Embarking on a journey to remodel or renovate any part of your house is an arduous task. The amount of time, money and resources that you invest demand that you go the extra mile and put in that extra bit of effort to make sure that the new design withstands the test of elements and time. It’s not every day that you set about revamping the look of your house.

An average kitchen renovation can cost anywhere from $5000 to $85,000 with a national average of approximately $21,000 depending on the extent of your renovation works. However, when a kitchen goes, the floor is usually the first thing that is replaced because it is one of the largest parts of the room and plays a vital role in the overall ambiance. Although experts recommend doing the demolition work yourself, if you’re not a technical handyman, it is always recommended to contact a professional design studio to handle the matter for you.

To make things easier for you, we’ve picked out a few vital factors that you should not neglect while renovating your kitchen floor.

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1.    Pick the material according to your requirements

There are a variety of options for kitchen floor materials that are suitable for different purposes. Although in terms of looks you might have to consider the overall layout and color scheme of the kitchen, however, in terms of durability and value for money you might have to second guess these choices. For kitchens that see a lot of movement, stone and tiles are the recommended choices. If you’re looking for inexpensive options then cork, plastic laminate and tiles come out on top. Limestone gives an antique look while providing durability but is expensive to maintain since it is porous and requires sealant treatment at least twice a year.

2.    Buy authentic materials after ample research

There are numerous dealers that sell counterfeit materials under the banner of an original product thus depriving you of the chance to get the finish that you were expecting. Furthermore, the life of these materials are short resulting in deterioration and extra costs for replacement taking your budget through the roof. It is therefore recommended to buy materials after sound research or even better; simply follow tip number three!

3.    Contact a design studio to handle the work

It is said that if you think it is expensive to hire a professional, wait till you do it yourself. The argument is simple; a person with years of experience in the field is obviously able to provide you a greater value for money if you compare it to the number of years that the service will last. Once you’ve taken this into consideration, the decision won’t be so hard to make. It is feasible that you put your idea before a design studio and let them work their magic.

4.    Be wary of the waste and dust

A kitchen renovation will mean lots of waste and if you miss out the point to provide proper disposal for them from the start, things will get very difficult for you down the line.

Kitchens are one of the most important spaces of your house and renovating them might be something you hold close to your heart. In order to avoid messing it up, be sure to buy authentic materials after adequate research, planning for appropriate disposal of the waste and contacting a professional service to handle the work for you. Sticking to these tips will surely have its results; you have our word on that!