It’s said that a great kitchen is what sells a home. When you think about how often you’re in the kitchen, that makes a lot of sense! You use the kitchen multiple times per day to cook and prepare meals, do dishes, and so much more. It also acts as a central meeting place for many families to spend time together. Any guests that enter your home are likely to at least walk through the kitchen too. All of those factors mean one thing – it’s important to have a kitchen that you love! If you’re considering a kitchen remodel but aren’t sure if you actually need it yet, let’s discuss the recommended timeline from design experts.
Experts recommend remodeling your kitchen every 10 years or so. It’s reasonable to expect your design tastes and functional needs to be different now from what they were 10 or 15 years ago. Not every remodel has to be a total gut job either. If the counters or flooring you have still work and fit with your new remodeling plans, they can stay as-is! Kitchen remodels are extremely personal to the home, budget, and functional needs of the family.
Saying every 10 to 15 years is a good timeline to remodel your kitchen sounds nice, but there’s got to be more to it than just the amount of years passed, right? There are plenty of tell-tale signs that you’ve outgrown your current kitchen and need to start planning a remodel. Some of the most common warning signs include:
If you’d like to learn more about your options for remodeling the kitchen, contact Michael Morse Construction Co today! From small updates to a new kitchen, our team has the tools and knowledge to bring your kitchen into the modern era once again.