Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) December 16, 2006
Homeowners can make kitchen cabinet remodeling plans and find advice on the HomeOpinion.com Forum, the community-driven home improvement resource. A complete kitchen cabinet plan can cost between $20,000 and $40,000. HomeOpinion.com visitors benefit from other homeowners' experiences in kitchen remodeling plans, from user-friendly advice to recommendations on style, design, budgeting, and finding a professional.
"The arrival of the New Year is a time for change and improvement. Time to improve your job, your home, and your lifestyle," blogs HomeOpinion.com founder Chris Mancini. Mancini regularly posts renovation ideas to the Community Forum so that visitors can comment and offer advice. He continues, "There a few different ways you can go. You can purchase new cabinets, or resurface or refinish your current ones." (http://www.homeopinion.com/kitchen/forum.php?tid=117&iname=Ring-in-the-New-Year-with-New-Cabinets!)
Before embarking on a serious cabinet refacing or remodeling plan, homeowners should evaluate whether it is truly necessary to install an entirely new set of cabinet shelves and doors or if stripping and adding new cabinet paint and changing hardwaremakes more more sense. According to HomeOpinion.com research, a kitchen cabinet remodeling project averages $15,294, saving consumers as much as $30,000 over a complete replacement effort.
"The amount of expertise among our forum participants is nothing short of amazing," says Mancini. "Whether your kitchen cabinets are traditional or contemporary, people are dedicated to helping you keep your costs down and spare you remodeling headaches."
The HomeOpinion.com Community Forum is arranged by kitchen remodeling topic and a searchable index of tips from consumers. Or, you can post your problem and get answers from people who are in the know (http://www.homeopinion.com/kitchen/forum.php).
HomeOpinion.com offers homeowners a place to connect with each other, get new ideas, and share home improvement experiences online. Through the commonalities of their experiences, homeowners can more fully explore the home renovation process.