Factors to Consider When Budgeting for a Modular Kitchen
There are various variables to consider to improve the appearance of your modular kitchen that may increase the overall cost but are well worth the effort. Here's a rundown of what you should budget for:
Countertops: Elegant granite, adaptable laminate, and stone-based materials such as quartz and soapstone are also available.
Dado Tiles: These add to the backsplash of the kitchen and are available in a variety of materials, including stone, ceramic, and fashionable glass tiles.
Sinks: Select the kind and design that are most suited to your kitchen. Efficient sinks increase the value of your kitchen.
Taps and Faucets: To satisfy your hot and cold water demands, consider pull-out, pull-down, single or double-handle taps, or even motion detection faucets.
Gas Pipelines: Depending on your kitchen style and preferences, choose between steel pipes, corrugated stainless steel pipes, and PVC.
Chimney Ducting and Core Cutting: Ducted chimneys provide improved ventilation, whereas core cutting keeps the chimney ducts outside the home.
WPC Boards/Plywood: These waterproof, termite-resistant boards give longevity to your kitchen, particularly when installed beneath laminated worktops.
Kitchen Appliance Installation: Arrange for the installation of key equipment such as chimneys, hobs, cooktops, ovens, dishwashers, and refrigerators. Check to see if the vendor's quote includes installation expenses.
Remember that while these upgrades may increase the cost of your modular kitchen, they contribute to a long-lasting and well-designed kitchen. Consult a reputable modular kitchen specialist, such as Bespoke Decor, for a smooth and satisfying experience.