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5 Reasons to Opt for Kitchen Remodeling in NJ

A lot of thinking goes into remodeling a kitchen. The kitchen is quite a unique room in your house. No matter how beautiful the rest of your house is, if your kitchen does not look functional and systematic, you will be killing the interior aesthetics of your house. This is why, you have to be really careful when you remodel your kitchen and spend every penny wisely. However, it can be hard for many homeowners to know when they need to renew the looks of their kitchen or if they ever need renovation at all. Here are some of the most valid reasons for you to start your kitchen remodeling NJ project.

5 Reasons to Get Your Kitchen Remodeled  

1.    Your Kitchen Looks Outdated

One of the reasons you would want to look for a nearby kitchen showroom NJ is when your kitchen looks outdated. Maybe your house is more than a decade old and you haven’t had any renovations done in your kitchen since. Considering the new trends in kitchen designs, you might want to make yours look modern too. Be sure that you have saved enough to completely change the looks of your kitchen. Just doing a paint job on your kitchen cabinets and moving a few things here and there won’t be enough. When remodeling your kitchen, you have to think of the entire kitchen area from flooring to ceiling and cooktops to counters.

2.    Your Kitchen Is Always Dirty

Sometimes you are in a situation where you keep on cleaning your kitchen every other day. You are under the impression that your kitchen is dirty, but what you don’t realize is that your kitchen materials have expired and they have lost their vibrancy of colors due to how old they are. The dirty look of the kitchen also comes from many different components. For example, if you have an under-mounted sink or basin, its rims continue to collect filth with time and start looking really dirty over in the long run. Sometimes, it’s the backdrop behind your counter that has changed its color due to heat and smoke. Rather than going for quick fixes and making the whole thing look like a mess, it’s best that you call a kitchen remodeling NJ company to give a complete makeover to your kitchen.

3.    You Have Purchased New Appliances

Maybe when you purchased your house, all you had was a microwave and a toaster to keep in your kitchen? Today, you might have a food processor, espresso machine, a bar refrigerator, dishwasher, ice-cream machine, etc. To accommodate all these new items, you need your kitchen redesigned. You might need a complete makeover for your kitchen cabinets to accommodate that small bar refrigerator and to store smaller electrical items after use. In addition, you will also need more power outlets and switchboards located exactly where you want to put your appliances. In short, a remodeling of the kitchen is required.

4.    You Want to Add Value to Your Property

If you are thinking about selling your house in the near future, you are highly recommended to get your kitchen redone. Many homebuyers, especially women, are hugely impressed with how your kitchen looks. Make your kitchen trendier and you will easily win their hearts in addition to adding value to the price of your property. You might want to look at the new white theme and white kitchen cabinets for a trendy look. White kitchen cabinets combined with a white tiled backdrop and a wooden floor is really something you should consider.

5.    You Want Your Kitchen to Be More Functional  

Sometimes, it is not just one, but many reasons you want a kitchen remodeling NJ project for. Maybe the present layout of your kitchen makes it hard for you to move from counter to counter or is unsafe for your children and pets. Maybe the cabinets that you put most commonly used items in are located far away from the cooking area causing you to move too much in the kitchen. At times, there are spaces left between your cabinets, under the counters and in the corners that can actually be used to build more cabinets or create enough space to fit in a small microwave. Sometimes, you just want to add an island table in the middle to have some family time while you are cooking.

If you are thinking about remodeling your kitchen for any of the above reasons, get in touch with a kitchen remodeling NJ company today and have things done professionally.

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Designing Kitchen Cabinets NJ – 2017

Kitchen Remodeling NJ – How Kitchen Cabinets Are Installed

One of the most enjoyable parts of doing a kitchen remodeling NJ is picking out the kitchen cabinets that fit your style. There are so many out there to choose from, with different styles, colors, and sizes. It can easily become overwhelming but it can be a lot of fun as well.

We’ve talked a little about the best way to go about making those choices and gave you some information that could be handy to know when considering what will work best for you. Today we want to touch upon the basics of how the kitchen cabinets nj that you’ve chosen will be installed.

PROCESS

Your kitchen has become a construction zone. You can’t cook, get to the fridge, and even making coffee in the mornings can be a hassle as long as the alterations are going on.  But, as with most installation processes there is a method to the madness.

