The most important thing you can do during a remodeling project, other than write checks, is treat your remodeler well. “The perfect clients are easy to get along with, honest, and have an appreciation for what we do.
Making product selections early can prevent delays later. Proper planning can also help keep you on budget. “You’ll end up making the same decisions, but you’ll know what they’re going to be and what they’re going to cost ahead of time, explains Rafael Bochenko from BGI Construction.
Paths throughout a kitchen should be at least 36 inches wide. Paths within the cooking zone should be 42 inches wide for a one-cook kitchen and 48 inches wide for a two-cook configuration. When planning, adjust kitchen islands and peninsulas accordingly.