AGA Construction, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Kitchen Remodeling’

Where to Cut Costs on a Kitchen Remodel

Monday, September 12th, 2016

When you’re working on a kitchen remodel, the costs start to add up fast. If you don’t have money saved for a professional remodel, we recommend making small changes and saving a kitchen overhaul for later. A DIY project can go wrong fairly easily, and professional contractors will make sure you have a beautiful, professional finished product.

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Consider Your Remodel a Long-Term Investment

Monday, August 15th, 2016

When you’re planning on remodeling your home, you might look for all of the ways you can save money right now. But this isn’t always the best way to think about a remodel. Remodeling a home is a long-term investment. This doesn’t necessarily mean you’re planning on selling anytime soon. But a remodeling job should hold up for a long time to come so that you don’t need to make more renovations in a matter of a few short years.

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Finding the Right Oven and Range Configuration for Your Kitchen

Monday, July 18th, 2016

Remodeling your kitchen means throwing out that old clunky oven and trading it in for a high-tech model that makes things more convenient for you. Or maybe you want two ovens. An extra range? There are so many possibilities to consider. Talk to our remodeling contractors to learn more, and check out a list of popular oven and cooktop arrangement for your new kitchen.

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Top 3 Reasons to Remodel a Kitchen

Monday, June 20th, 2016

Want to remodel your kitchen but not sure if you have a good enough reason to? Here at AGA Construction, Inc., we think it’s important to have a kitchen you love, but we know that the expense can sometimes seem a little extreme. You deserve to have a house that’s functional, efficient, and beautiful, so find out when it’s time for a remodel below.

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Remodeling Your Kitchen But Not Sure Where to Start?

Monday, February 22nd, 2016

You know that you’re tired of that drab old kitchen design, and you’ve decided to put a chunk of change towards getting a brand new look and feel. A quality contractor can help you to get the look you’ve been wanting, but what if you don’t quite have a clear picture in your head?

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6 Trends in Kitchen Design and Remodeling

Monday, January 25th, 2016

You’re ready for a kitchen redesign, but you don’t want to style your new room in a manner that will only be out-of-date in a few short years. Your contractor can help you to learn about kitchen remodeling trends that last through the years, but you should have a good idea of what you want before talking it through with an expert. Here, we offer a few things trending in kitchen remodeling and design this year.

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Remodeling a Small Kitchen to Look Roomy

Monday, December 28th, 2015

For many kitchen remodels, adding on any more square footage is out of the question. The adjoining rooms need all of the space they started with, and a bump-out addition is either too costly or too difficult. In this case, we recommend that you take a few steps to make your kitchen appear to be roomier.

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Common Mistakes to Avoid with Your Kitchen Remodel

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Remodeling your kitchen can give you an excellent return-on-investment, and it can bring you joy for years to come whenever you cook, clean, and entertain in your new space. But without proper planning, your new kitchen may fall short in the end. Avoid these common mistakes when it comes to a kitchen remodel, and talk through your ideas with a local contractor before beginning the process.

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Choose Custom Kitchen Cabinets with Your Remodel

Monday, November 9th, 2015

If you want your new kitchen to be unique, consistent, and convenient to use, you can’t go wrong if you choose to install custom kitchen cabinetry. Working with a local contractor to design and build your kitchen cabinets may take some extra time, but the final design is worth it if you have the means to invest in this important detail.

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