What to do when the kitchen starts looking a little worn out but the budget is tight? Frank Cueva from Central Pacific Construction in Paso Robles has some tips or remodeling the kitchen on a budget. There’s nothing like new appliances to spruce up the kitchen when the budget can accommodate a new stove or refrigerator. Until the bank account loosens up, here are some things a good contractor can do for you that don’t destroy the family budget:
Give the cabinets a new look
- Paint or re-stain the old doors and drawers
- Remove some of the doors. This kitchen design trend shows off dishes, favorite pots and pans, makes spices and seasonings easy to find, and even displays some kitchen décor.
- Glass doors lighten up a kitchen.
- Resurfacing some types of doors or drawers is much less expensive than replacing the complete cabinet.
- Add new hardware to drawers and doors.
- Remember to paint or refinish the rest of cabinets, too.
Brighten it up
Light does wonders to brighten up a kitchen. Enlarge or add a window. If that’s not possible, change the lighting to make it brighter. Adding undercabinet lighting goes a long way towards brightening up shadowed areas.
Ask about adding a skylight to brighten things up for your Paso Robles kitchen remodel.
Add a new floor
A change in flooring can update a kitchen very quickly. The Central Pacific Construction team is happy to help you choose the right kind of flooring that will give your kitchen a new updated look.
Today’s choices for countertops and backsplashes are unlimited and many are well within a tight budget. The secret is going to be to choose new counters that are going to give you years of service and pleasure and that you can build a new kitchen around over time.
Along with new pulls and handles on cabinets and drawers, upgrading other kitchen fixtures add to a kitchen’s “new” look. A new kitchen sink and new faucet, especially with new counters, can bring a great deal of satisfaction.
Make a plan
Remodeling the kitchen over time fits into almost any budget. Spend some time with the Paso Robles kitchen remodeling experts from Central Pacific Construction to discuss your ideas for a fully-remodeled kitchen. A plan helps you start within your current budget while planning for a completely remodeled and upgraded kitchen that works for your lifestyle.
Locally owned and operated Central Pacific Construction has been serving the Central Coast since 1997 and has an A+ a Better Business Bureau rating. The Central Pacific Construction team takes pride in their professionalism, excellent service and keen eye for detail. Offering a wide variety of other remodeling and construction services for both residential and commercial, the company has the experience to bring the best skills to any job. Whatever your needs, big or small, be confident that Central Pacific Construction will be able to help you out in a timely manner, without sacrificing quality.
“We work with you to find a timeline and budget that works for you,” said owner Frank Cueva.