One of our contributors, Summit 1 Construction, talks about kitchen remodels in this issue of the Bucks County Womens Journal.
Kitchens (and bathrooms) are top priorities for homebuyers in today’s market.
If a move is in your future, updating now will allow you time to enjoy it. Think about what room in your home draws your family together in the mornings and at the end of the day. Where do your guests always seem to gather? In what room in the house do we all spend a majority of our time?
Ask her why, and her answer will probably include, “not enough counter space, not enough storage, the appliances are outdated” or “It’s time for a facelift.”
There are simple fixes to some of these problems, and then there is the out and out tear-it-down and start-from-scratch solution. Simple fixes could include installing a new countertop, rearranging some of the cabinets, or adding a new stove or refrigerator. Then there are situations when you need more, and an entire new kitchen layout is the best way to achieve your desires and vision.
Rearranging appliances so they make sense for flow and workspace might be what you need to make cooking and cleanup easier.
Summit 1 will work with you to arrive at an amount that is within your means. With a good, sound budget and a solid plan of action, in no time at all you could be enjoying that new kitchen you’ve been dreaming about and not just looking at them in magazines.
Mark Brawn has owned and operated Summit 1 Construction for over 16 years. He started in this business over 25 years ago and has been serving Bucks and Montgomery Counties ever since.
Testimonial: “I highly recommend Summit 1 Construction. Mark Brawn is a master craftsman who is a pleasure to work with. He did our custom kitchen renovation. He is the only person I trust to do construction work to the highest standard on our home.” Bill H.
Mention this blog and receive a complimentary dishwasher with any full/complete kitchen renovation that is booked in 2013 (direct from our supplier; dishwasher credit not to exceed $500).Bucks County Women’s Journal 215-721-0645 http://www.buckscountywomensjournal.com/