Factor 1 Home Value- Consider not only what you believe your home is worth, but also the value of identical homes that already have improvements in your neighbourhood. Zillow.com is my favourite website for checking home values, just enter your address and you will get an interactive map with home values and other information right on the map. Take note of the homes that are similar in size to yours, that have been bought more recently, but have a higher value, and then look at their windows to see what the house looks like. All right, seriously, I’ve just been joking. It could be time to meet the neighbours and ask for a short tour if you don’t know them.Have a look at BB Trade Kitchens & Bedrooms Newcastle – Kitchen Remodeler in Newcastle for more info on this.
Factor 2 Wow! -Wow! — This has much to do with your priorities and motives. Write down any motivating factor in a kitchen remodel that is important to you. Any potential examples are as follows: The kitchen is falling apart. You enjoy cooking and it doesn’t suit you with the style. You love to entertain yourself and want to open up the kitchen as a meeting spot. You want to have a kitchen that wows the guests. You’re getting ready to sell your home and the kitchen is a buyers’ sticking point… Define which motives are most important now that you have your list and relate them in motivational order. “Imagining that the budget begins in the” middle “takes account of the variables that might drive the budget up or down … i.e. Wanting to remodel to promote a sale could minimise the budget, remodelling to wow visitors could max it out … etc.
Factor 3 Has anyone said AGA? — To be worth it to you, mention some “must haves” for a kitchen remodel. Possible examples: granite counters, an extra sink island, a second dishwasher, a gas range of commercial standard, etc.