Once the dismantling of the old kitchen is complete and everything is out of the way your kitchen should be ready for its new rebuild!

There are basically 4 easy steps for installing kitchen cabinets. We have experts that install these cabinets when you choose to let us help you with your kitchen remodeling NJ. We’re giving you the following steps to help you understand what we do and hopefully answer some of your questions about what is involved in the installation.

Step 1: Measure and Mark

First we measure to get the height of the base cabinets. The most popular standard cabinets are 34-1/2” high. Then we add 1-1/2” for a standard countertop and 18” for a standard backsplash, (though it is becoming popular with designers to ask for a 20” backsplash to accommodate small appliances). With the 18” backsplash, the total measurement should be 54” from the floor to the bottom of the upper cabinets. We’ll even make adjustments if your floor is not level. We than mark a horizontal line across the wall it the correct point to serve as a guide when we are ready to hang the kitchen cabinets NJ.

We use a stud finder for locating the wall studs, because the wall studs are essential in providing the proper support for the weight of the cabinets. It goes without say that we pay careful attention to the position of all electrical wiring and plumbing during the entire installation process.

Step 2: Installing the Ledger Board

We fasten a support board to the wall, screwing it into the marked studs so that it can temporarily support the cabinets during the installation procedure. This is for the safety of the working crew as well as for the welfare of your kitchen cabinets NJ.

Step 3: Hanging the Upper Cabinets

By attaching many cabinets together we can safely lift and install a couple at a time onto the ledger board. Next, we secure the two cabinets together at the stile. By affixing one screw on the top and bottom in the front and back where the two cabinets meet we can insure they are attached correctly and securely.

We then move attach the cabinets. We will occasionally have to shim the cabinets for accurate placement before securing the cabinets into the wall at the studs. If a gap exists between the wall and the last cabinet, we will use a filler bar to enclose the gap. This piece, if needed, is typically securing the last cabinet before it is installed. We will then attach the doors and hardware after all the kitchen cabinets NJ is installed.

Step 4: Installing the Base Cabinets

Base cabinets are measured and level lines are marked on the wall from the high point in the floor to the cabinet height. Again, we use stud finders to locate and mark the studs along this line around the walls that the kitchen cabinets NJ are to be placed.

We dry fit your first cabinet into place and make sure that it is level across the top, shimming if needed. We then attach all base cabinets and attach the doors and hardware.

Don’t forget to check us out online or drop by our Kitchen Showrooms and make a free consultation appointment with one of our experienced professionals.

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2017 Bathroom Vanities NJ – Is Modern Winning?

Bathroom Vanities NJ – How Bathroom Vanities Are Installed

We talked earlier about how to install kitchen cabinets, now it’s time to go over the process of installing your bathroom vanities NJ. Although we told you that there were only four main steps the installing cabinets in your kitchen there are basically nine steps to install a bathroom vanity. But don’t start worrying yet!

We know this sounds like a lot of steps and you’re wondering how is it more complicated to install one little vanity then it is to install all those kitchen cabinets? Well, the answer is that it’s not. We just broke it down into a parts so that you will have a full understanding of what is entailed in installing a bathroom vanities NJ.

These steps are for the general purpose of installation but please consider that they may not be exactly how every vanity is installed because some custom vanities may require different steps to install than a typical bathroom vanity may. And, there could also be differences in a bathrooms floor plans and plumbing that can require adjustments to the installation.

Step 1: Shutting Off the Water

First, we have to make sure that the water is turned off and the supply lines are completely disconnected. This is done to ensure that now water damage is created during installation and of course to keep everyone dry. A bucket can be utilized to catch any dripping water from the supply lines and the p-trap. No one wants to replace ruined walls or flooring! The main water shutoff is usually located under or outside the home.

Step 2: Removing the Countertop

If the old vanity is still in place we will loosen the caulk that is between the vanity and the wall by using a utility knife. We may need to go all the way down the sides of the vanity to the floor if necessary to remove all the old caulking. We will then remove the countertop very carefully because we don’t want to create any wall damage with its removal. Having several sets of hands comes in handy when we are installing large countertops and bathroom vanities NJ. This simply makes the job so much easier.

