If you are a homeowner or even a NJ Home Improvement Contractor looking for ideas that you can use for your Kitchen Remodeling project in Bergen County New Jersey. Kitchen remodeling can be the most expensive room in your home to remodel. Some people may remodel the entire kitchen and others may remodel a portion such as changing countertops and or appliances.
I’m here to tell you that you don’t have to rip apart your entire kitchen in order to make it look good. You feeling relieved yet? Well keep reading then. How about changing the color of your kitchen. You know that having your NJ Home Improvement Contractor apply a coat of paint can go a long way. Also, if you have the old style wood cabinets, you can resurface them as well with a coat of paint.
Do you have the old Formica countertops? Don’t you want to just toss them to the curb. Well now is your chance. Hire a marble fabrication contractor to remove the existing Formica countertops and install granite. Over the years, granite has actually come down in price so if you shop around, you may be able to find a NJ Home Improvement Contractor offering a great deal on granite countertops.
How are your appliances holding up. I bet you would like to trade them in for some new energy efficient stainless steel units. Changing the dishwasher , refrigerator, oven and microwave will really give your kitchen a new look. Pending your budget, you can even purchase today and pay a year later with some larger home appliance suppliers. Here’s another tip. Bring your old appliances down to your local scrap metal dealer and you could get up to $75 – $100 for those old metal units.
What kind of flooring is in your kitchen? Most old kitchens have linoleum. Usually they are 12″ x 12″ squares but other times the linoleum could have been installed in sheets. Have your NJ Home Improvement Contractor get rid of that linoleum and install ceramic, porcelain or even marble tile. Many times you don’t even have to remove the old linoleum. By installing a cement backer board above the linoleum with screws, you can apply the tile directly to the cement backer board. Tile up to the existing kitchen cabinets, apply the grout and there you have it, a new floor.
With these few tips, you can be sure your kitchen remodeling will be looking better in no time. If you have any questions, contact your NJ Home Improvement Contractor or click on the link below.
Mr. David Pangione
Note: All this information is 100% original. Every word is spoken from experience of being a NJ Home Improvement Contractor for over 30 years.
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