The Toughest Parts of Remodeling a Kitchen

The Toughest Parts of Remodeling a Kitchen

Have you ever looked at your kitchen and had a grand vision of what it could become? Of course, for most of us, our dreams of the perfect kitchen tend to glance over the amount of work that needs to be done, as well as the difficulty of that work. If you do not have professional training, you could be in for a lot of frustration if you attempt to create your dream kitchen yourself.

Here are some of the toughest parts of remodeling a kitchen:

  • Electrical work. While a lot of people have experience with woodworking and general construction, electrical work is more of a niche field. It’s extremely necessary in kitchen remodeling, especially in major overhauls where you are changing the location of outlets and lighting fixtures, the way the room is wired and more. One wrong move with electrical work could be extremely dangerous. Adding a new suite of appliances can affect the load to the current electrical panel requiring your electrician to make adjustments
  • Plumbing. Again, plumbing is a much more specialized field than a lot of other aspects of general construction. If you are changing the location of your sink or messing with any of the piping in your kitchen, it’s important that you have the expertise to do so. Otherwise, you could wind up causing some significant damage to your home and drastically raising the price of your total remodel.
  • Flooring. Many people don’t expect putting in a floor to be as complicated as it truly is, especially if you’re using tile. It’s a painstaking process that requires a great deal of precision to ensure the floor is level, that there are no overly large spaces in between the tiles and that all areas of the floor have been properly fixed into place. A poorly installed and out of level floor will create headaches throughout the entire job resulting in less than professional looking results.  Starting with a good foundation will set you up for success.
  • Spatial planning. Are you completely sure you’ve planned out the size of your cabinets, counters and other spaces exactly the way you want? An eighth of an inch off here or there could lead to you having to re-do a whole lot of work.

You can save a lot of headache and expense by working with a team of professionals. Contact us at Three Week Kitchens for more information about the expertise we have and the services we provide.