertop replacement is the perfect, inexpensive, and timely way to make your kitchen a great room for preparing and serving delicious food and for improving the look and value of your home. Replacing your kitchen countertop affects the aesthetics and functionality of your kitchen and guarantees you will have a new look that you will love, in a material that works for your kitchen space and remodeling budget.

If you want to revamp the look of your kitchen for less, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Best Value Kitchen Remodeling Tips - Boston

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Right now, everyone is looking for a way to increase their home value, and kitchen remodeling is a surefire way to significantly do that. However it can also get extremely expensive. But simple kitchen fix-ups can add value and comfort to your space while giving it a whole new look.

There are ways to spruce up your kitchen without breaking the bank. Try these tips:

Fix the countertops: Changing the material of kitchen countertops is a simple way to make an impact in the room. Materials such as ceramic, laminate, granite and siltstone are all great options. Laminate is the most cost effective and granite is the most popular.

Refinish kitchen cabinets: Even though cabinet replacement can be pricey, giving your existing cabinets a new look can come at an affordable price tag. Refinishing cabinets removes the original finish and replaces it with a new stain. Or it can involve painting the cabinets a bold color.

Redo lighting: Altering the lighting in your kitchen can give it a different look and feel. Track lighting is a good aesthetic choice with many different options. Add a few task lamps to improve the functionality of the work space area. Dimmers are easy to install and can make the atmosphere of the room more versatile.

Upgrade appliances: Buying even just one or two new appliances can significantly increase the kitchen’s value.  Large appliances, such as the refrigerator, oven and stove, should be upgraded first.

Restyle the floor:   Laying a new floor doesn’t have to be a costly project. Materials such as peel-and-stick vinyl tiles are inexpensive and can be easy to install. Other excellent options include linoleum, porcelain, cork and stained concrete.

You don’t need to start from scratch to give your kitchen a makeover. With small improvements, you can get a great return on your investment. For more information on refinishing kitchen cabinets, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

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Green Kitchen Remodeling with Cabinet Refacing

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 10, 2013

If you are considering a kitchen remodeling project, consider a green kitchen remodel which could be healthier for your home and the environment.

However, most people think that going green for their remodeling project will be more expensive. Well, you will be happy to hear that going green can actually be more cost effective than the alternative.

Here are some money saving green remodeling tips:

  • Keep the same kitchen layout rather than redesigning the entire floor plan. This saves, time money and space in landfills.
  • Rather than ripping out and replacing your kitchen cabinets, choose the green option. If you cabinets are dated, but in good shape or have good bones don’t replace them, reuse them. By refacing cabinets or refinishing cabinets you save money, transportation energy, landfill space and materials. You can even refinish or paint your cabinets with green paint. Best of all, they achieve a whole new look.
  • Energy efficient appliances is an expense at the outlay, however, they end up saving you money on electric bills.
  • Granite countertops as well as other stone, quartz and bamboo are all green materials because they are natural and sustainable with no VOC’s. Recycled materials can be used for countertops as well, such as stone, concrete, butcher block, stainless steel and glass tile.
  • LED lights can be added for efficient lighting. Compact fluorescent light bulbs should be used in your other lighting fixtures. Again LED and CFL lightbulbs will save you money in the long run because you will spend less on energy and spend less in replacement bulbs.

For more information, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Replace Your Countertop for a New Look in Your Kitchen

Joseph Coupal - Friday, January 27, 2012

If you are deciding on whether or not to remodel your kitchen, remember you get the best bang your your buck if you choose to move forward. But you don’t need to spend a lot. That’s right, remodel your kitchen for less. How?

New countertops are often the best option when you want to change or remodel your kitchen. Replace your existing countertops with granite, corian, cambria quartz or other quality material and make big difference in your kitchen. If what your really need is a new look and feel, an update, new counters are the solution.

Kenneth C. Lewis Cabinetry can guide you in your selection of countertops. Contact us about replacing your existing countertop.

Countertop Replacement Changes your Kitchen and Bath

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, November 16, 2011

When it comes to giving your kitchen a facelift, nothing has as dramatic effect as new countertops. Using granite, corian, cambria quartz and other quality materials to replace existing countertops changes the entire look and feel of your kitchen.

Don’t forget about the bathroom though. If you are looking for a bathroom makeover, the countertops have a dramatic effect there too.
 
Countertops are usually the best option when totally changing or remodeling your kitchen or bath.

If you are not remodeling your kitchen, consider countertop refinishing which is a more affordable and attractive alternative. Refinishing your existing countertop could be your best option if you want a new look for less money.

Contact Kenneth C. Lewis for information on replacing your countertop.

