Three Steps for your kitchen remodel

STEP 1: Planning

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    Visualize the end result

    Plan your kitchen around the style of your home.

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    Find a professional

    Hire a kitchen designer to draw a design to scale.

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    List your likes/dislikes

    Tell your designer what you like and what you do not like about your present kitchen.

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    Make Layout Decisions

    Keep in mind that keeping appliances or the sink in the same location or very near the same location will save money. But moving an appliance or two or moving the sink might be very important in achieving the kitchen design you want.

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    Design around utility

    Tell your designer where and how you like to store your pots and pans, silverware, dishes, spices, cookie sheets and cutting boards.

STEP 2: GATHER SUPPLIES

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    Cabinets

    Now comes time to gather up all the supplies, beginning with the cabinets.

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    Countertops

    Pick out your surfaces.

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    Refrigerator

    If your design requires a new refrigerator

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    Oven & Vent

    If your design requires a new range/oven

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    SINK & FAUCET

    If your design requires a new sink, faucet or plumbing

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    Light Fixtures

    If your design requires new lights

STEP 3: BUILD

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    GET A DELIVERY DATE

    Once your order is finalized, your designer will provide you with a delivery date for the arrival of your new cabinets. Please note this may take 5 working days.

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    Remove all Cabinets

    You will need to decide on a convenient date for us to remove the cabinets. The kitchen will be inoperable during this time, so arrangements will need to be made.

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    Prepare the Walls/Space

    You will normally need to do some texture or patching of sheet rock after cabinets are removed. You may also need a plumber for the removal of the sink, unless you feel comfortable removing it yourself. Our designers are happy to provide you with referrals for plumbers, electricians or sheet rock and texture individuals.

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    DEPOSIT

    Place a deposit on your counter tops so the granite or quartz can be set aside for you.

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    Clean Up & Finish!

    Your new kitchen is now ready to use!