Integrating Kitchen Countertops & Kitchen Remodeling Ideas
Separately the two projects of counters and remodeling have their own requirements and subtleties.
The kitchen however sees both projects together. Even though the kitchen countertop can be accomplished
by itself, either as a replacement, or, combined together with new cabinets. From the standpoint of completion,
the kitchen remodel almost always names the countertop to wrap up the total project. While many kitchen owners
justify the buy with thoughts of "why go this far without a new counter". And this, considered aside
from the fact that new cabinets will mean new counters in themselves, due to install requirements alone.
Therefore the two projects are closely tied for most instances. Regardless of the fact that they each carry their
own choices. Considering them as bound as they should, brings in added ideas that are important. Like it or not, the countertop
and the remodel impact one another along with items like sink basins, faucets, and built in appliances that are associated.
Cabinets - as a rule, countertops are not traditionally pulled and remounted from one set of cabinets to the next,
especially for granite counters
and other costly countertops.
In fact, installing a set of cabinets and countertops that are of both lower grade, can possibly
to replacing both countertops and cabinets
in the future. Looking at the chances that an upgrade of counter
would be compatible with your then lower grade set of cabinets. This while still yet having a sense of similarity and
unity in the kitchen area with what you choose.
One tip for scaling back on the pricing, so as to get more cabinet or counter per dollar is through one of
the buyer clubs that do quantity purchases to the consumer (combing the two may help qualify for discount!). And if the
countertops and cabinets/kitchen furniture are not being bought through a remodeler - consult with your remodeler or whoever
is performing the install in your kitchen.
Not all remodelers set cabinets from another source. And not all cabinet deliveries
come complete after the order is placed. Normally mouldings and facings are needed for completion. Pieces that have to be present
before the countertops are put in. Early arrivals at the jobsite can help eliminate these complications, so it's advisable to play
it safe and order early. Keeping in mind, that any setups with the base cabinets might well delay the setting of the counter.
Bring to the project a seasoned professional, and make selections and decisions with the input from installer. That should all act in concert
to help make the job go smoothly.