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List of Tips in Surviving a Kitchen Remodeling in Malden

plumbers for kitchen remodeling in MaldenYou finally have a design in mind and a budget to spare. You have already signed a job contract with your plumbing contractor. This is it! You’re finally getting the new kitchen look that you like! As early as the first day of this project, you will realize how important your kitchen is in your life. More than the mess, it’s the loss of space that you will be more concerned about. How do you prepare a meal for the family without the kitchen while construction is going on? So, read the rest of this article and get to know about a few survival tips while you undergo your kitchen remodeling in Malden.

Set-up a temporary kitchen while having a kitchen remodeling in Malden

Eating out or taking out food from restaurants are typically the quickest solutions for a “kitchenless” homeowner. Yes, it could work… for a few days. For sure, you will get tired of eating restaurant food and would crave for something home-cooked. Besides, if you’re feeding a family of five or more you’ll be spending a big chunk of your hard-earned money. The best thing to do is to set up a temporary kitchen while waiting for your kitchen remodeling project to finish.

Your temporary kitchen need not have all the kitchen appliances you have been used to. You will just need your small kitchen appliances such as the microwave oven, coffee maker, toaster oven, and your refrigerator.  If the weather is good, opt to have a barbecue outdoors.

Now, if you want to avoid washing dishes, buy disposable paper plates and cups for the meantime. Another option is to ask your plumbing contractor to set you up with a makeshift sink.

Lastly, you will need a table as your temporary countertop. A picnic table or a folding plastic table will do for the meantime.

A kitchen remodeling project cannot be done overnight

A kitchen remodeling done over the weekend happens only in TV shows. Cabinets normally get finished within 8 to 10 weeks. The only time that the contractors can measure and install countertops is after the cabinets have been set up. Producing the countertops takes around 10 days.

To avoid stress and misunderstanding between your plumbing contractor, ask them to give you a schedule. In addition, you have to make it clear in the contract that they should follow the schedule. Do not let them demolish your kitchen before the arrival of all needed materials such as the cabinets, faucet, sink, tiles and lighting fixtures. Everything should be ready for installation before your kitchen is torn apart.

Be sure to hire reliable plumbers for the job

Plumbers 911 assures clients that only the best licensed Malden plumbers of Malden are sent to your home. These plumbing experts have at least 10,000 hours of training and experience to their name. Call them today at (855) 550-9911 to ask for a free quote and to schedule an appointment.

 

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