Kitchen Remodeling Makes Better Investment

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, November 10, 2011

With houses remaining on the market for months, or even years, now is not a good time to be selling your home, says BankRate.com.

It has become the trend that short of short-selling your home, making attractive upgrades and renovations make all the difference to potential buyers with many homes to choose from.

However, if you have decided to stay in your home, rather than sell right now, remodeling your home for comfort or aesthetic reasons are also worthwhile in both the short and long run.

The recession discouraged home sellers from spending on home improvements, and large home remodeling jobs have decreased because people are not sure about the economy.

A minor kitchen remodel can also translate into a nice return. You will recoup anywhere from 71-73% of your cost.

What is a minor kitchen remodeling job? Start with your kitchen cabinets. You don’t need to replace your old cabinets. Refacing and refinishing kitchen cabinets is a very economical option that will enhance the appearance and style of your kitchen.

Paint, new countertops and perhaps new flooring can also have a dramatic effect on the look and feel of your kitchen.

Regardless of what you spend on a minor kitchen remodel, you can be promised a large return on your investment.

For kitchen cabinet refacing or refinishing, contact Cabinet Refinishing by Kenneth C. Lewis.

Kitchen Facelift Instead of a Kitchen Remodel

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Many homeowners, thinking they need a kitchen remodel, only need a kitchen facelift. The kitchen is the heart of the house, for that, it needs soul.

But sometimes, a remodel is just too expensive. A kitchen facelift can be done, a minor kitchen remodeling project, which injects the kitchen with life and soul.

A kitchen face-lift typically involves refreshing a lot of the old and injecting some of the new.

Kitchen face-lifts are all about making the most of what you have, maybe keep the flooring and the cabinetry. Add new backsplash, as well as countertops.

When you have kitchen cabinets that are sturdy and in good shape, cabinet refacing or cabinet refinishing, or a combination of both, is a great, inexpensive option.

Add new appliances if necessary, maybe an island if you have space and Viola! A new kitchen. Contact Kitchen Cabinetry.

Stay in Your Home Just Remodel it

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Many homeowners who want to remodel are faced with the question: Should they replace their kitchen cabinets or just replace the cabinet doors?

Other homeowners have no idea that, depending on the material, they could restore their countertops to save some money, rather than buy new ones.

They want their kitchen remodel to be done right but also economically. They are also sure about one other thing.

They are not interested in buying a new home, just in making their existing home more comfortable by fixing up the kitchen and the bathroom.

The state of the economy and real estate market has created plenty of interest in remodeling projects. But consumers are not spending as much money as they used, but rather looking for more economical solutions. One of those solutions is cabinet refacing or cabinet refinishing in the kitchen and the bathroom.

If you are interested in spending your money more wisely, looking for value, and staying put, contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.

Need to Refresh your Kitchen? Replace your Countertop

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, October 18, 2011

We all know that a kitchen make-over is money well spent. If you need a kitchen face lift, think about replacing your countertops. New counters can help revitalize an older kitchen, or give a kitchen a new look and feel.

Many homeowners just are not interested in a whole kitchen remodel because of the disruption to daily life. The solution is granite countertops. Kenneth Lewis spends an average of 3-4 days in your home.

Kenneth C. Lewis can offer alternative solutions to your kitchen remodeling project. Your entire kitchen can get a new look just by replacing the counters. If it is storage space or surface area that you need, add a kitchen island.

Countertop replacement is usually the best option when you want to totally change or remodel your kitchen. We can guide you in your selection of countertop including granite, corian, cambria quartz and other quality materials for replacing your existing countertops.
 
If you are interested in updating the look and feel of your kitchen with new countertops, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Prolong the Life and Look of Your Kitchen Cabinets

Joseph Coupal - Tuesday, September 27, 2011

If you are considering a kitchen remodel, you are certainly considering new cabinets. We encourage you to consider cabinet refinishing or cabinet refacing. These are less expensive options to replacing your kitchen cabinets. However the effect is just as dramatic and just as beautiful.

After your cabinets are refaced or refinished, you’ll need to know how to take care and maintain them. Like any high quality furniture, your kitchen cabinets should be treated carefully and cleaned and maintained with quality materials.

  • Clean cabinets with a mild detergent or with soap and water (use sparingly) and dry them well using a lint-free cloth.
  • Wipe up spills, splatters and water spots as they occur, keeping cabinets and countertops dry.
  • Give special attention to areas near the sink and dishwasher that come in contact with moisture.
Use cleaners and polishes designed for wood cabinets and clean all surfaces as needed. As with any product constructed of wood, a few minutes of care can keep your newly refinished or refaced kitchen cabinets looking their best.

Contact Cabinet Refinishing for your kitchen cabinet remodeling needs.

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