Kitchen Remodeling: Getting Started

Kitchen Remodeling: Getting Started

(part two)

We are continuing our two part series on getting started with your kitchen remodeling project. Our previous article discussed the importance of breaking the process down into manageable stages.  The first step is writing down elements you like, dislike and may want to incorporate when remodeling your kitchen.

The next step in your kitchen remodeling planning process is to develop a rough budget.  Knowing a range of how much you want to spend will help your remodeling contractors make the best recommendations within your budget.

Once you have a budget and determined some of the features you would like incorporated into your kitchen remodel, the next step is to make an appointment with a qualified kitchen remodeling contractor.  It is important to note that not all home contractors are equal.  Ideally, you want to work with a company that is willing to come to your home, evaluate the proposed kitchen remodel space and bring samples for you to see, touch and feel.

Big box kitchen remodeling centers often conduct their consultations from their store or office.  Houston Remodeling is different.  Owner Tim Lassiter is a second generation Master Trim Carpenter whose commitment to excellence is evident in the thousands of home remodeling projects he has completed for both residential and commercial clients over the past two decades.  His approach to home renovations includes conducting an on-site design consultation with his clients.

Remember, home renovations are supposed to be exciting, not stressful.  Quality home contractors understand the anxieties homeowners may have when remodeling a kitchen or another part of their home.  Houston Remodeling takes the stress out of home renovations so you are able to relax and enjoy the process.  Are you planning on remodeling your kitchen in the near future?  If so, give Houston Remodeling a call today.