Ways to Save on a Kitchen Remodel
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Do you know how many times I’ve stared at my kitchen, wishing it could just change itself? Well, the bad news is that nothing is free. The good news is that you can save on a kitchen remodel, it just takes some thought as to how you will save money doing it. Check out these ways to save on a kitchen remodel.
Don’t move plumbing around
If you get it in your head that you want to move the plumbing around, then think again. Moving plumbing around can cost a ton of money and has the potential to blow your remodel budget.
Know your countertop options
Another aspect to keep in mind, when remodeling your kitchen is to know your countertop options. There are some incredibly expensive countertop options out there, but also some cheap ones. Go through the list of options for countertops and choose one that best fits what you need!
Cheap doesn’t mean bad quality
When it comes to remodeling, you don’t have to spend a ton of money. Your kitchen can be what you make out of it. I have seen people remodel their kitchens for very cheap and they are some of the most beautiful kitchens I have seen.
Saving on kitchen remodel comes down to what you want to spend and what you’re willing to do to save. Saving money on a kitchen remodel is possible if you’re willing to shop around and get the best deal!
Keep your appliances
To be honest, the most expensive thing you will replace in your kitchen is appliances. Make sure you either keep your appliances or buy used. If you absolutely need new appliances, Best Buy has you covered with their special sale.
GE Offer: Free installation on all GE appliance wall ovens 4/5-4/29 (BBY Exclusive)
GE Appliances makes it easy when you’re upgrading your kitchen at Best Buy during the Great American Kitchen Event now through April 26. I have my eye on this stove!!!
True European Convection with Direct Air – Bakes evenly as warm air blows from the top in and around bakeware·
Huge capacity – 5.0 cu. ft. oven capacity so you can cook more dishes at once·
Like many of the GE Appliance wall ovens, this one is also Made In America – 70 to 90% U.S. Content
How do you like to save money on kitchen remodels? Share your tips below!