Beisa's Legacy

Kitchen Remodel

Beisa’s Legacy has experience, innovative ideas and is looking to be the #1 in customer service within our industry. That’s why it’s a good idea to check us out and see why many of our clients are calling us the best general contractor they have worked with.

 

We can provide our experience in construction to help you design a new kitchen that is not only elegant but efficient. Kitchen remodels can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t know where to start. Maybe you are looking to create more space, more cabinet and shelving, or maybe you want to update your kitchen? Using our Design+Build process, our in-house designer can help you decide on every aspect of your new kitchen – from layout to finishes. Beisa’s Legacy is prepared to go the extra mile and do our best to ensure your happiness and confidence with your new kitchen.
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  • FUNCTION
    You want a kitchen that works well for you and your family. The reasons are individual, but may include room for two cooks, a computer station, or a walk-in pantry. Our kitchen designers can work with you to design a kitchen that addresses your needs and complements your lifestyle.

  • INTERACTION
    A newly designed kitchen can increase your interaction with others. When you open up the kitchen to other rooms, like family rooms, you won’t feel isolated when preparing meals. You can be in your kitchen and still be part of the action. A new island can be a comfortable place for late-night chats with teens.

  • SAFETY
    Unfortunately, many household accidents occur in the kitchen. You can upgrade the safety of this much-used room to reduce the risks of accidents and make it as safe as possible. For example, your kitchen designer can discuss layouts with you that will lessen the risk of bumping into others with hot food or water. Countertop heights can be modified to reduce back strain. Green materials can be utilized to improve indoor air quality.

  • STORAGE & ORGANIZATION
    A well-designed kitchen remodel can greatly increase your storage space and ability to keep organized. More importantly, our kitchen designers can incorporate the right mix of storage solutions that are uniquely important to you and your family.

  • ENTERTAINING
    Many people love entertaining, but find that everyone always ends up in their too small kitchen. Sometimes the kitchen is too small and an addition will make a world of difference. Other times the kitchen is just poorly laid out and you can remodel within the existing footprint to achieve your goals. You’ll be excited to entertain and show off your beautiful new kitchen!

  • RESALE
    According to realtors, the kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the house to potential buyers. A beautiful kitchen can often mean the difference between a quick sale and a home that lingers on the market. Remodeling Magazine’s “2007 Cost vs. Value Report” shows that a kitchen remodel can return 86% of it’s cost upon resale. Meanwhile, you get to live in and enjoy a beautiful kitchen while you are there for only 14% of the cost!

  • STYLE
    You enjoy beautiful things and appreciate good design and you want your kitchen to reflect that about you. Our kitchen designers can work with you to identify your style and sort through the extensive array of materials and finishes to design a kitchen that uniquely expresses you.
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The National Kitchen & Bath Association (NKBA) offers the following tips to help homeowners evaluate the current condition of their kitchen and decide if the time is right for a remodel.
  • Adequate Space: Are you satisfied with the amount of counter space, cabinet space and floor space in your kitchen? The position of your refrigerator or shape of your counter may be taking away useful workspace. According to the NKBA Kitchen and Bath Planning Guidelines, when replacing a countertop or changing the shape of your kitchen, keep in mind that a total of 158″ of countertop frontage, 24″ deep with at least 15″ of clearance above, is needed to accommodate all uses, including landing area, preparation/work area and storage.
  • Traffic Flow: If there’s more than one cook in your household, you may want to consider making more room around the main workspace. If you enjoy entertaining, you may want an open plan kitchen that allows for more social interaction between the kitchen and other rooms. According to the NKBA Kitchen Planning Guidelines, the width of a walkway should be at least 36″ and the width of a work aisle should be at least 42″ for one cook and at least 48″ for multiple cooks.
  • Children: Depending on whether or not you have children, and their ages, your kitchen may need to be remodeled. Dated appliances and the design of your kitchen can be hazardous for young kids. If you are in the process of extending your family, you may want more room for cooking larger meals and lower cabinets for easier access to children’s food. Based on the NKBA Kitchen Planning Guidelines, microwave ovens should be installed 3″ below the principal user’s shoulder but no more than 54″ above the floor to avoid accidents. The NKBA also suggests avoiding sharp corners on countertops with kids around.
  • Efficiency: If your appliances are dated, they may be costing you more money than you expect. New technological advances with dishwashers, disposals and refrigerators could save you a considerable amount of money and may be well worth the investment. For example, purchasing a dishwasher with low-energy consumption, delay timer and economy cycle or half-load button will result in saving water and money.
  • Universal Design: Is your kitchen accessible to individuals with disabilities? Will you be able to use your kitchen safely as you get older? Considering these issues is vital in a kitchen remodel. Employing Universal Design techniques in the remodel will help assure that the space is as accessible to or usable by all people, regardless of age, size or physical ability without the need for adaptation or specialized design later on.
  • Location: Thinking about adding a deck to the side or back of your house? Incorporating a door into the layout of your kitchen would be a great convenience for outdoor entertaining. You also may want to rearrange the position of windows to allow more or less sunlight or to watch your children play in the yard. When rearranging the layout of your kitchen, according to the NKBA guidelines, the clear opening of a doorway should be at least 32″ wide, which would require a minimum of 2’10” door. Keep in mind that a cooking surface should never be located under an operable window.
Before you remodel your kitchen, make a checklist of major and minor problems and keep notes of the features you dislike and like the most. When it comes time to sit down with a qualified kitchen and bath designer, they’ll know exactly how to suit your needs, taste and style. For more information about remodeling and the safety of your kitchen, the full list of the NKBA Kitchen and Bath Planning Guidelines or to request a free NKBA Kitchen and Bath Consumer Workbook, and to find a qualified NKBA professional, visit www.nkba.org or call NKBA Customer Service at (800) THE-NKBA.


We have over 20 years of experience in the construction industry, Beisa’s Legacy can help you.

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