How often have you seen a Nashville kitchen remodeling set-up in a store or online and wished you had something similar? Whether you recreate the entire room or only part of it, there are budget-friendly and eco-conscious elements that will perk up any kitchen and add to its green value.
Cabinet refacing is a simple and popular option for Middle Tennessee home improvements. It uses existing framework to create a newer surface and facade, and often utilizes durable, recycled materials. Installation is also a lot quicker and a lot less messier than gutting a kitchen space, and you don’t have to worry about plumbing, since the existing pipes remain.
Should your Nashville kitchen makeover include cabinets built from scratch, look for recycled glass or paper countertops, or reclaimed butcher block. For the cabinet structures, talk to your remodeling company in Middle Tennessee about using wood that’s Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified.
Built-in shelving, recessed lighting, pull-out bins and shelves, and anything else that maximizes space and allows for more interactive room are additional bonuses. Once your Murfreesboro general contractor knows what kind of layout and design you want for the kitchen, it’ll smoothly come into place.
If you’re concerned about flooring prices when calculating kitchen remodel costs, think about salvaged and reclaimed materials. Alternatively, cork, rubber-cork blend, and linoleum without VOCs (volatile organic compounds) can give you aesthetic appeal, feel good under the feet, and be kind towards the environment and your wallet.
You can arrange for a consultation with Construct-All USA, Inc. from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, Monday through Friday, by calling us at (615) 801-8688, or stopping by our Murfreesboro headquarters located at 1404 West College Street. Together, we’ll develop a plan for your kitchen renovations that fits your time, finances, space, and culinary needs, and reflects your personal style!