Five reasons to remodel your kitchen
Five reasons to remodel your kitchen

Five reasons to remodel your kitchen

A kitchen remodel is extremely difficult and can make you crazy in the process. It is especially hard on people who are living in their home while they remodel their kitchen. You won’t be able to use anything in your kitchen while in the process, and it could take months depending on how extensive of a remodel you are doing. Why, then, would people go through the effort of completely remodeling a kitchen instead of just putting on baseboard heaters covers to modernize? Well, here are five reasons you may consider remodeling your kitchen.

  • Increase sale value
    Selling a house is a lot of work, but you can make it go a lot of faster by remodeling your kitchen ahead of time. Even if you aren’t planning to sell for a couple of years, you might want to get your kitchen remodel in now. According to The Tennessean, home buyers value a new kitchen a lot. In fact, seven out of every ten home buyers that bought a home that did not have a remodeled kitchen said they would be willing to have paid more for the home if things had been remodeled. They would have been willing to pay $1,840 more on average for their home. On top of that, 57 percent of realtors said they have asked clients to do a kitchen remodel before selling because it does add so much value and appeal. Most people don’t want to get into a home where they feel there is a big project ahead of them. They’d rather get into something that is already finished or doesn’t have too much work left to do, especially on the kitchen.
  • New home
    Do you have a new home you just bought? Over half of all home buyers remodel something in the home as soon as they move in, and kitchen remodels are one of the most common projects. One of the reasons people will remodel as soon as they buy a home is because they can usually remain in temporary housing during the housing project, so they don’t have to stress as much about having a place to cook while the project is happening.
  • Replacing worn-out surfaces and hardware
    Eventually, older laminate surfaces start to fade or sometimes stone surfaces can even crack. You may even have hardware falling off your cabinets. Whatever the case, sometimes you start a kitchen remodeling project simply because you need to replace some stuff that is wearing out.
  • Modernization
    One of the top reasons homeowners get around to working on their kitchens is that they want to modernize. If you are living with an older kitchen, you may just be sick of looking at the old-school cabinets or want a better countertop. Doing this will make you feel happier in your home and more likely to invite people over for house parties.
  • House flipping 
    If you are trying to make money off your home purchase, one of the best ways to do that is to buy an older home that needs updating and do minimal updates to make the home more appealing to future buyers. Since most people consider bathrooms and the kitchen the most important part of the home, updating the kitchen will be the best thing you can do increase your payout at the end of the day. In fact, you could leave the rest of the house needing to get fixed up, and you’ll still get a much higher price for the home by simply updating the kitchen. It is very important to buyers.

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Measure Your Baseboard Heaters

How to measure baseboard heaters:

Step 1

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 2 

Always measure left to right, and twice for accuracy

Step 3


Based on how your heater is configured,

choose an option below to expand and view

specific hot water baseboard heater measurement templates.

[+] Option 1: Straight Heater Configuration
[+] Option 2: L-Shape and U-Shape Configuration
[+] Option 3: 45 Degrees, Z-Shape Configuration


Now that you’ve learned how to measure baseboard heaters,

you’re ready to order.