Remodeling your kitchen can be not only time consuming, expensive, and very stressful but it is one of the best investments a homeowner can make. The kitchen is the room many people use the most. You cook, eat, and gather as a family in the kitchen which is why the way your kitchen looks and feels is important. It’s not easy to jump into any remodeling job but with the kitchen being one of the most used rooms in a house the remodeling stage can cause quite an uproar in the routine of a family. Take time to read one of these helpful guides to get your remodeling job going from start to finish and you’ll find that the stressful part of remodeling your kitchen has been made simple.
The Complete Guide to Kitchens: Design, Plan & Install your Dream Kitchen From Cosmetic Facelift to Major Structural Remodeling
By Black and Decker
This book offers it’s readers inspiration and the latest theories of kitchen layouts. You’ll get quick fixes, how to information, and even detailed information on making a kitchen accessible to people with limited physical abilities. You’ll get information on countertops, fixtures, appliances, flooring, lighting and painting just to name a few of the items covered in the book.
Remodeling a Kitchen: Expert Advice on Remodeling a Kitchen from Start to Finish
By Sam Clark
This book helps it’s readers from start to finish. It covers planning the kitchen, detailing the design, cabinets, surfaces, appliances, demolition, and finishing up.
Kitchen Remodeling for Dummies: A Complete, Easy-To-Follow Reference Guide to Remodeling Your Kitchen
By Donald R. Prestly
This book allows it’s readers to learn about the remodeling process, design issues, working with the pros, making a budget, evaluating plumbing, choosing sinks or faucets, and hot trends. Kitchen Remodeling for Dummies shows you how to take any kitchen and shape it into the kitchen of your dreams without spending a fortune.
All of the above books can be purchased at: http://www.contractor-books.com/How-To/Kitchen_Remodeling.htm
Everything and the Kitchen Sink: Remodel Your Kitchen without Losing Your Mind
By Daina Manning and Janice Costa
This books takes a humorous approach to remodeling and allows readers to know exactly what they are in for and how to come out on top of it all.
Tips and Trap for Remodeling Your Kitchen
By R. Dodge Woodson
The description states that this book is a complete overview that covers planning, costs, materials, hiring contractors and subs, code considerations, HVAC issues, cabinets and counters. The author has thirty years experience in the construction and remodeling profession.
Both of the above books can be purchased at www.amazon.com
You may think you have the remodeling job under control but these books will give you the extra help you need to make sure you’ve done everything right in order to enjoy your kitchen for many years to come.
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