When Is It Time For You To Get A New Kitchen?
Hello! I wanted to talk about some of the points you need to look out for when you know it's time for that new kitchen. Now, some of these are not going to be relevant to you, but some of them will resonate deep with you. I'm going to point out a couple of bullet points that will give you an idea on what is happening to your kitchen and why you need to improve it.
Now, the first one is people telling you need a new kitchen. People are always a bit wary when I turn up to their house. They wonder what I'm going to say and what my opinion is going to be of their kitchen. But because of my industry and what I do, I do have to provide my honest opinion. But yes, it's always a telltale sign when someone tells you it's time to update your kitchen.
The second one is outdated colours. Your tiles are out of date, your colours are out of date, your flooring's out of date and/or your worktop's out of date. If this is the case, then it's time to really give it that new lease of life.
The next point could be your hinges are starting to fail. because on a lot of cabinets, when they get to a certain age, the hinges do start to fail. Alternatively, you could start to see the doors not closing properly and are always staying open.
Another reason could be your sink. If you've got a stainless steel sink, after time they can be very scratched from all the knifes and the forks that are always getting dropped into them. They start to get a bit worn as well, alongside the kitchen taps. They tend to start wobbling, the valves start going and then they start to croak because the hard water's starting to take a toll.
In conclusion, there are a lot of elements when it comes to wanting to get that new kitchen and these are just a few I've touched on, and like I say, some will resonate and some won't. But like I say, it just gives you an idea and what to think about when you're looking to get your new kitchen and them telltale signs of your kitchen starting to fail.
Go check them out and I'll speak to you next time!