Remodeling Your Kitchen or Bathroom: Effective Options on a Budget

Remodeling your kitchen or bathroom can be a difficult task if you don’t know what to look for or where to begin. Remodeling is a time consuming process, so the selection process should be no different. What to pick? Which textures and styles will fit your kitchen/bathroom look? Is there a quick way that offers efficiency and effectiveness? What duct replacement services to choose? All of these burning questions homeowners face can be summed up below with a few ways that you can remodel your kitchen or bathroom.

Time: Withstanding and Assembling

great design When remodeling you kitchen, the do-it-yourself model is effective and far less expensive than hiring a private contractor to take on the work. When it comes to your kitchen, ready to assemble (RTA) cabinetry is a simple option that even the most inexperienced handy worker could do. By ordering RTA cabinets for your home you are also going to save some expenses by assembling them yourself. Assembling these cabinets usually involves the use of brackets and screws, so there are never too many parts or steps to overwhelm you or take away your precious time. Even assembling them on your own doesn’t decrease their reliability, so you can rest assured knowing that you are not sacrificing quality either. The best part about RTA cabinetry is that the cabinet colors and styles are plenty, meaning you can obtain your desired look of classical, contemporary, or what have you. You also can order these cabinets unfinished, allowing you to put your own personal touch on your kitchen and again save some money on the overall cost of the remodel.

Sticking with a ready to assemble theme, we move on to your bathroom and your shower/tub. Shower/tub remodels can be expensive if you have it done for you. There is a way you can take care of most of this step yourself. RTA tubs usually come in large portions of pieces that you use adhesives to stick to the walls or floor. You will need to first need to remove the former portions you have in place on the walls and the floors. This process doesn’t take too terribly long and involves some scraping to remove leftover adhesives that you had in place before and Dryer vent cleaning. In working with this step you are going to want to hire a plumber to shut off the water and make sure that the piping is fixed once you place your new tub or shower. If you are knowledgeable on plumbing, you’ll be able to handle that step just fine. The tubs are all pre-cut to form, but you may need to drill out portions to fit your shower head, handles, and drain. A couple tubes of plumbers paste to use as adhesives for you tub pieces will be helpful as well. It’s another simple process that doesn’t require a learning curve or too much time out of your schedule.