An Eye on Kitchen Remodel

An Eye on Kitchen Remodel

An Eye on Kitchen Remodel

Posted by The Lennys | May 20, 2015 | Cleaning, Stone Care
Kitchen Remodel

What are the symptoms of a kitchen needing a remodel?

  • Non-functioning cooktop burners
  • Double oven with torn insulation
  • Melted cabinet doors
  • Broken icemaker
  • An aging Corian countertop

The folks at Kosher Eye deliberated for more than a year whether to take this major step, and they chronicled their journey in a three-part series. It’s both an enjoyable and helpful guide on how to update an aging kitchen.

Part 1, Planning: Renovating a kitchen is a costly undertaking — one that involves a lot of money, a lot of time and a lot of stress. Once the decision is made to go forward, the next step is deciding on the extent of the facelift. Continue reading about the Planning Phase by clicking here.

Part 2, Be Prepared: If you are refinishing or installing new floors, everything has to be moved or stored – every table, chair, lamp. and decorative object. You will discover things that you never even noticed were there! And where should it all go? Either into a rented storage unit, an outdoor storage pod, or in any rooms you are not renovating. Continue reading Part 2 by clicking here.

Part 3, The Final Phase: Four months of boxes, dust, disorganization and workmen have finally come to an end. Time to move back into our beautiful, updated new kitchen. Find out how it all ends by clicking here.

Lenny Sciarrino (aka Lenny S) and Lenny Pellegrino (aka Lenny P) grew up in the family business and are co-founders of Granite Gold®.

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