How to renovate the most important room in your home

Kitchen renovations are the most popular home upgrade and have an excellent return on investment. As the heart of the home, you want your kitchen to be inviting, functional, and beautiful. You’ll enjoy your new kitchen renovation while you live in the house and can reap the return on investment with the value it can add if you ever decide to sell.

Canova Management in Burnaby is a full-service renovation management company. They can help you add the most value to your kitchen renovation. Here are some tips:

Bright countertops are in

Lighter coloured countertops can help to brighten your kitchen and make it feel bigger. Lighter coloured or white countertops also go well with most kitchen designs and colour schemes. That means you won’t have to change the countertop if you decide to change something else in the kitchen down the road. Plus, future buyers will be attracted to them too if selling in your long-term goal.

Engineer quartz countertops are a great option to go lighter with a stone surface. Because they’re manufactured, you can choose from various colours, shades, and designs. In addition, quartz is attractive, durable, and resistant to heat, scratches, and stains.

Give extra consideration to the cabinets

The kitchen cabinets will make up the most significant portion of your kitchen renovation budget. They’re also the most essential component of the room. You want your cabinets to suit your design taste, provide functional storage, and be durable and long-lasting. The look of your cabinets will play a considerable role in its overall look and feel.

That said, you have some options! You can opt for a complete kitchen cabinet replacement and splurge on value-adding custom cabinets. Or, if you have a smaller budget, consider cabinet refacing or refinishing. Both options can modernize the look of your cabinets and kitchens’ look and are a cost-effective option if your original cabinet boxes are in good shape. Discuss these options with Canova Management. They can help you find the best kitchen cabinet solution for your specific needs and budget.

Maximize your space

Part of designing a functional kitchen is making the most out of the space you’ve got. Kitchen cabinets can be customized to provide accessible storage, helping to clear clutter off countertops. Pantries, glide-out shelving, and pot racks can help you keep organized too.

If you want more cabinet and counter space, consider a kitchen island. Kitchen islands offer both those things and can double as a place to sit, eat, and work with bar stools. If you’re renovating an existing kitchen, your contractor can inspect the space and advise if there is room for a kitchen island. Find inspiration with these kitchen island design ideas.

General Contractors in Burnaby

Canova Construction Management Inc. is a full-service renovation management company based in Burnaby. They specialize in commercial and residential renovations and offer services required for every step of your project. From design, project management, construction through completion, you can trust the professionals at Canova Construction Management to make your dream kitchen a reality.

Contact them today! 

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