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Things To Consider While Planning A Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen renovation incorporates so many things that it can easily overwhelm even the most determined homeowner. A good kitchen remodel instantaneously raises the value of your home and provides you with a more efficient cooking space. So, before beginning the process it is important to have an idea of what you want so you can work within your budget.

Think about why you want to remodel

  • Is it for more storage or cabinet space?
  • More efficiency?
  • Walls to remove for space?
  • Or is your reason purely for aesthetic purposes?

Take time to figure out what you want out of your kitchen, the reason for your renovation could have a big impact on the way it is remodeled.


  • We can help you create a design and plan to fit your budget.
  • The scope of your project will largely determine cost.
  • Structural changes and materials used will also impact overall cost.

Think about quality

  • You want your kitchen to hold up to daily use.
  • Materials to be long lasting.
  • Low maintenance materials.

Plan to live without a kitchen

  • Many kitchen renovations end up leaving you without a kitchen.
  • You could be without a kitchen for up to 3-5 weeks.
  • At McHenry Remodeling, we make the transition during construction seamless and less invasive.

Planning a kitchen remodel is not easy, that’s why it’s very important to hire the right contractor! At McHenry Remodeling we have decades of experience and we’re here to guide you through this challenging process, designing and building your new kitchen!

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