Kitchen Remodeling Blog

09
Mar

How To Shop For Appliances

How To Shop For Appliances

If you're remodeling your kitchen, chances are you'll also be updating your appliances. This can be a costly expense in your remodeling budget, so here are some tips to save money when shopping for appliances: Manufacturer Rebates Rebates are a great way to save hundreds of dollars...if you remember to mail them! Often manufactures will run these coupon deals as a hook, but if you remember to fill out the paperwork and mail it in, you can save a lot. You can

21
Feb

3 Common Kitchen Sink Problems

3 Common Kitchen Sink Problems

Phoenix Kitchen Sinks Kitchen sinks are the pinnacle of functionality within your kitchen – without them you have no source of water, nowhere to wash your dirty dishes and your food preparation process gets a whole lot more complicated. The problem is, they’re prone to minor problems which are too small to call a plumber for but can be incredibly irritating and reduce the flow of your kitchen’s functionality. If you have a pesky kitchen basin that persists to test your sanity

09
Dec

Cabinet Refacing vs New Cabinets

Cabinet Refacing Kitchen Cabinets in Phoenix & Scottsdale If you're planning on updating your kitchen, you might want to consider cabinet refacing instead of brand new cabinetry. Cabinet refacing is an economical alternative and can be as much as 60% of the total cost of new cabinets. There are few things to consider before doing a cabinet reface. Ask yourself the following: - Are you ok with your current cabinet layout? What about your appliances and windows? Did you recently replace your counter top,

07
Oct
Kitchen Cabinets Phoenix – Where to Begin?

Kitchen cabinets set the tone of your kitchen. It's one of the biggest decisions you'll make during a Phoenix Kitchen Remodel. There are many solid hardwoods, wood veneers, and synthetics to choose from, these are among the most popular kitchen cabinets: - Hardwoods: Alder - Alder is a solid hardwood and is a popular choice in kitchen remodeling because it is cost-effective, broad range of available stain colors, and it's subtle grain appearance. Alder can easily be stained to give you