Kitchen and Bath Renovations

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Kitchen and bath renovations are Wallace Construction’s specialty. A good kitchen and bath design can transform a “dull” house into a home with style and functionality! Not only will they both up the value of your home considerably, you’ll get top grade craftsmanship from William and his crew using only top quality products.
Below are a few before and after kitchen renovations we did. This is to show how we can transform an outdated kitchen into a fresh, updated and inviting space that increases the value of your house so much.

BEFORE & AFTER RENOVATIONS

Kitchen Remodel Considerations

    • Your kitchen square footage

The size of your kitchen will dictate the layout: Is there room for an island? Does space allow for a prep sink? Where can you squeeze in extra storage? Will you knock out a wall or extend the kitchen by adding on to your home? How much space can you conceivably add to your kitchen layout?

    • Existing Layout

Don’t feel married to your kitchen’s existing layout. If you must maintain the windows/doors of your kitchen, you may be locked in to your layout—but there are always ways to modify.

    • Infrastructure

Depending on the age of your kitchen, you might confront electrical or plumbing concerns as you remodel. Work with a knowledgable contractor to ensure that the “guts” of your kitchen can accommodate the technology (appliances, lighting, etc.) that you want installed.

Always keep an open mind at the start of the process. Understand your needs, but recognize the variables that a builder might need to deal with during the process.

    • Lifestyle

How will you use the kitchen? What type of cook are you? How do you entertain? Answer the questions in the Day in the Life of Your Kitchen Questionnaire as you prioritize features for your new kitchen. Solve one problem but preclude a better design that solves five other problems.

    • Budget

Decide where to save and where to splurge. Set a realistic budget. Remember remodeling your kitchen is going to increase the value of your house immensely.

Bath Remodeling Considerations

    • Your bath square footage

The size of your bath will dictate the layout: Is there room for a double vanity? Does space allow for a walk-in shower? Where can you squeeze in extra storage? Will you extend the bath by adding on to your home?

    • Existing Layout

Don’t feel married to your bath’s existing layout. Depending on when the structure was built and what type of upgrades you want and if you want to expand it, will always give way to options.

    • Infrastructure

Depending on the age of your bath, you might confront electrical or/and plumbing concerns as you remodel. Work with a knowledgable contractor to ensure that the “guts” of your bath can accommodate the technology (appliances, lighting, etc.) that you want installed.

Always keep an open mind at the start of the process. Understand your needs, but recognize the variables that a builder might need to deal with during the process. Remember he is the professional.

    • Budget

Decide where to save and where to splurge. Set a realistic budget. Remember renovating your bath is going to increase the value of your home immensely.

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