If you have recently moved into a new house, you may be thinking about making some changes to better match your personal style. On the other hand, you may be looking to upgrade your current home to better accommodate your modern lifestyle. Whichever situation applies to you, you may be thinking about remodeling or renovating your kitchen. Learn more about each option for help deciding which is best for you by reading on.
Renovating a space is similar to restoring it. Some spaces that may be poorly maintained or outdated are in need of renovating. Renovations can be subtle or drastic, depending on the needs of the space. Renovations can also consist of fixing old structures or replacing old structures with new structures.
Remodeling means to change the structure or form of something. When you are remodeling a space, you are aiming to change its appearance. A remodel takes a space and transforms it into something new, where a renovation consists of repairing or updating a space.
So, if you want to renovate your kitchen, you want to replace out of date appliances, add fresh coats of paint, replace the flooring, fix cupboard hinges, and so on. These changes are more minor and can improve the value of a home.
Meanwhile, if you want to remodel your kitchen, your goal is to change your kitchen to better meet the needs of you or your family. Maybe you want to add an island, remove some cupboards, make room for a larger fridge, replace some drawers, and so on. A remodel is more comprehensive and requires more designing and planning.
Now that you know the differences between remodeling and renovating, you can decide which choice is best for your home. No matter which option you select, Nutter Custom Construction can help. To learn more about our kitchen renovation and remodeling services, contact us at 941-924-1868 today!