If you are considering new cabinetry for your kitchen, here are a few suggestions / considerations for ways to minimize the inconvenience of a major kitchen remodeling project:
  • Cover doorways into other rooms with plastic.
  • Pack everything that won't be needed into boxes. This will keep things dust-free.
  • Keep essential items handy, basic food that can be microwaved, condiments, cereal, microwave-safe dishes and utensils, dishcloths, dishwasher soap, paper plates and cups, coffee, coffee pot and sugar/creamer, paper towels, napkins, and garbage bags.
  • You will be without water in the kitchen for a short time. Be prepared to do dishes in another sink or the bathtub for a while.
  • Many contractors will wait until cabinets are completely built before tearing out your current cabinets. Be sure to clarify this point with your contractor.
  • Set up the microwave and refrigerator in another area, along with a table for preparation.
  • Stockpile restaurant coupons for the nights when it will be more practical to eat out.
  • Relax and rely on your kitchen designer. You will have a beautiful kitchen to enjoy when all the dust is gone

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Home Builders Association of Central New Mexico awards

  • Best Kitchen  2001
  • Best Kitchen  2004
  • Best Kitchen  2007
  • Best Kitchen 2007
  • Best Kitchen 2009