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Meredith collects data to deliver the best content, services, and personalized digital ads.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.“I love the new finishes and the added cabinets, but surprisingly the best thing has been the much-larger kitchen sink,” she says.“One side is large enough for my 9-by-13 Pyrex casserole to lay flat. ” “My parents originally purchased the house in 1977; back then, you could never have too much wood paneling,” says Jonathan Religioso of Jersey City, New Jersey.“Nothing looks cheap or flimsy.” The final cost of the remodel was around ,000, including countertops, cabinets and materials. ” says Leung, who encourages others to read the reviews carefully before hiring.“I wouldn’t have found JR Laminators without Angie’s List.” Camilla Walton had the funds, and knew it was time to completely remodel her nearly 40-year-old kitchen in Lenexa, Kansas.
“I don’t think anything had been updated,” Leung says.
I was referred to a home owner who had listed his house for sale earlier this year and the constant feedback on the showings was that the kitchen was hopelessly outdated. The client asked me to come and give him some cost effective ideas that would help get his house sold, since he has been transferred to Georgia and needs to get it sold fairly quickly.
I took a look around his mid-1980’s brick home to see what all needed to be done.
“When we pulled everything out, the insulation dated back to the ‘60s.” Leung says he appreciated the effort company owner Jeff Rodgers put forth in making custom cabinets for the kitchen.
“He did offer to use a manufacturer, but he did an amazing job,” Leung says.
“My parents are welcome to visit from Florida and fry fish anytime in my kitchen,” he says.