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Bathrooms and kitchens are the two most popular parts of the home when it comes to renovation. Given the amount of time spent in each section of the house, it is only natural that people want to have more functional, stylish, and convenient kitchen and bathroom layouts. Finding the right contractor for each job is very important because of the special electrical and plumbing requirements for the perfect remodeling project. By getting multiple cost quotes for remodeling projects, you can reduce the price that you pay, and often get better work for your budget.

For kitchens, a general contractor who works with electrical and plumbing trades is essential. Aside from the installation of cabinets, flooring, and countertops, most of today’s kitchen features involve specialized lighting, appliances with a need for balanced power consumption, and windows that let more light in. As anyone with an older home knows, not all appliances can be run at the same time in a kitchen with limits on available power. If you are experiencing dimming lights or a popping circuit breaker during the average cooking project, then the need for a better electrical plan is obvious. Furthermore, if your cabinets can’t fit all of your cookware and kitchen gadgets, then the time for a remodel is sooner rather than later.

Bathrooms are mostly about plumbing, but a plumber is not the only contractor needed for a good bathroom remodel! If you want specialized tile, a whirlpool tub, or better lighting, then a professional bathroom remodeler is the best bet. By finding the best wallpaper or paint for humid applications, tile that can handle heavy daily use, and mirrors that don’t attract spots, you can keep your bathroom beautiful for years. Sinks, tubs, showers, toilets, and bathroom windows all need to complement each other, and many new water conserving models will help reduce your utility bills while still providing the experience people have come to expect. With the right fixtures, shower doors, bathtub styles (including specialized bathtubs for the handicapped) and flooring, your bathroom redesign can turn yesterday’s water closet into tomorrow’s showpiece.

By getting multiple quotes from local RenovationExperts kitchen or bathroom contractors, you can save a good deal of money on your entire project, and you may find that you can afford a much nicer cabinets, appliances, flooring, and tile than you originally expected. Given the amount of time you and your guests spend in these areas of your home, and the increased resale value, kitchens and bathrooms are usually the best invested dollars for any remodeling project.
 
 
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