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Home Remodeling Trends Lean Toward Smaller Kitchen and Bath Projects

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, April 11, 2012

As the weather starts to warm and flowers start to bloom, so does the desire of homeowners to get to their home remodeling to-do lists and projects.
 
The top trends in home remodeling based on industry statistics and customer requests indicate that people are choosing to do a series of smaller upgrades around the house rather than tackle larger renovation projects.

The most popular home remodeling job remains a kitchen makeover. Kitchens are the most popular room in the house to remodel. Homeowners in the market to sell their home recoup an average of 81% from their investment in a kitchen remodel. But smaller kitchen upgrades are what are becoming more and more popular. Cabinet refacing and refinishing are the perfect solution to a kitchen that has good layout and just needs upgrading.

Kitchen upgrades offer convenience for those homeowners wishing to stay in their home. Granite countertops, farmhouse sinks, and newly refinished kitchen cabinets are all popular choices.

Bathroom remodels are always a must-do project. Usually costing less than a kitchen remodel, many homeowners are turning their bathrooms into a spa. Updating a bathroom with new tile, vanities with granite or quartz countertops and dual rain shower set the tone for relaxation after a long day at the office.

A large amount of homeowners are doing remodeling projects that enhance their living space. For information on your kitchen or bath remodeling project, contact Kenneth C. Lewis Cabinet Refinishing.

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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.

Save Money - Use Your Old Cabinets in your New Kitchen

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Thinking about a kitchen makeover? New cabinets are the bulk of the cost. But newly refinished cabinets can give you a brand new kitchen. Cut the cost on your kitchen makeover by adding a new finish or decorative flair to your existing cabinets. Don’t rip them out and replace them, refinish them. No matter what style you are looking for, newly refinished cabinets can change the entire look and feel of your kitchen.
 
New cabinets, even in-stock cabinets at a big box store cost tens of thousands of dollars. If your kitchen cabinets were custom made, stock cabinets are not an option.  If you have been putting off a kitchen remodel, it has probably been in part from the cost of the project as well as the mess and stress of the project.

Cabinet Refinishing, especially on custom made cabinets, is a great way to get what you want from your kitchen in less time, for less money.

Cabinet refinishing may be a better, less stressful and far less time consuming solution. Your old cabinets, along with high quality finishing products, professional standards, and the right finish will give  you that “new” kitchen you have been waiting for; contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.  

Tips for Homeowners on Kitchen and Bathroom Renovations

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Spring is the time that many homeowners start to consider kitchen and bathroom renovations, but right now is the perfect time to consider these renovations.  Plumbers have better availability after the winter heating season and skilled workers are still available before the busy summer season. So when spring cleaning reveals older and worn cabinetry and vanities, call Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.

A full kitchen renovation can cost quite a bit of money based on a variety of details along with the condition of the existing plumbing and electric.  Kitchen upgrades and smaller renovations with a big effect can be done for much less.  Great ways to change the look of your kitchen on a tight budget could include replacing cabinet doors, counter-tops, hardware, flooring and painting to name a few.

Likewise, partial bathroom projects or smaller bathroom renovations with a "WOW" factor can be completed for much less than a full make-over.  Vanity refacing or refinishing, a new toilet and sink, or just a new faucet, and painting are a few suggestions.

For more cost effective kitchen and bath renovations, contact Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis.

Kitchen Remodel can be the Fastest and Least Expensive Project

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 22, 2012

With all the projects in your home that need attention, it is hard to decide how to prioritize. Do you do the easier projects, the bigger projects or the do-it-yourself projects first. Perhaps you want to do the least expensive ones first, but  you really do need new kitchen cabinets.

Come visit Cabinets by Kenneth C. Lewis at the New England Home Show, February 23-26 at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. We can show you a better way to new kitchen cabinets that will make your kitchen remodeling project all of the above: faster, easier, less expensive.

Kitchen cabinet refacing and refinishing is a better way to get what you want from your kitchen. See us at the Home Show, we will show you how we change your existing cabinets into the cabinets you want through cabinet refacing, replacing the door and drawer fronts; or cabinet refinishing, stripping and refinishing the cabinets and drawers.
 
Contact us for more information on the Home Show, or just stop by!

Kitchen Remodeling Options You May Have Overlooked

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, February 15, 2012

In today’s economy many homeowners are opting to stay put. Others, who are in the market for a new home, are looking for more modest homes, McMansions have seen their day, and it may be passed for a while.

Sometimes it is challenging to envision your home or a potential new home beyond what is in front of your eyes. You may walk into your kitchen, or the kitchen of a home you are thinking of buying and see old cabinets and Formica counters and think, “the kitchen needs to be remodeled, this will cost tens of thousands”.

This is not necessarily so. There are realistic examples of beautiful kitchens that homeowners can emulate. Walk around the kitchen, does it have a good flow? Is the work triangle right? Are the cabinets sturdy, and in good shape other than the color and the pulls? Kitchen cabinet refacing and refinishing is a faster and less expensive option. Add granite countertops and you have a new kitchen.

Homeowners are investing in their homes, but sometimes you can do that with a much smaller budget. Cabinetry by Kenneth C. Lewis encourages home buyers to consider options that you otherwise would have overlooked. We want to help you to envision possible kitchen remodels for less; less money, less time, less stress. Contact us for more information on kitchen cabinet refinishing and refacing.


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