Whether you’re looking for a partial or full kitchen renovation, there are ways to spend your money to get the most value out of your purchase. Trust what we say, we’ve been in this industry for over 60 years, and below are some tips on how to get the most for your money.
Save on Your Tiles
Tiles can break the bank when it comes to renovating a kitchen. Even if you’ve fallen in love with an expensive set of tiles, consider using these for a feature in a small area. By surrounding this feature with less expensive tiles, you can save a lot of money that will be better spent elsewhere on your kitchen renovation.
Spend on Your Countertop
Budget depending, nothing can compare to a beautiful, quality stone countertop. They make a kitchen, and they offer a fantastic return on investment. They are durable and can withstand clanks, bashes, spills, and scrapes. Investing in a part of the kitchen that will be used a lot, but will retain little damage is a very sensible move.
Save on Your Sink
Sinks can be one of the most used areas of your kitchen. However, this doesn’t mean that you need to spend a lot of money on them (unless the sink is the main feature of your kitchen.) A simple, inexpensive stainless steel model is a great option to go for because they are durable and look good while being reasonably cheap to procure.
Spend on Your Appliances
Appliances are likely to be used almost every day in the kitchen. This means that it’s worth investing in some middle to top-of-the-line models. Always buy appliances with great warranties. Also, opt for stainless steel if you are looking for a high return on investment and durable kitchen equipment.
Save on Your Flooring
One of the most exciting things about kitchen flooring is that you can acquire decent materials reasonably cheap. Tile and hardwood flooring are desirable, but vinyl, cork, and laminate are all great choices that are easy to clean without compromising your ROI. No matter what type of flooring you pick, make sure it fits in with the rest of the renovation plan