Step 3: Out With the Old Vanity

First we will loosen and remove all the screws that were used to attach the old vanity to the wall. Then we will carefully pry and remove the old vanity from its place, being careful not to damage the walls behind the vanity and the floor beneath it.

Step 4: Positioning the New Vanity

We will locate the wall studs first and mark them, making sure we mark them higher than where the top of the new vanity will set. Then we mark the placement of the screw holes to match the new bathroom vanities NJ. We can now set the new vanity in its place. Because it’s very critical for the vanity to be flush against the wall we may have to utilize shims and a carpenter’s level to make sure that it is in place correctly.

Step 5: Installing the New Faucet

We can now install your new faucet. It will make the job go faster by doing this while the vanity top is still detached from the bathroom vanities NJ. It’s just simply easier to do it this way.

Step 6: Attaching the Vanity to the Wall

Once we are sure that the bathroom vanities NJ is properly in position we will then secure it to the wall with the correct screws.

Step 7: Securing the Vanity Top

We will apply the tub-and-tile caulk along the top edges of the vanity base to insure a proper seal. Then we vigilantly secure the counter to the top of the bathroom vanities NJ.

Step 8: Reconnecting the Plumbing

Now that the hard parts are done we will reconnect the plumbing by using plumber’s tape.

Step 9: Finishing the Job

We will finish the job by running a thin bead of smooth caulk around the edges of the countertop. And of course, we always clean up after ourselves.

Don’t forget to check us out online or drop by our Bathroom Showrooms NJ and make a free consultation appointment with one of our experienced professionals.

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Kitchen Remodeling NJ [2017] – Are you up to date?

Kitchen Remodeling NJ [2017] – Kitchen Cabinet Choices

What’s the first thing that you think about when considering your kitchen remodeling NJ? Maybe it’s the flooring that stands out in your mind the most. It could be the kitchen cabinets or the new island  that you want to add. Or maybe, it’s the new appliances that have your mind spinning in circles.

Whatever the case may be, it can either have you giddy with expectation or tied in knots from trying to make the right decisions. But, don’t feel like you have to do it all alone. We are here to help you when you need it!

Because we specialize in kitchen remodeling NJ we have everything that you’ll ever need. We cover it all, even the things that you haven’t thought of yet. With that in mind, let’s talk about kitchen cabinet choices and what you need to make your kitchen remodeling NJ complete.

Kitchen Remodeling NJ [2017] Continued…… 

Depending upon whether you live alone, it’s just the two of you, or you have a house full of children you need to figure in how much room you’ll need for storage of pots and pans, dishes, food, and all the other things that you keep in your kitchen.

There are basically three types of cabinets: wall, base and tall (floor to ceiling). These three types can be used to make variations of cabinets to achieve what you need. They can be arranged to get the maximum amount of storage and space for your layout.

You can stack wall cabinets to form utility or pantries. You can combine base cabinets to form an island, or by combining wall and base cabinets you can build an oven cabinet or spaces for appliances such as dishwashers. The options are practically limitless.

Let’s go into a little better detail about the types of kitchen cabinets you have to choose from.

Base Kitchen Cabinets:

Base cabinets are mounted on the floor and they are made to support the countertops. They can be combined to make kitchen islands, or just run the length of the kitchen area. They are built sturdy and able to hold up to the weight and constant use.

Most base cabinets have a mix of pull-out drawers and hinged doors that can be used for multiple storage functions. Spaces can be left for dishwashers and sink fittings. These cabinets typically come in an array of colors and materials.

Wall Kitchen Cabinets:

Wall cabinets are the ones that hang from the wall. They are usually the first ones to catch your eye when you walk into a kitchen. They generally come in three different heights, although custom made cabinets can be built to suit a specific need or space.

The depth and widths can also be specialized to accommodate stowing needs. They can extend to the ceiling or leave room for top storage or lighting. Even accent walls can be made by joining several wall cabinets together.

Tall (Pantry) Kitchen Cabinets:

These types of cabinets are usually made to reach from floor to ceiling. They are great for adding a lot of storage to smaller spaces or simply creating an accent wall. Anything from food the cookware can be stored out of the way. Tall cabinets can also come in a vast array of designs, colors and material, and can be made to match the rest of the kitchen cabinets or made to offset them, depending upon your style and taste.

