We all go through the process of ‘hibernating’ through the winter, eventually popping our heads out from under the duvet as March and springtime approaches. Spring cleaning is something that many of us will undertake, dusting away the cobwebs from way back in October when the winter set in. Instead of just cleaning up and dusting things off, why not look at purchasing and having installed a new kitchen with all the ‘bells and whistles?’
It can be a lot cheaper than you think and you don’t have to go to the large, very well-known makers and installers. Smaller, more local companies such as Radiant Kitchens, who are based in Enfield, but venture out when they need to, are one such example. They provide a huge range of kitchens to suit all tastes and styles and they can help you kit out your new kitchen in the most fashionable, yet economical ways.
From sleek looking German kitchens that are fully functional with everything you need to classic Continental kitchens that are sure to add a touch of class to one of the most popular areas of your property, there is something for everyone and every kind of property.
Easy Updates and Useful Gadgets
You don’t have to spend thousands of pounds redoing and refurbishing your entire kitchen either. Rather than taking a gung-ho approach, ripping out what you have and redesigning and refitting a kitchen, why not look at what you already have, which aspects need updating and see what is out there for you?
Over time your work surfaces can become a bit worn and depending on their design; somewhat outdated and in need of an update. There is a huge range of different options for counters ranging from granite and formica to stainless steel and even wood. Consider the different offerings and you might be surprised how far a new counter can go in making your kitchen look like a new room.
Spills, splashes and perhaps the odd slip, the kitchen floor takes a lot and over time, like the countertops may well need replacing and updating. Consider your options and look at what can be found. There are a multitude of options including lino, hardwood and tiled flooring options that can all be supplied and fitted for a fraction of the price you might expect. It is recommended that you avoid carpeted floors in the kitchen as carpet will absorb smells and any splashes are likely to stain. Also, fitting carpet in your kitchen may pose a fire hazard.
Taps and Sinks
Your taps and sinks are possibly the most used parts of your kitchen. You use them to wash the dishes and your hands, fill up jugs and kettles and all else in between. The chances are that whenever you need water, it is the kitchen you go to. Therefore, it is understandable if over time those very same taps and sinks become a bit worn. Instead of taking the easy route and just getting the same as before, consider a ‘hot tap’ from the likes of Quooker. These ingenious inventions not only give you boiling, hot and cold water in seconds, but they are also hugely efficient and could save you some money on your energy bills.
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