Can Kitchen Remodeling in Spokane Homes be Cost-Efficient?

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There are three ways to upgrade your kitchen area without breaking the bank.

Spokane homeowners expect the costs of renovations and remodeling to be considerable, but this does not always have to be the case. A full-scale reconstruction of a new kitchen can be costly and time-consuming for a house, but there are a few budget-friendly solutions that can give this high-traffic area of your home a much-needed facelift.

Replacing Light and Plumbing Fixtures

Fixtures are the accentuating points, but they are often afterthoughts of kitchen remodeling in Spokane homes. When all of these elements work together, it can tie the room into an aesthetically pleasing theme. Many kitchens are a mismatch of styles between the faucet to the light fixtures and even cabinet handles. Brushed looks are among the most popular in modern homes looking for a farmhouse aesthetic, so getting light fixtures replaced in this theme and matching elements like the faucet can be a cost-efficient step in the right direction.

Restoring Original Kitchen Flooring

Linoleum and vinyl flooring had their time of prominence in kitchens across the world. However, many homeowners do not realize that this linoleum sheet was covering up original hardwood from when the home was constructed initially in many cases. Restoring the original flooring in a kitchen happens in stages, beginning with removing the linoleum or vinyl layer to expose the material below.

Sanding and refinishing are often required to remove residues from adhesives used, but this is also advisable to bring back the rich shades of common flooring woods like oak, maple, and hickory. A new floor can make the entire room seem different, and hardwood is much more attractive than aging and cracking tile and sheet flooring.

Installing New Cabinetry

Tired cabinetry can be an annoyance for homeowners. From drawers that no longer open with ease to doors that do not fully close, there is a practical side to replacing these fixtures.. Painted, unfinished particle board cabinets are a common sight in older kitchens, but new units that better suit your color theme and needed space can be a substantial upgrade to the kitchen’s look and function without breaking the bank.

Our Maas Construction team can help you with all of these changes to your kitchen up to a full-scale remodel. Give us a call today at (509) 598-8741.