Now that you have a better idea of what you have to work with you can begin to evolve an idea of what you want and need for your kitchen remodeling NJ. Choosing the layout of your new kitchen cabinet should be a pleasurable and entertaining experience. By the time it’s all said and done you should feel like your new kitchen fits perfectly into your home and lifestyle.

We love it when good ideas and designs come together. That’s why we invite everyone to stop by our kitchen showroom in NJ to see what we have to offer, or check out our website to gain some great ideas. We also encourage everyone to feel free to call us and set up a free consultation with our waiting experts.

Visit www.houzz.com or www.pinterest.com for great ideas on Kitchen Cabinetry & Design! 

For more information about Kitchen Remodeling NJ call us at 201-450-1546 or fill out the form on the right.

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[BEST DESIGN] Bathroom Vanities NJ – Choosing Bathroom Vanities for your Bathroom Remodeling Project 

 

DESIGN

Bathroom vanities NJ are basically a piece of cabinetry that is made to house the sink and hide the plumbing while offering some storage space for bathroom use. In this blog we are going to go over what you need to know when choosing your bathroom vanities NJ.

 

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AVAILABLE SIZES

Height:

Their height can be anything you need, although, the standard height is anywhere from 30”-36” with most of them averaging at 32”. This is the industry standard for a comfortable height. You can, however, have bathroom vanities that are custom made for different heights if you want one that is shorter or taller.

It all depends upon your taste and what height requirements you want. Some people need to have taller bathroom vanities NJ to suit their requirements, while others may prefer a shorter base. If smaller children will be using it you may want to consider bathroom vanities NJ that can meet their needs.

Depth:

The standard depth of a bathroom vanities NJ is 21” not including the drawers and doors. Again, this is the industry standard, and can be custom made when a deeper or more shallow depth is required. This usually depends upon how much space you have and what you plan to store in it.

A deeper vanity can offer more storage for bathroom necessities. This is really great if you have children that will be using the bathroom, or if the space that the bathroom vanities NJ will be placed is an odd size that may make the vanity look offset at a regular depth.

Sink Depth:

Most round sinks will range anywhere from 16” to 20” in diameter, while most rectangular sinks will range anywhere from 19” to 24” wide and 16” to 23” from front to back. The typical depth of a basin will range anywhere from 5” to 8”.

Even though most sinks can be made to sit on the vanity top by a lip that overlaps the sink hole, there are sinks that are made to under-mount the counter. And, let’s not forget those that are actually made as one piece with the counter top material to create a seamless look.

Vanity Top Width:

Most vanity tops are approximately 1” larger than the bathroom vanities NJ frame.  So if the vanity is 21” deep, the counter top needs to be 22” deep. If the vanity is 36” wide, with one edge that is being placed against a wall, the counter top should be 37” wide, and so forth.

This is done to create a lip overlap for it to set on the counters base frame. The bathroom vanities NJ top will be more stable and less likely to give under normal usage. The overlap will also be more aesthetically pleasing.

Double Sink Vanity Size:

If you are looking for a simple single sink, you will need at least 30” of width, but 36” to 48” inches is a more comfortable spacing. If you are looking to add a double sink you can work two sinks into 60” of width, but 72” or more is the preferred standard. Bathroom vanities NJ can be made either way.

Of course, a lot depends upon how large or how small your sinks are and whether they are an over-mount, under-mount or a one piece top. Most double sinks that are made as a one piece countertop are typically preset in their spacing and cannot be changed unless you have one custom made to fit.

 

STYLE

Vanity Sink Materials:

Sinks are predominantly made from vitreous china or enameled cast-iron. They are built to be sturdy, dense and resilient; sinks made from these proven hard-wearing materials are built to last. Other materials that are used can include enameled steel, tempered glass, stone works, natural and manmade wood, and acrylics.

All of these are strong enduring materials that will give your bathroom vanities NJ a great stylish look that will last a long time. The material that you choose will depend greatly upon what design style you are going with. Many of these materials can be mixed and matched to follow a certain design scheme.

As always, we invite you to come to our bathroom showrooms NJ to see what we can offer, visit our website, or call for a free consultation with out experts to get the help you need.

Feel free to check out more vanity styles at www.houzz.com or www.pinterest.com we can accommodate all looks, sizes and finishes! 

