Paul talks with Debbie who among some of her design challenges has an island cooktop. They discuss why Island cooktops create ventilation and countertop problems. While critiquing Debbie’s design, Paul explains why 24″ cabinets are not the most functional size
The Return On Investment, abbreviated ROI, for a kitchen renovation is more complex that most homeowners and real estate professionals believe.
One option, to maximize your borrowing power, is to use a locally based company called RenoFi. RenoFi created the first home equity loan built specifically for renovations! Unlike standard home equity loans, the RenoFi loan uses the expected value of your home post-renovation to allow you to borrow the most money at the best possible rates. Their loan does not require you to refinance your first mortgage, thus offering significant savings if you have an existing low mortgage rate locked in.
Some of their shows on kitchen renovations involve fantastic storylines, ridiculously low construction costs, and bad construction advice. I’ve watched numerous episodes of the kitchen remodeling shows below and rated them. Overall, the remodeling shows on HGTV are the least authentic and in some cases are more than just misleading. Is your favorite kitchen show on our list?
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Paul redesigns a kitchen and teaches a homeowner how to find the best cabinet dealer.
Paul explains imported cabinetry. Episode 27
Paul talks with Steve who has some really good questions. Paul explains what makes cabinetry expensive and why imported cabinetry bought through US suppliers is such a good value if you are on a budget.
Buying kitchen cabinets because the price is scheduled to increase by a certain date is a BAD idea! The bigger the sales, the bigger the problems created by the sales.
Paul talks with an Shazia who’s an engineer with a great sense of humor. Besides going over design changes, Paul explains why engineers can be tough customers for kitchen designers.