Executive summary about Bath Renovation by Kelly Gordon
Save Money On Your Next Kitchen or Bath Renovation. Kitchen and Bath are typically the most expensive rooms to renovate. This is due in large part to the appliances/fixtures that must be included, for example, the sink, dishwasher, range, fridge, etc.
look for low energy consumption, a delay timer & an economy cycle or half-load button; this will save on water & money
Consider a multi-functional oven. Range consider accessories like cooker hood, splashback, grill, griddle plates, rotisserie, wok burner & fish-kettle burner.
A cost efficient option is the three-way or tri-flow faucets that take away the need for bottled water or other purification system. Newer models offer dual-flow for hot & cold filtered water.
There are many cost effective & aesthetically pleasing options so it really depends on what your needs are. Utility exhaust fans are great for reducing odors & moisture, such as in kitchens. Fan-forced heat models are more common in colder rooms such as bathrooms as they provide extra heat.
There's also an increasing interest in LEDs. Whatever your option, make sure you get all the information from your lighting supplier/installer to make an informed decision.
Kitchen and Bath Remodeling With Cabinets Renovation
Executive summary about Cabinets Renovation by Kurt Schefken
Kitchen and bath remodeling is one such concept which has gained immense popularity in the previous years. Though the concept is at times marred by the heavy costs and processes due to the plumbing and the number of fixtures involved, yet kitchen and bath remodeling is one of the best and most modern ways to add to the overall look of your house.
Though the projects for kitchen and bath remodeling can be more time consuming, but the end results are definitely worth the effort. Before you actually start with the kitchen and bath remodeling in your house, you need to spend some time doing actual planning for the same. Overall, it is an important decision to make whether your cabinets need total replacements or just an overhaul.
In many cases, if the cabinets are dirty or grimy, all that is required is good bleaching, which can be done with a mixture of bleach, linseed oil and boiling water.