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Kitchen Remodeling NJ – Choosing Kitchen Cabinets

Now that you’re finally going to start that kitchen remodeling NJ that you’ve been wanting to do it’s time to consider what kitchen cabinets NJ you’re going to go with. You have a lot of choices. But, do you know what you want?

If you’re not sure exactly what you need or want let us give you some helpful tips about kitchen cabinets that may give you a better idea of what you need to purchase.

First we’ll go over the differences between Stock, Semi-Custom and Custom so you can understand them.

Believe it or not some of the most misinterpreted terms are stock, semi-custom and custom. These terms are related to how the kitchen cabinets are made. Here are the basic explanations:

TYPE OF STYLE

Stock – These kitchen cabinets are pre-manufactured to precise sizes with very few if any options for changes other than perhaps some limited choices that the manufacturer might offer. They are pretty much an off-the-shelf product that comes in a limited range of styles or designs.

Semi-Custom – These kitchen cabinets are kind of like stock cabinets in that they’re also pre-manufactured but they will come with a broader range of options and offer more sizes than normal stock cabinets do. With semi-custom you do have some choices to pick and choose from. You can have some details on the stock cabinet changed to suit you. With semi-custom you have some limited customization options.

Custom – These kitchen cabinets are explicitly built to the customer’s request. They have no limitation on sizes, style choices, colors, materials, wood grades or finishes. They are completely tailor-made.

Open Shelves – The kitchen cabinets are basically simple shelves that are braced on the wall without a surrounding cabinet base. They are great when you are looking to save money or space or both. They offer a simplistic style and work perfectly in smaller kitchens.

You can have custom-made kitchen cabinets that are as plain or as fancy as you want them to be. The great thing about these cabinets is that they are made to fit your design needs to a tee.

Check out www.Houzz.com or www.Pinterest.com for the latest and the greatest in Modern Kitchen Remodeling, Design & Cabinets 

DURABILITY 

Construction of your kitchen cabinets:

The quality of your kitchen cabinets depends a lot on how they are constructed. This basically means how they are put together and what materials are chosen to make them with. Yes, it’s that simple.

Materials – these include particle board, MDF (medium density fiberboard), plywood, solid wood, metal and laminate/melamine. These are not all the materials that kitchen cabinets are made with but they are the main ones.

Construction and Design – kitchen cabinets are constructed either as framed or frameless. Framed cabinets use a wood frame to outline the face of the cabinets mean box. Frameless cabinets don’t employ this facet. The structural braces are typically made from plastic, wood or metal. The approaches of joinery can include hot-glue, staples and nails, or certain woodworking techniques like dovetails that are very intricate.

Hardware – The quality of drawer slides have a wide range. Some products used are ball bearings and nylon wheels/rollers. You will need to make sure that its physical location on the drawer, whether side mounted or on the bottom, can affect the drawer space. The brackets for shelf mounting can be made with either plastic or metal.

What style of kitchen cabinets doors do you want?

Here is the fun part of choosing your kitchen cabinets! Some of the most popular are slab, flat panel, shaker, raised panel, or beaded. Here are the basic differences.

Arched cathedral: This is when the door panel is shaped like an arched window. The arch can be recessed or raised.

Beaded: The inside panel has stripes created by grooves.

Flat panel: The door is a simple single flat panel that is surrounded by molding.

Glass inset: These doors are basically windows into the cabinet.

Mission: This cabinet is a flat panel door. They have a modest square frame molding.

Raised panel: These center panels are somewhat raised by a contoured groove made around the molding.

Shaker: Similar to mission cabinets, but they have a slimmer frame molding.

Slab: These feature no panels, molding, or ornamentation. They can have drawer pulls, but hardware is usually eliminated.

We hope these tips help you, but if you need more information you can stop by our bathroom showrooms NJ and set up a free consultation any time or check out our website.

 

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[TOP 5] Bathroom Remodeling NJ Know How

Bathroom Remodeling NJ – What You Need To Know About Your Bathroom

We all know that Bathroom Remodeling NJ surprises are always likely to pop up when you’re in the middle of a project, and usually right when the budget is really starting to get tight. When it comes to Bathroom remodeling NJ there is no difference. Last minute ideas, changes in plans, and problems with materials can cause some minor and major issues to arise.

