More and more people are choosing modular kitchens in Thrissur, Kochi, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, and other cities, over more traditional kitchens.
If you have an old traditional kitchen, and are wondering whether you should go for a remodel or completely rebuild it, we might have some pointers to help you decide.
Here are 3 reasons why we think remodelling your modular kitchen would be a far better way to go, rather than rebuilding it from scratch…
Rebuilds Tend to be Bigger Projects
Compared to remodels, rebuild turn out to be bigger projects. Rebuilding your modular kitchen would usually mean changing the configuration of the space. It would take multiple professionals to help manage every stage of the project, starting right from the design to getting permission to demolish and construct. It would also include hiring a contractor and crew to tear down either all or even part of the property, in addition to a designer and crew to help you rebuild.
You Get to Keep Some Original Details
A remodel allows you to keep the character of your home intact. Even if you decide to change the footprint of certain rooms, such as the kitchen or the living space, you will find that contractors can either reuse materials or even find new materials that match the look and feel of the old ones with a remodel. If you feel attached to the charm, character, and history of your home, a remodel would make more sense for you.
Remodels Save Time
With remodels, you often don’t require meticulously-obtained permits, regulations, inspections, or too much of exterior work. Most newly-made modular kitchens in Thrissur, Trivandrum, Kochi, Ahmedabad, and so on are being remodeled instead of being rebuilt for the very same reason. This way considerably speeds up the project timeline.
While we do think remodelling a kitchen is the better choice, if you are looking to change the very structure of your kitchen, we’d say you rebuild it instead.