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How to Make the Most of Your Kitchen Remodeling Budget


During a kitchen remodel, the money that you have set aside can quickly disappear without you knowing where you spent it. We don’t want that to happen to you, so we have come up with a few helpful tips that will help stretch your budget to the max.

Here are 5 ways to make the most of your kitchen remodeling budget:

  1. Have a Plan


You may have created your budget, but did you know that you also need a plan of what you want to achieve with your kitchen remodel? It’s true, you must know what you want your kitchen to look like, what needs to be done, and a basic idea of what materials you want to use, long before you get started.


  1. Create a Spreadsheet


A spreadsheet can help you understand where all your money is going during your kitchen remodel, while also showing you how much has been spent already and how much is left. This is an excellent way to see if you are overspending in a certain area and determine if you can cut back in other areas to make up for it.


  1. Always Plan for the Unexpected


We would love to say that everything will go as planned for your kitchen remodel, but we can’t! Something unexpected always happens, which is why we want everyone to plan for it. We always recommend that our clients take twenty percent of their budget and set it aside for these unexpected issues. By doing this in advance, you are ensuring that you do not need to take money from other parts of your remodel to cover the problem. The worst thing that can happen with this scenario is that you have extra money at the end of your remodel to put back into savings or to use for a few of those extras that you couldn’t afford before.


  1. Be Prepared to Eat Out a Little More


Since your kitchen is going to be a mess, you must plan to spend a little extra money on dining out. Yes, you may have a plan in place to use your grill and crockpot, but life happens! You get tired, you get stressed, and you decide that eating out is much easier than trying to cook without a kitchen.


  1. Don’t Add Things at the Last Minute


If you really want to stick to your budget, you can’t add things at the last minute. Every change that you make will cost you more money. Plus, you will be tempted to add even more, which will really break your budget.


These five things will help you make the most of your kitchen remodeling budget, which means that you will not be stressed over whether or not you can have everything you want in this space. We recommend that you try these five things and even come up with a couple on your own, so that you really get the most for your money.





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