Spring Kitchen Remodeling Tips
Carmel, Indiana (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Spring is coming and with the spring one starts considering freshening up or changing important rooms of the home. The most valuable room to update in the home will be the kitchen.
Holly Denihan of the Indianapolis DirectBuy gives tips on three ways one can change the cabinets, based on a budget to add value to the kitchen.
For those on a really tight budget and with the interior of the cabinets still in good condition, the exterior of the cabinets could be painted. To begin this process it is very important to clean the cabinets thoroughly. Then rough up the surface with a 100-grit sandpaper to help the paint stick to the surface. It is best to use a sandable primer to fill the wood and even the surface, possibly using two coats of primer. Then add the color that will jazz up the kitchen; consider an accent color, grey, black or a brown as the most popular choices. Changing the hinges and the hardware will complete the new look.
Another option freshen up a kitchen would be to replace the cabinet doors. Again, this is decision should be based on the interior of the cabinets are in good condition. One will want to make sure the doors match the cabinet boxes. Then selecting the style of cabinet door for the new look; flat panel or raised panel doors. Again, changing the hinges and hardware can add to the new look.
If one is selecting to paint or reface the cabinets, these cabinets could be made more useful by adding some storage convenience to the inside. One of these services offered by DirectBuy of Indianapolis is Shelf Genie. Shelf Genie offers glide-out shelving to help organize and make it easier to use the cabinet space.
The third option would be a complete remodel, which is the best option if the kitchen has a poor layout, the cabinet construction is falling apart, or the current cabinets don’t provide enough storage space.
DirectBuy of Indianapolis makes it easier to give a higher quality of cabinetry for the same amount of money for the kitchen remodeling project. Offering their in house kitchen designer, Holly, with over seven years experience, helping members with kitchen designing. She has over 2,000 kitchen designs in her portfolio. Holly has also contributed to “7 Steps to a Kitchen Remodel” that can be found at KitchenRemodel101.com.
During the first meeting with Holly, a member will bring either the room dimensions or blueprints, their appliance model numbers and their budget.
Holly will give guidance in the cabinet layouts, choosing the door styles, as well as going over finish options and accessories. She will also go over the options for the countertops. Holly will then create a layout of the kitchen in the 20/20 computer software and provide a dimensional look of the new kitchen.
DirectBuy of Indianapolis then helps with a savings of 20-50% off of all of the items needed for the kitchen remodeling project.
DirectBuy offers over 700 quality manufacturers to its members at manufacturers pricing. Because DirectBuy purchases directly from the manufacturers a member can save 20-50% off of the “sale” price of the big box stores. For a project like a kitchen remodel this could total a lot of money saved.
In addition, DirectBuy of Indianapolis has a referral list of preferred installers. Each installer has been approved by the DirectBuy of Indianapolis service staff, for quality installation and service. This list is shared with all of those who would select to save money with DirectBuy of Indianapolis for their kitchen remodeling project and products.
DirectBuy of Indianapolis invites consumers to a Free Savings Seminar to share details on how DirectBuy of Indianapolis can purchase items at direct manufacturing prices from over 700 suppliers. In many cases consumers find they can purchase higher quality products at lower prices.
Schedule a Free Savings Seminar by calling (317)472-9810 before the end of the year and receive a VIP Package at the time of the visit. DirectBuy of Indianapolis is located at 8450 Westfield Boulevard which is close to the Range Line and Westfield Boulevard intersection. This is located just west of the Keystone Fashion Mall.