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Cabinets: Replace or Reface?

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, May 30, 2012

You have been thinking about fixing up your kitchen for a while now. Well, now is the time. You don’t need a huge budget and you don’t need to invest months of time to give your kitchen a facelift. Change the entire look and feel of your kitchen by kitchen cabinet refacing.

Replace or Reface?

Your kitchen is a good candidate for a refacing job if:

  • The cabinets were built before 1980. This means they were most likely built from real 3/4-inch plywood and solid particle board.
  • The size, height, and design of your kitchen cabinets now meet your needs.
  • The layout of your kitchen and your kitchen cabinets works. 
  • You don't have a huge budget.
  • You don't want to be, or can't be without the use of your kitchen for more than a few days.

For information on kitchen cabinet refacing, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.

Kitchen Remodeling Can Help You Sell Your Home

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Whether you are remodeling your home for sale right away, or simply to increase the value of your home for resale in the future, the right renovations will make all the difference. Kitchen renovations do much more than provide a cosmetic facelift to your property; they offer potential buyers the necessary motivation to select your home over the rest in your neighborhood. Kitchen face lifts offer the greatest value and resale potential for your home.

Kitchen Face Lift

Kitchens are the center of family activity, so it is no wonder these rooms tend to make or break a home sale. Buyers today are looking for kitchens that are light and airy, open enough for entertaining and filled with contemporary features and conveniences. Consider replacing laminate counters with granite countertops and updating sink hardware for an easy way to modernize the look of your kitchen. No need to replace the kitchen cabinets when they are well made, just worm out. Instead cabinet refacing and cabinet refinishing is a better, faster, less expensive option.

For information on fixing up your kitchen cabinets and countertops in order to sell your home, contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.

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New Countertops Add Value in This Tough Housing Market

Joseph Coupal - Thursday, March 29, 2012

Some home improvement projects do not give you the return on investment to make them worthwhile. However, there are some home improvements that increase market value. Most realtors will tell you, kitchens and bathrooms are where the sale is made.

Wall paint colors are easily and inexpensively changed, and chances are that the new homeowner is going to change the wall colors anyway. Complete ktchen remodels certainly create a wow-factor that will boost the value of a home, but the cost is prohibitive for many homeowners, and the work required is lengthy and messy.

Kitchens and bathrooms can benefit from a significant facelift simply by replacing outdated countertops with new custom countertops. At various price points, homeowners can choose from granite countertops, soapstone countertops, silestone countertops, concrete countertops, and a growing number of eco-friendly countertops.

Not every investment will actually pay off when you try to sell. New countertops, however, can beautify your home while you're living there and still provide great ROI when you're ready to move.

By choosing smart upgrades such as new countertops, a home's value will likely increase. Feature such as these are quickly becoming the standard for kitchens and bathrooms. Potential buyers will often not consider a home without granite countertops since they are so popular and readily available these days. Being competitive is crucial in a tough housing market.

For information or a consultation on new countertops, contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C Lewis.

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Save Money and Remodel your Kitchen

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 14, 2012

You spent quite a bit of money on your home. Your home is where your heart is, but even more important your kitchen is the heart of your home. Maybe you want an updated kitchen, or at least you want to give it a face-lift. But in these uncertain economic times it doesn’t make sense to spend as much money as it would take for a whole kitchen remodeling project. The good news is, spending that money is not necessary.

With cabinet refinishing or cabinet refacing and new countertops, you can give your kitchen the new look you are looking for with far less money in far less time. As a matter of fact, when you reface or refinish your kitchen cabinets with Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis, your kitchen make-over can be completed in just a few days.

What is cabinet refinishing? We strip and refinish your existing kitchen cabinets and replace all the hardware. It is a great way to save some money and still have a beautiful or elite looking kitchen. Many decorative effects can be achieved during any cabinet refinishing project with paint or stain. It is very possible to combine new doors and drawer fronts with refinishing cabinets for a truly new design.

What is cabinet refacing? An alternative to refinishing is refacing. Cabinet refacing involves the replacement of the door and drawer fronts (with new) plus installing a veneer of new wood over the existing cabinets.

For more information on this kitchen remodeling alternative, contact Kenneth C. Lewis.


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