Your Guide to Kitchen Cabinet Refacing
A Contractor in Your Kitchenby Sue Booth
Face Your Kitchen Columnist
Updating your kitchen will likely increase your property value. If a kitchen renovation is in your future, you should hire a certified professional contractor to do the job for you. Read on to find the best ways to go about finding a reputable kitchen-remodeling contractor.
Why a Contractor?Many people think that taking on home renovation projects will save them money. Unless you're a seasoned pro, hiring a contractor will likely save you time and money in the long run--not to mention aggravation and sore muscles.
Tips for Finding the Best ContractorHere are some things to think about before hiring a kitchen contractor:
Educate yourself before you make a commitment. Talk to the contractor's former clients and ask for references. The kitchen is a focal point in your home; choose a reliable contractor, and make sure your kitchen renovation is done right.
About the Author
Sue Booth is a freelance writer and a former product analyst for Good Housekeeping magazine. She holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.