When it comes to upgrades, renovations, and remodeling, you’re going to probably think about several distinct options for your home. Amidst the many things you can do, you’ll want to focus on the kitchen at one point or another. The kitchen is much more than just the location where you cook, create culinary treats, and often congregate as a family while multitasking. Modern homes don’t always have expansive areas for this, and in most cases, you will feel trapped, stifled creatively, and will want to get a new vantage point here. There are several ways you can approach this, but the best thing to do is step back and let Sundance Custom Homes help you.
Throwing Away DIY
First and foremost, do not do this on your own. There’s no good reason why you should pick up a sledgehammer and some tools and get to work. Yes, there are some homeowners who are handy with tools, and some that may even be in a field of construction, but it’s a bad idea to remodel your home’s kitchen alone. You’re going to run into a lot of red tape, and in the end, could end up causing a storm of issues to manifest as a result. Do not go about this on your own, it’s going to end up costing twice as much and cause serious problems for you down the road.
Finding a Good Company
Finding a good custom home builder can be daunting at first glance. However, look for companies that have been in business for some time, and have a reputation for quality work. That means looking into companies that have been around for at least 10 or so years, and are fully licensed, incorporated, and insured. That way you have peace of mind as to whom you’re hiring, and the end result will be quite grand overall.
The Kitchen Staples
First and foremost, make sure that you consider the existing square footage. If you have a good deal of space, you may want to have an island that you can work on separate from the range and cabinets. A good island can definitely give you a bit of work space, free up counters, and allow for a center point in regards to visual design flow. A good marble slab, or other option could become the central point, and the rest is all a matter of complementary design. Start here and you can design a nice kitchen that will give your home new life.
When the Idea is in Place
At the end of the day, this is not to be rushed. Give our Maryland office a call at 410-877-6112 or our Delaware office at 302-793-9352 to discuss ideas as to how you can revamp your existing space and create a more compelling visual design flow. Alongside the design, make sure that function is paramount, because a “nice” kitchen can be grand, but it may not be functional.