What is the best way to avoid these problems once you start working on your bathroom remodeling NJ?

Well, there are several things that you can do before you even walk into the room with hammer and saw in hand. Believe it or not but there are many things that you can do, while still in the planning stage, that can save you a lot of money and time. Let’s go through some of the things that we think can make a difference.

Budget Wisely:

It’s a good idea to always round up when pricing materials, hardware and services. If you’re actually paying someone to come in for the job that charges by the hour, always estimate overtime charges. And, most importantly, add a cushion onto your budget amount to allow for any of those unseen surprises.

You may not find out about leaks, mold, or faulty wiring that will need to be replaced until you get into the job. These kinds of issues can cause extra added to the budget for replacement materials, labor and time. You don’t want to be caught in the bathroom with your pants down!

Plan Precisely:

Even if you have to get outside help (which most people do) you need to plan out exactly what you want and where you want it to go. If you want to put in a new bathroom vanity NJ, but you want it to go against a different wall than the one the old vanity was at, you need to factor in the new plumbing cost. Will you be replacing the shower with a pre-made one or building a tile surround?

What type of flooring do you want? Do you want tile, wood, linoleum, or something else? You need to research the difference on pricing and long term maintenance. And, have you even considered heated flooring into your bathroom remodeling NJ?

Be a Stickler for Details:

If your contractor says, “Oh no, it can’t go there.” Find out why. Any contractor worth his or her salt will be able to tell you exactly why and what your options are to get around it. Sometimes you will have no choice but to take a more expensive option, but with a little knowledge you may be able to find an affordable alternative.

We don’t want you to settle for sub-standard work or materials, by no means. But, by getting counseled by a bathroom remodeling NJ professional is always a great idea that can save you money in the long run.  The more you know the better off you are.

Don’t Wonder off Course:

It’s easy to do. You budget for the $78. light fixtures, but after the bathroom vanities NJ is installed your spouse has found some “cute little lights” for $129. that go better. Or, you spot a tile that you like better for the shower, only they cost twice as much as what you’ve already picked out. You need to keep a close eye on this type of overage as it can get out of hand quickly.

By all means, if making a change is saving money, do it, but if it’s costing more you will either have to rethink the decision or pull from the budgets cushion money. That’s why it is very important in the planning phase to budget for the items that you truly want. Then, the hardest part for some, stop looking.

 

We always recommend that you stop by our bathroom showrooms NJ to get an idea of what we have to offer.  You can also set up a free consultation with one of our helpful and friendly professionals who can give you advice without making you feel under pressure about the whole process. You can visit our website anytime to get a better feel for how we can serve you.

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5 Reasons to Get Help With Bathroom Remodeling NJ

Why Get Help With Your Bathroom Remodeling NJ?

If you’re in the middle of doing a full blown bathroom remodeling NJ than you are probably up to your elbows in remodeling issues. Ripping out all the old stuff, reworking what needs repaired, and then beginning all the renovations. It’s a lot to do and a lot of hassle and fuss, but you know that it’ll be well worth the effort when you finish.

Maybe you’ve done some remodeling work before and you know what you’re in for. You know all the complications of demo work and the labor involved in taking out showers, tubs, sinks. Even walls and flooring can be hard work if you have to tear into them. To say nothing of reworking any plumbing that may need upgraded. You know that all this will need to be finished before you can start replacing anything.

If you have experience with remodeling work then you know that the demolition work is only part of the job. You can get into a whole host of other issues once you begin the job of repairing old plumbing and fixtures. Any extra problems with structural matters can also add to your time and cost. Unless you’re an expert in electrical and plumbing work you’ll have to hire someone to make sure that it’s all done correctly and is up to code.

Once you get to the work of actually putting it all back together (the fun stuff) you usually already have a plan laid out. You’ve though very carefully about what you want the final product to look like. You know what pieces you want and where you want them to go. Your design is planned out to the T and you’re confident in what you need to do.

Even the best of us can get slightly rattled at times, and it’s great to know that you have somewhere to turn when you need a little help or advice. A remodeling professional can help you stay composed and unruffled throughout your entire bathroom remodeling NJ. Not to mention that a remodeling professional can help you save a lot of money simply by knowing how to do things the right way, and cut extra costs by knowing how to decrease waste materials.

