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Kitchen Remodeling - Getting Started

 

When remodeling kitchens and baths, people are curious about what to do first.   At Sunday Kitchen & Bath Design & Cabinets, the process is simple and easy. It’s our framework to developing a kitchen or bath design that truly meets your needs and expectations. Throughout our efforts we are the client’s advocates, assisting in the selection of quality materials for kitchen cabinets and bathroom vanitiesKitchen Design Firm Opened on Sunday - Sunday Kitchen and Bath and providing outstanding services that will insure that your project runs smoothly.
The Sunday Kitchen & Bath Design & Cabinets Way:

1.  Get your estimate

Come visit us and get a first hand experience of what our showroom has to offer. Browse our kicthen design and cabinets displays. Explore kitchen design ideas as well as the variety of materials for the kitchen cabinets. Bring information such as notes on room dimensions, notes or photos to review with our designers.  We will provide you with a preliminary estimate for your kitchen design project taking into consideration both materials and labor.

2.  In home consultation

If our initial estimate is in line with your budget, then we schedule a time for an in home visit. At this meeting our designer, accompanied by one of our licensed contractor partners will perform a detailed evaluation of your space. It’s a great opportunity to discuss what you dislike about your current space, and what can be done to transform it. A detailed measure will be preformed, and the contractor will review the space for possible issues. This is a crucial step to go from a kitchen design to a kitchen blueprint.

3.  Follow-up design showroom consultation

Meet with us at our kitchen design and cabinets showroom where we help you visualize your design by using computer aided design tools to simulate the finished room.  During this phase we create a detailed price projection on materials and review the contractor’s labor quote in detail. If you decide to go forward with us we request a small deposit on material provided. Copies of your drawings will be given to you for your review. Samples may be checked out.

4.  Contractors return visit

During this part of the process, our contractor returns to take a closer look at your space, verifying measurements, checking walls and soffits and evaluating any possible construction issues.  

5.  Final design approval and remodeling schedule

At this stage you return to the kitchen design and cabinets showroom to finalize your design and material selections. A project schedule will also be created that outlines any remaining selection deadlines, material deliveries and installation dates.


You've got concerns, Will and Russ have ideas.  

Find their tips below.


Clever storage can save a tiny kitchen.

Storage is often an issue in the kitchen. Knowledge of the products available and a little creativity maximize the space available. In tiny kitchens, every square inch of cabinet and countertop space must be taken into account.
  • Start with an inventory of the dishes, small appliances and typical food and clean-up items.
  • Determine who is cooking what and what are the clean-up habits.
  • The designer may suggest putting items of like size together on shelving to maximize wall cabinets.
  • Corner cabinets with lazy-susans will claim otherwise dead corners.
  • Roll-out shelves in base cabinets allow you to better manage pots and pans or canned goods by allowing you to actually see what's in the back of a cabinet.
  • Spice racks, wine racks and tall pull-outs can clear off the countertop - countertops are not so good for storage.
  • Pull-out recycling bins will organize trash and get rid of the old free-standing trash can leaving more floor space for moving around in a tiny kitchen.
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