Before beginning any of the following chores, you must put the safety of everyone involved in the kitchen renovation process as your top concern. Turning off the water and electricity before you start the presentation, putting on safety clothing (such as gloves, strong shoes, and eye protection), and using the proper tools are all crucial safety considerations.
Are you ready to start? Here are our thorough guidelines for remodelling your kitchen:
Step 1: Create a plan
No matter how eager you are to get started, hold off on removing that dirty old sink or getting a new smart refrigerator until you have created a complete strategy for your kitchen remodelling project. You can choose whether to work with remodelling professionals or whether you can complete the project on your own while staying within your budget with the aid of this detailed blueprint.
Step 2: Construct your kitchen or destroy it
Now that you have a strategy and are aware of your scope, it’s time for the demo.
Now is the time to rip up your old vinyl flooring, take off the ugly old range hood, and pull out all the dingy wood cabinets. (If the extent of your renovation is modest, you may simply prepare the walls for painting or remove your current backsplash.)
After the demolition is over, you can start any necessary framing or foundation work to make it ready for the rest of the project.
Step 3: Plumbing and Electrical
The next two are plumbing and electrical. Why are you up so early when you won’t be turning on the lights or the dishwasher for some time? Because your cabinets are open and the interior of your walls is visible, now is the perfect time to deal with pipes and wiring.
If you wait, you’ll probably wind up installing pipes or wiring for your under-cabinet lights by drilling holes in the drywall or the backs of those brand-new cabinets.