Kitchen remodels can be very expensive. Creating a budget and sticking to it can help you control costs while also ensuring that your kitchen remodel meets your needs. Budgeting is a step by step process that typically involves creating a wishlist, doing research, determining a maximum amount to spend and working with your contractor to contain costs. Making a budget is typically one of the first steps that homeowners take when they're planning to remodel kitchen. Budgeting typically begins before a contractor is contacted and often ends after a contractor is hired. Planning your budget carefully can help ensure that your kitchen remodel will be a success. At Litchfield Builders, we help homeowners create and stick to their kitchen remodeling budget, so their kitchen remodel will meet their goals and add value to their home.
In 2014 open shelving was one of the biggest trends in kitchen design. Whereas cabinets can create a sense of claustrophobia and enclosure, open shelving adds a sense of airiness while also delivering visual interest.
See how you can get the best return on investment from your next home remodel by knowing exactly what to expect and how to prepare.
A well organized kitchen can have charm and grace, but kitchens that make bad use of space can become claustrophobic, disorganized and unpleasant. Hopefully your kitchen uses smart space saving techniques to ensure a clean and uncluttered environment.
Whether your home is under construction or you are planning a kitchen remodel, you need to plan the layout for optimal traffic flow. Here are a few of the top ways that you can optimize your kitchen layout to avoid poor flow.
Wallingford Kitchen remodeled by Litchfield Builders Appears in the Latest Issue of Arts & Crafts Homes Magazine. Hamden, CT -- If you haven't picked up the latest issue of Arts & Crafts Homes Magazine, you're in for a pleasant surprise. In the Winter 2014 issue of the national magazine, local award-winning construction company, Litchfield Builders, has their work prominently featured as the "Perfect Kitchen for a Pottery Collector".