Posted June 19, 2018 by pmcalary
To celebrate the high school and college graduation season Main Line Kitchen Design gives some tips on how to graduate Summa Cum Laude in Kitchen Renovations.
Tip #1 Like all graduates you will need to do some studying and research to get your diploma. One of the best first steps will be to go on the web site Houzz.com to look at photos of kitchens to determine the styles, materials, and colors you like. Making an Idea Book on Houzz or a board on Pinterest.com of kitchens you like will help communicate your style to the designer you eventually chose to work with.
Tip# 2 You will next need to research to find the best kitchen designers and cabinet dealerships in your area. Houzz.com or Angieslist.com will a list the profiles of all the kitchen places close to you with reviews of each company you can read. It’s a good idea to Google the places you are considering too, in order to find out what people say about them on line.
Tip #3 Once you have selected a kitchen designer to help walk you through the steps involved in renovating a kitchen you will have a professional directing you. They will help you find contractors if you need it or many can run the project themselves should you prefer. Here is a list of the steps involved in a kitchen renovation. Your designer will help you focus on the next step for your individual project. Here is also a breakdown of how long your renovation might take. This is an average kitchen renovation and smaller jobs would take less time and larger jobs more time.
Note: Trying to speed things up beyond what is reasonable will usually backfire and you will never graduate at the top of your class rushing. You might even be left back!
Once you have made these first big steps on your kitchen renovation things should proceed smoothly and you will be on your way to the top of your class.
Congratulations to our designer Stacia Fischer for recently achieving NARI’s CLC certification.
And . . .Congratulations to all this seasons graduates.
Main Line Kitchen Design
Paul, Julie, John, Stacia, Tom, and Ed