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10 Pre Kitchen Renovation Questions
What’s the recipe for a Successful Kitchen Reno?
The way you live, the way you cook, the way you entertain all help determine what you want out of your kitchen renovation project. You then need to get an idea of what fits your style, functional needs and budget.
By asking these 10 questions you will have a better understanding of the type of kitchen that you will need for your home -
Q1 - What changes would the rest of the family like? You never know where the best ideas might come from.
Q2 - What major design change or changes could be made to improve your kitchen?
Q3 - How much time do you and your family members spend in the kitchen?
Q4 - How much time do you spend cooking or entertaining and how much space is needed for this?
Q5 - Do you have younger children in your home? Consider cabinet locks, rounded corners, and other safety features.
Q6 - What is the single worst thing about your kitchen?
Q7 - What changes you would like to each of the following:floor, benchtops, cabinetry, storage, appliances & lighting?
Q8 - Is there going to be a focus area of your new kitchen (e.g. breakfast counter or island bench)?
Q9 - Which items or appliances would you prefer to not see or showcase (e.g. microwave or coffee machine)?
Q10 - What is your budget for the project?
HIDC Exhibitor(s) who specialise in this area;