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Depending on your level of carpentry skills and how many home improvement projects you do, you may already own some of the tools in this list. Not all items will be needed but many will be helpful depending if you are working alone or have assistance.
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PLAN FOR SOMETHING BETTER.
Modern design and modern elements are emerging on the scene like never before, whether it is in color, furniture or decor; it is here to stay. However, when it comes to the kitchen most people are not sure about where to start. Let's dive into what I think makes a kitchen modern.Read more...
When you’re renovating your kitchen as a DIY project or whether hiring a contractor, it is both beneficial and educational to take your own measurements. However, measuring for kitchen cabinets isn’t necessarily an easy task. It’s imperative to record center points for appliances, gas lines, and plumbing. Door openings and other obstacles. Follow the next four steps to measuring for your kitchen cabinets.Read more...
What is the difference between framed and frameless cabinetry?
10x10 Kitchen: Exist or Not?
Everywhere we look we see pricing for a “10x10 kitchen”. The question is, what is a 10x10 kitchen? Do these kitchens exist in real life design? Unfortunately, the answer is not straight forward, because every retailer has their own opinion of what cabinets make up a 10x10 kitchen.
Unsure if you should hire a professional for your kitchen remodel? Prime Cabinetry wants to help steer you in the right direction for your particular project. Every remodel is different. You can replace or move just about anything in your space, but the key is understanding what you can do on your own and what will need a professional's expertise to complete.
Granite and quartz are among the most used countertop surfaces in kitchens and baths to date. But how do you choose which surface to apply to cabinets? Granite is familiar with most people because it is saturating the marketplace. However quartz has gained such a strong popularity because of its color versatility and function, it may eventually catch up to granite.
If you don’t have a place for it, let’s find one!