We’re remodeling our home ~ how much should be done in the kitchen?
Posted by Allison Simson on Monday, June 15, 2009 at 12:00 AM By Allison Simson / June 15, 2009 Comment
Question: We’re remodeling our home and are in need of suggestions as to how much to do in the kitchen. Do you have any sources?
Answer: While planning to remodel her kitchen, Elizabeth Grudzinski writes in a special to the Miami Herald that she went online in search of related sites after visiting kitchen centers, looking through magazines, and calling architects, contractors, and designers. Because she still needed to make decisions about products such as cabinets and countertops, Grudzinski found the large number of kitchen remodeling sites on the Internet to be very helpful. "At its best, the Net will educate and help you make intelligent choices," writes Grudzinski. "Running from store to store is eliminated and you'll get a detailed picture of products in the market." Among the Web sites Grudzinski visited while remodeling her home were the Dacor site (www.dacor-appl.com), Trimline Design Center (www.trimlinedesign.com), and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (www.nkba.org). ÓInformation Inc. 2009
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