The general consensus is that you will recoup around 90% of the money spent on a kitchen remodel. While this may be a significant factor if you are planning to sell your house in the near future, it should also factor any time you decide to remodel your kitchen. Kitchen remodeling will also give you a great return in the satisfaction and pleasure that you will get from living with a new kitchen. This should be the main factor in deciding on whether not to remodel your kitchen.
Between flooring, appliances, fixtures, and cabinets, kitchen remodeling is traditionally one of the most expensive home remodeling projects. It could possibly also be one of the most complex, necessitating structural construction, duct work, electrical work, plumbing as well as other specialties. Plus, kitchen remodeling interferes with what is typically the most-used room in your property and causes it to be difficult to organize daily meals.
While Remodeling Magazine's report is very helpful, it is still a very one size fits all approach to establishing a budget. Keep reading if you'd like to try to hone your numbers a bit.
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