When renovated, a pleasant and sturdy kitchen can increase the overall value of your property. Replacing kitchen fixtures such as countertops, stoves, cabinets, and lighting has a dramatic effect on the increase of your home’s value. Other fixtures that help bring out the true value of your home would be fixtures and items such as shelves, tiles, vanities, chairs, and kitchen tables. Be sure to choose fixtures that accompany not only your home but also your lifestyle. Read More
As we still are struggling to get life back to normal, some things don’t change. Such as your kitchen needing repair or completely remodeled.
Renovating your kitchen can become tremendously pricey if you are changing your cabinets or countertops, or even flooring. We have some great tips you can use to save yourself some money. First, you will want to think about your budget and how much you must you can spend on materials and labor. Hiring a contractor can create an increase in your budget. Read More
Everyone who cooks desires a kitchen that is functional, spacious, and on-trend with today’s market. A kitchen that has older appliances, bad lighting, flooring that is cracked with age just doesn’t show off your personality. A kitchen that is bright, with everything you need at your fingertips, and simply up to date will make anyone smile. It allows your personality to shine. Read More
Kitchens are the most lived in room in your house and with the right look and feel; it can be a warm, comfortable, stylish, and extremely functional place for everyone to gather. Create the kitchen you love and that you will enjoy spending time in with simple or extravagant remodeling ideas. Here are some remodeling ideas to help you get started. Read More
When you bought your home, you knew you wanted to live there for a long time and everything was new and shiny and perfect. But that was 10-15 years ago and what was once shiny is now dull and faded. As of November 2019, the typical American homeowner in 2019 had spent 13 years in their home, up from eight years in 2010. This means what you once thought perfect now needs some attention. Bring on the home renovations project. Plumbtile is here for you! Read More
When it comes to the kitchen, no stone should go unturned. This is a room equipped to create memories with family, friends and so many gatherings that can last a lifetime. There have been such a large number of innovative styles applied to the kitchen that it can be hard to think outside of the box in coming up with an entirely new design. Have you considered glass? Imagine all of the beautiful displays that can be derived from using such a clear element as glass. The great thing about adding glass to your kitchen design is that you don’t have to strip all of your cabinets to achieve the right look.
There are so many options to choose from when it comes to countertops for your kitchen and bathroom. Once you’ve discovered the many types, it is important to determine the best available countertop that fits your home.
Three factors to consider when choosing the right countertops.
When choosing a stove you really only have two main types of stoves—gas and electric. Unless you are doing a complete remodel on your kitchen, you are generally bound by what you already have in your home. Most people gravitate towards what they grew up with and what they first learned to cook with. But over time your preferences might change, electric users might want to cook on gas and gas users on electric. The switch isn’t as difficult as you might think, gas to electric only means capping off the line, shutting the gas off to that line and installing a 220 plug. Electric to gas is a bit more difficult, you have to decide what kind you want natural or propane. If you already have a natural line coming into your house you just have to add one to the kitchen, if you do not then you need to install a propane tank and run a line into the house.
You’ve perused showrooms, flipped through home magazines, studied friends’ houses—and perhaps even found design inspiration in your own dreams. You have a clear idea of what your dream kitchen will look like, a budget, and perhaps a scrapbook filled with clippings, brochures and back-of-an-envelope sketches. But you’re not quite ready to start your addition project—until you ask yourself the following questions: Read More
It would be great to have an unlimited budget for a kitchen renovation. But the fact is most of us do not. And that’s OK. Compromises of one form or another are part of the process, even for the rare homeowner who enjoys a bottomless budget and expansive square footage.