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Kitchen Remodeling Contractors Eagle ID

This page provides relevant content and local businesses that can help with your search for information on Kitchen Remodeling Contractors. You will find informative articles about Kitchen Remodeling Contractors, including "Beautiful Kitchen Updates on a Budget". Below you will also find local businesses that may provide the products or services you are looking for. Please scroll down to find the local resources in Eagle, ID that can help answer your questions about Kitchen Remodeling Contractors.

Tree City Woodworking, Inc.
(208) 672-9161
5319 N. Sawyer Ave.
Boise, ID
 
Keilty Remodeling
(208) 378-1168
4678 N Marylebone Pl
Boise, ID
 
Ferguson Bath & Kitchen Gallery
(208) 376-2284
585 N Nola Rd
Meridian, ID
 
Artistic Tile & Granite
(208) 888-3602
508 E Bower St
Meridian, ID
 
C K Rogers Remodeling and Renovation Inc
(208) 376-4878
3910 W Hill Rd Ste 101
Boise, ID
 
Carpenters Remodeling
(208) 853-2480
10152 W State St
Boise, ID
 
American Plumbing
(208) 888-6292
286 N Black Cat Rd
Meridian, ID
 
Ball Construction
(208) 559-6015
5185 W View Dr
Meridian, ID
 
Classic Kitchen Doors
(208) 888-4774
208 E Bower St
Meridian, ID
 
Renaissance Remodeling Company Inc
(208) 384-0591
702 W Idaho St
Boise, ID
 

Beautiful Kitchen Updates on a Budget



Beautiful Kitchen Updates on a Budget
Sat 11/15/08 11:06:24 pm
Repair & Renovation

(ARA) - Today’s kitchen is the new living room. During the past few decades, it’s evolved from a room where we simply prepared and ate our meals, to one where we now hold family discussions, socialize and entertain guests, study or work and even play with the kids.

As the kitchen’s role has grown, so has the price tag that comes along with renovating it. Creating a stylish kitchen has turned into a costly American obsession, with the average remodel costing tens of thousands of dollars. For the majority of us dealing with a slowing economy, a credit crunch and rising gas prices, the idea of a pricey kitchen remodel might not be top-of-mind these days.
 

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That doesn’t mean you have to live with the kitchen you have until the limping economy bounces back. There are some do-it-yourself projects costing $200 or less that can still help transform your current kitchen into a cozy and comfortable haven, sooner rather than later.


Paint

If you have a small budget and want to make a big impact, wall color will do it. For the cost of a few gallons of paint, you can easily change the look and feel of your kitchen. Dutch Boy offers hundreds of today’s hottest colors. Plus, its new Refresh paint with exclusive Arm & Hammer odor-eliminating technology actually removes common household airborne odors, making it ideal for the kitchen.

Hardware
Tired looking cabinets can easily be brought back to life with a coat of primer and paint, and so can dated cabinet hardware. If you’re willing to use a little elbow grease and purchase an inexpensive can of spray paint, you can transform any handle or knob. You don’t have to stick to traditional paint color choices, either. There are a variety of metallic spray paints available such as chrome, copper, brass and satin nickel that mimic the look of these expensive finishes.   Mobile Home Parts Store  

Backsplash
The kitchen backsplash can easily serve as the focal point of a kitchen, if it’s done right.
A contractor’s cost to install an average-sized kitchen backsplash can run upwards of $500 for labor alone. But if you use your creativity and think outside the box when it comes to choosing materials, you can do the entire project for half that cost. Rather than using tile, consider installing pressed tin ceiling tiles. Apply adhesive found at your local home improvement store to the backs of the tiles and simply press them onto the wall behind the stove or...

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