Home Improvement On A Budget Kitchen & Bath

There are many ways to update your home on a budget, and with a minimum of disruption. For example, some kitchen and bathroom upgrades will modernize your house without the need of extensive rehabilitation work and major expenditure. Yes, when it comes to renovation, looking good doesn’t always have to cost a lot.
Take your bathroom for example, you may want to consider the following:-

If your vanity or pedestal is in good condition, consider leaving it in place and just replace the faucet.
Refinish your bathtub instead of replacing it.
Change the fixtures, vanity faucets, tub/shower trim (nozzles, heads, etc) and lights.
Consider adding wainscoting, and new upholstery.
Painting walls and ceilings
Change the medicine cabinet.
If the floors are in good condition, then you can leave them in place. However, if you have a tiled floor, you may want to consider re-grouting the joints, especially if the block itself is good.

Your kitchen is one of the most important places in your home, and there are many ways to improve and update it without a comprehensive review. For example, you can keep the cabinets, if they are in good condition, and instead focus on the process of reform in these other areas: –

Replace countertops/sink and faucet
Refinish cabinets
Replace the cabinet hardware
Refinish the floor or install a new floor
Add/change out the lights
Change the trim,
Painting walls and ceilings
To change the units

Finally, remember to keep your house looking good need not be a big cost. There are many companies that specialize in Residential in large cities such as Boston, Chicago and New York and is sure to have a lot of equipment to develop and implement a plan to make your house looking new again.
If you are looking for Painting Services or just construction in general, not be wary of approaching a contractor and outlining your specific needs. Many companies will be more than happy to hear from you and come up with a package that fits your needs and your budget. the

With a Degree in Quantity Surveying and a Masters degree in Economics & Management, Patrick McDonagh has been involved in construction for over a decade. The company he founded and now runs, . Real estate services, LCC, is its main Boston-area general contractor, who takes on residential and commercial buildings and renovations and is known for its strong customer support ethic and quality workmanship.


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