What Is Kitchen Remodeling
To change or alter the structure, style, or form of your kitchen
somewhere from a simple makeover like new floor coverings and
backsplash, to a complete remodel with new cabinets, appliances,
countertops, etc., even a new layout. ...
1. Setup Kitchen Cabinet
Contact a kitchen remodeling company, for example F&D inc, to
meet your exact needs for cabinet size at your available room space.
2. Setup The Countertop and Sink
Install the Kitchen cabinet, sink and countertop.
3. Setup The Stove and Cooker Hood
Install the stove and cooker hood on top of the stove.
4. Final Setup
You are done with your kitchen cabinet setup when cabinet
doors are installed!
Kitchen countertops are available in a wide range of materials,
including granite, glass, stainless steel, ceramic tiles and formica.
Countertops - Granite
Granite is a durable, scratch & heat resistant, easy to clean
and solid throughout, making it the perfect for a heavily
Countertops - Stainless Steel
Stainless steel is a good option to update your kitchen
countertop. Since it's a metal and nonporous, it doesn't
have to be sealed and is naturally antibacterial, making
food preparation and cleanup a cinch.
Countertops - Wooden
Wood countertops can be a beautiful way to update a kitchen
countertop, serving as both a functional and decorative surface
area. These countertops can be made from a number of wood
varieties, including oak, maple and cherry lumber.
Countertops - Ceramic
If you wish to simply update your countertop by resurfacing the one
you already have, then you may want to consider painting it or using
ceramic tiles to change out the overall look.
Backsplash - Traditional
Most home-improvement stores, such as F&D Inc or wickes DIY sell
large sections of decorative backsplash. Traditional backsplashes can
be installed like tiles. You can use substances other than tile for a
backsplash. Many backsplashes are made of Formica, stainless steel
and even granite.
Backsplash - Peel-and-Stick Tile
Simply peel the backing off the tiles and stick to the wall. Firmly press
the tiles each time you stick them to the wall, to make sure they are
Cleaning Your Kitchen
If your kitchen cabinet is mostly wooden, use water and Murphy's
Oil Soap otherwise use a mild spray cleaner formulated for those
If cabinets are varnished, rub down with lemon oil polish.
When cleaning kitchen floor be sure to move furniture as needed in
order to access all surfaces.
Use a mop and soapy water, squeeze out excess liquid from the
mop, and wipe the floor. Repeat until the entire floor surface has
been mopped. Use a squeegee mop to remove all the water and
allow floor to dry.
Allow to dry completely before re-entering kitchen. Wait until the
floor is dry to place any furniture back.
Hope this presentation will help you remodel
Wish you all the best!