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Kitchen Remodeling: A Survival Guide

Remodeling your kitchen can be both a delightful and daunting task to take on. Being prepared for having the central hub of your home out of commission for a couple weeks is going to be the key component to surviving your kitchen remodel. Throughout your kitchen remodeling from Promax, the kitchen will not be open for daily use. It’s going to be quite the hassle not having the kitchen in full working order, but trust us, once you have your brand new kitchen, the hassle will have been well worth the trouble. Here’s a quick rundown of some things to think about for your next kitchen remodel… Just because you can’t use the kitchen for a bit doesn’t mean you’re going to stop preparing meals and eating. In order to minimize the effects of not being able to use the kitchen, you’ll have to set aside another room in the house to be your new kitchen area. Make sure the space you choose has access to a sink, such as a laundry room or large bathroom. A sink will be extremely important for washing food before consumption and cleaning dishes afterwards. In the room, set up some kitchen essentials like a microwave, toaster, blender, or other appliances necessary to your lifestyle. Try to procure easy-to-prepare meals that don’t require a large oven or several pots and pans. Having a refrigerator handy is an important part of making the transition go smoothly. You’ll definitely need a place to store the easily prepared meals and anything you don’t want to spoil. If you don’t have the wherewithal to move an entire fridge, consider getting your hands on a small “dorm-sized” fridge that can fit in any room. Remember to take these steps before your kitchen remodel begins and leave the hard work to the professionals at We provide several great services for our clients and can’t wait to get started on your kitchen, basement, or bathroom remodel. Contact Promax Contracting today at (314) 770-0700 and let us help make your dream home a reality.