But, if you’re new at the remodeling business, you may feel lost from day one! Every decision can feel mountainous. You can feel like you’re drowning in a sea of information that’s above your head. Just the thought of doing a bathroom remodeling NJ could send your mind reeling with how’s and why’s and where’s.

What needs to go up behind the shower tile to make sure it’s waterproof? How do you move the drain from that side to this side? Do the electrical outlets need moved or can they stay where they are?

There is a lot of planning, designing and decision making that goes into bathroom remodeling NJ that makes it almost imposable for a novice to accomplish alone. How to fit the shower/tub into that side of the room and still have enough space for the sink and toilet? And, you have a large choice of bathroom vanities NJ. Single sink or double sink vanities? How do you choose?

We know that these choices can be very daunting, but they can also be a lot of fun. If you have the right help in your corner you can relax knowing that you have someone to help you make the right decisions for your design and style plans. That piece of mind can make all the difference in the world when it comes to the outcome of your bathroom remodeling NJ.

We know how scary and frustrating it can be to do bathroom remodeling NJ when you don’t have the answers to your questions. That’s why we offer our FREE design consultation for customers that may need that little bit of help. So, you don’t have to do it all alone.

Don’t forget to check out what we have to offer on our website, or feel free to call for an appointment to talk to one of our expert consultants and stop by to view our bathroom showrooms NJ.

 

Check out http://www.architecturaldigest.com and http://dwell.com for some amazing bathroom remodeling nj inspiration! 

 

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2017 Kitchen Remodeling NJ – White Kitchen Cabinets

2017 Kitchen Remodeling NJ – White Kitchen Cabinets

If you’re considering a Kitchen Remodeling NJ then you have a lot to think about. The style, the design, colors, textures, and the list could go on forever. You have to decide on flooring, walls, Kitchen Cabinets, appliances, counter tops, hardware. Not to mention all the little things that doesn’t even cross your mind until the issue pops up in the middle of the remodel.
We understand that Kitchen Remodeling NJ can be a hectic time for the whole family. It disrupts the normal flow of the day for everyone in the home, because the kitchen is typically the hub of any household. Morning breakfasts before school and work, mid-day meals, dinners and the end of the day.
While you’re contemplating all your choices, why not think about White Kitchen Cabinets for your Kitchen Remodeling NJ?
Why White Kitchen Cabinets?

• Color Choices

White Kitchen Cabinets are the perfect color to match just about any color scheme that you want to go with, whether you like the fresh modern look of white on gray, or the antique feel of vintage white. Nothing makes as bold a statement as solid white.

White Kitchen Cabinets go flawlessly with so many colors that it’s hard to go wrong with them. They fit into a variety of styles and designs, and that fact alone is one of the best reasons to go with the traditional White kitchen Cabinets.

• Clean and Sleek

If a clean, neat look is what you want in your kitchen than choosing White Kitchen Cabinets is the absolute best choice for you. White gives a flawless, unspoiled, and impeccable look to a kitchen that no other color can create. It produces a picture-perfect appearance of being neat and clean.

White Kitchen Cabinets are also one of the easiest colors to keep clean. Although most people think that white is the hardest color to keep clean, it is in fact, one of the most durable and robust colors to work with. Fingerprints and smudges can easily be wiped clean in a jiffy, leaving your white cabinets gleaming and sleek again.

• Style

The style of your kitchen is a personalized choice. The selections are picked out by you to fit your likes and dislikes. Most of them are tailor-made to show your personal style.
No matter what style reflects your personality the best, White Kitchen Cabinets are so versatile that they can complement a wide range of styles and designs. They are the perfect fit for styles from Modern, and Industrial to Classic. No other color has such a wide range of utilization.

• Benefits

As we’ve already went over, choosing White Kitchen Cabinets can be one of the best choices that you can make when you remodel your kitchen. Of all the things that you will be changing, adding, and updating, the cabinetry that you place in your kitchen space will make one of the largest impacts upon not only the look and feel of the room, but also the functionality of the space.

Because so much goes on in the kitchen, with all the cooking gadgets and small appliances, pots and pans, it is the most ‘crowded for space’ room in the home. Making sure that the cabinets you choose are functional and serviceable as well as stylish is very important. After all, they’re not just there for looks.

