Kitchen renovations are complex. This is why it can take a professional kitchen designer a decade of working full time to become good at their job. Below is our test to determine your kitchen design and renovation IQ.
Answer the following ten True or False questions. Get 9 or 10 correct and you are a kitchen genius and Albert would be proud of you!
- Kitchens need to be gutted and any walls removed before measurements can be taken to order cabinetry. True or False?
- Granite and engineered quartz countertops are OK to put a hot pot on. True or False?
- If your ceiling is 8 feet high, then the largest wall cabinets you can use are 42″ high. True or False?
- Your contractor should supply the measurements to the kitchen designer and cabinet dealer. True or False?
- Painted cabinets are more easily damaged by water and chipping. This is why it is important to get more expensive cabinetry when you want a painted finish. True or False?
- It is important to find cabinets that are Carb 2 compliant and meet off gassing standards. True or False?
- For less expensive cabinets, getting cabinets made in the United States is a valuable upgrade. True or False?
- Solid wood doors on a slab style-stained wood door are important in order to get the nicest looking doors. True or False?
- Stopping by a showroom to see what they have is a good place to start before considering a kitchen renovation. True or False?
- Researching to find a kitchen designer that can make your dream a reality is always worth the effort. True or False?
Are you an Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, or a Forrest Gump at remodeling kitchens?
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