Are you overwhelmed by the thought of renewing your Oakville kitchen and bath? Do you wonder Where do I started? Would it be a good idea for me to simply get an estimate from a kitchen remodeler? What do I have to have set up before I meet with them? What data do I take to our first meeting? 

At the point when you don’t have the answers to these inquiries, it’s easy to put off redesigning your kitchen. You have likely been dreaming and gathering thoughts for your project for a long time. But before meeting with Oakville kitchen designers, there are three things you should consider about the project.

At RSC, we will discuss each of these steps and provide some examples for you.

Understand The Scope Of Your Project

Update – Updating your kitchen may include some of the following things: replacing countertops, replacing machines and appliances, replacing cabinet pulls or handles, replacing cabinet hinges, adding backsplash tile, replacing flooring, and painting. 

Replacement – One difference between the “Update” and the “Replacement” is the cabinets. In the “Replacement” you are replacing the cabinets. Generally, a kitchen replacement is replacing generally/the entirety of the materials while keeping the current floorplan, including cabinets, machines, and appliances in the same locations.

The Full Remodel – Completely redesigning your kitchen is replacing all materials, yet additionally allowing for improvements in the floor plan and areas of machines and appliances. A “Full Remodel” of a kitchen includes removing everything including the drywall and flooring down to the rough framing members and subfloor.

Decide How Much You Are Willing To Spend

Whether you are planning for Oakville kitchen renovation or Oakville bathroom renovation, you should choose your minimum and maximum spending limits, but hold off on any final decisions until a remodeling expert builds a budget.

If you have any kitchen and bathroom renovation related questions or requirements (Whether Oakville kitchen cabinets or bathroom vanities), Contact RSC.