We’ve discussed the roles that White Kitchen Cabinets can play in your Kitchen Remodeling NJ, the up-side of choosing white for its color value, its clean and sleek looks, and the benefits of these types of cabinets. Along with the value that using White Kitchen Cabinets can add to your home.
We’ve given you a lot to consider about why you should choose White Kitchen Cabinets for your kitchen remodel. Our supportive staff is here to help you weigh the benefits and advantages of all the Kitchen Remodeling NJ choices that are available for you. Don’t forget to stop by our showrooms or stroll through our website to get ideas of what we have to offer. We gladly welcome everyone to schedule a free consultation or contact us to learn more about what we can do for you during your Kitchen Remodeling NJ.

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BATHROOM VANITIES

Bathroom Vanities – NJ Showroom

Bathroom Vanities, to Maximize Space – Bathroom Vanities NJ

When it comes to Bathroom Vanities we can say a lot! We know that sometimes it’s not as easy to get enthused to remodel a smaller room or to try to minimize a room as it is to expand and maximize a space. That’s why we are offering a few tips for you to study and reflect upon. Bathroom remodeling NJ can be just as fun to downsize as it is to upgrade when it comes to Bathroom Vanities.

Even though bathrooms are usually the smallest room in the house they are typically the most used. For no other reason than that everyone in the home uses the bathroom several times every day. There is a constant traffic flow in and out of the bathroom at any given time, especially if there are children in the home. Solid, European made bathroom vanities are the best options for high traffic solutions! 

Unless you have a master or custom made bathroom, yours is probably just large enough to have a shower/tub combo, a sink and a commode. The same sized bathrooms as the majority of American households. It’s efficient, it’s comfortable, but it’s crowded. Modern Bathroom Vanities come in many sizes, configurations and colors! 

Just because your bathroom is small does not mean that it can’t be a fabulous bathroom! It can still be a room that you can proudly allow visitors and family alike to use. With the right help you can turn it into whatever you want it to be. In other words it can still be a showroom bathroom! A perfect way to do that is with many styles of Bathroom Vanities 

All it takes is a little planning, the proper amenities, and a lot of style!

So, when it’s time to do your bathroom remodeling NJ here are several things about bathroom vanities NJ that you should consider that can help you maximize the space you have to work with.

Large Bathroom Vanities

A large vanity can take up a considerable amount of space in the bathroom. Whether it has multiple drawers and panels for storage or Jack and Jill sinks with a lot of countertop space, the fact is it will take up a large amount of floor space in your small room. You should consider exactly how much storage space you need for the number of people that will be using the room. Don’t forget to allow for the “extra” storage space that all the ladies need.

This size vanity is typically used in larger areas or when multiple people will be sharing the same space, or your lucky enough to be one of those people who have a large bathroom floor plan and are simply looking for a vanity that will take up some of the otherwise unused space.

Mid-sized Bathroom Vanities

If you have some extra space to play with you could contemplate using mid-sized bathroom vanities NJ for your space. There are a wide variety of vanities that are designed to give optimum storage, functionality, and you can still get the look you want. It’s a win-win vanity choice.

This size vanity usually offers some counter to floor storage. Depending upon the design you choose, it could have doors or pull outs that don’t take up a lot of room but still offer a place to hide your personals. This makes it perfect for those smaller private bathrooms.

Small Bathroom Vanities

These can range anywhere from a single door vanity to a standalone sink, such as a pedestal type, or a wall mounted sink. Many people will add a “medicine cabinet” on the wall above the sink to have a storage area without taking up any extra floor space. Small bathroom vanities NJ come in many styles, shapes and colors.

A small vanity is perfect for half bathes, smaller rooms or bathrooms that are dedicated for home visitor that you don’t wish to see your personals. They are efficient, space-saving, yet stylish.

 

Ultimately, the same can be said for the tub and commode that you choose while trying to minimize your bathroom amenities to maximize your space.  Bathroom remodeling NJ is now easier than ever! Our experts can offer a wide variety of anything and everything that you will need to make the bathroom remodeling NJ of your dreams.

Don’t forget to check out what we have to offer on our website, or feel free to call for an appointment to talk to one of our expert consultants and view our bathroom vanities showrooms NJ.

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