The Kitchen is the home’s center and most focal point. Let’s face it; this is the heart to every home. Either you walk by it most of the time and admire it, eat there 2 or 3 times per day, where most of your friends gather around when visiting, and gives your home one of its best added property .
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Here are a few things you need to consider in answer the question: “Are you ready for your kitchen remodeling?”
- What are you going to do about food preparation while the renovation is underway? This is something many do not think about until the last minute. Make sure you have a place to set-up a temporary kitchen. A spare bedroom, the dining room, or the basement are all good places. You can even have the contractor pipe gas and water into your temporary kitchen.
- Is any critical piece on backorder? Many renovations get stuck in the middle when their cabinets or countertops do not show up on schedule. One good rule of thumb is to have all major components either ready for delivery or delivered before you tear a hole in the wall. This will keep your renovation as short as possible.
- Do you need to contact neighbors and the homeowners’ association before the renovation? Some neighborhoods require residents to give advanced notice of renovations. They may restrict parking and working hours. It is best to know this early and not in the middle of your renovation. Tell the neighbors about what is about to happen, even if you are not required to. They will be putting up with traffic and noise for a while. It will help preserve good neighbor relations.
- What are the plans for the tradespeople in regards to parking, restrooms, staging materials, and use of the phone? Have this figured out before you sign any contracts. This will make the renovation go easier and your life be a bit better during it.
- What preparations do you need to make before the contractor starts demolition? Besides setting up a temporary kitchen, do you need to clear out the foyer to allow easy access to the kitchen? Do you need to clear a place in the yard for materials? Talk with the contractor about what he wants and needs. Have everything done before the contractor arrives on the first day.
- How are you going to keep kids and pets out of the renovation area? Your remodeling project is still a construction site. You want to keep little ones out of the work area, even when the contractor’s people are not there. There might be stray nails and small debris that can be dangerous.
These are just a few things to consider before jumping into demolition. If you think through the renovation process, you may find a few other things you need to handle.
To answer the question, “Are you ready for your kitchen remodeling?” you need to know what is going to happen, when it is going to happen, and what to do if it does not happen.