How long does a kitchen remodel take?
Typically, a kitchen remodel can take anywhere from six to eight weeks, not including the planning and design phases, however, every kitchen remodel project is different and highly personal. Plans must be customized to each household’s unique needs, whether your objective is to create a functional space for cocktail parties or family dinners. With this in mind, the length of your project may vary based on the complexity of the remodel. Structural changes and floor plan reconfiguring may add time to your project, and if materials, such as custom tile or countertops must be shipped internationally, this may also affect your timeline.
When is the best time to remodel a kitchen?
What does a kitchen renovation cost?
Will a kitchen remodel increase the value of my home?
What’s the difference between renovating and remodeling a bathroom?
Renovating your bathroom is a less invasive makeover. You may replace a sink or bathtub, but your changes are modest. Remodeling occurs when you plan to get rid of virtually everything and start from scratch.
How long does it take to remodel a bathroom from start to finish?
What do I need to do to prepare for my bathroom renovation?
hat type of tile should I use on my bathroom floor and/or shower?
Will DSR Developments help me chose all my materials?
Do I need to have design ideas before I start the renovation process?
You can certainly start by getting a good idea for the type of look and style you want. HOUZZ.com is a great platform to look for ideas and share them with us prior to meeting. If you don’t know yet, that’s okay. Maria Ritz, our Business Operations and Design Manager at DSR can discuss all the designs and options with you.
Is re-glazing a bathtub a good solution to replacing the tub?
Will a bathroom update increase the value of my home?
Can we move the toilet to increase the size/functionality of the space?
Can we turn a single sink vanity into a double sink vanity?
Most definitely. Of course, this is dependent on space availability and budget, as this is getting into plumbing (water supply and drain pipes). Creating a double-sink vanity top generally involves installing all-new vanity cabinets and countertop.
What are the different and best types of water proofing systems?
What is an uncoupling membrane?
An uncoupling membrane is a tile underlay membrane that gets put on top of the subfloor and before tile. A typical tile installation requires a solid floor surface (usually about 1 ¼” thick). The uncoupling membrane allows for the reduction in subfloor thickness making it easier to keep the tile flush with other flooring and reduce transitions. While doing this it solidifies the floor to reduce tile popping and grout cracking, making the installation much stronger, more durable and longer lasting. We now also use this type of membrane in conjunction with our in floor heat wire to keep it in place and secure.