Measuring your space is a critical step in determining your room layout. Here is a simple guide outlining the tools you’ll need, step-by-step instructions and some important tips.
While most designers will field measure your site at some point, having rough dimensions and images available for the initial meetings are helpful in determining the overall scope of the project.
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The main reason homeowners do a kitchen renovation is to update it – but not just for its looks. These days people renovate their kitchens to improve functionality, storage, and more than ever, lifestyle.
A new kitchen is at the top of most people’s renovation wish lists – and with good reason. They’re a central part of the home and they’re huge when it comes to adding value. And they’re not all about looks. When you can improve the functionality of your kitchen you can essentially improve the functionality of your day-to-day life.
By now most of us know that the kitchen is the #1 room in the home when it comes to remodeling return on investment. But we also know that making money on a kitchen renovation isn’t a given. In order to maximize ROI and increase the value of your home you need to be smart about the choices you make.
- Demonstrate Thomasville’s Kitchen Storage Solutions
- Explain how to get the Best Return on Your Kitchen Investment
- Advise you about knowing your Reasons to Renovate
Watch episodes of Scott’s newest hit HGTV Canada show, Buyers Bootcamp as he uses Thomasville Cabinets to turn tired old kitchens into stylish and functional focal points in the home.
Scott McGillivray’s passion lies in educating people to make smart investment and renovation decisions to succeed in the uber-competitive world of real estate.