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skip97 02-27-2008 01:25 PM

Conquering a Kitchen Remodel
 
In preparing to remodel my kitchen myself I talked to friends and neighbors who had done the same thing. I asked them what the hardest part of the job was. The one common thread was the fact that putting the kitchen out of commission for a period of time put a lot of pressure on the homeowner who was doing the job. Faced with that I decided there had to be a better way so I planned out the job so that the kitchen remained usable for essentially the entire period of time. This greatly reduced the pressure and kept the rest of the family happy. There is a short article which outlines the approach which may work for others too.
http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...h_minimal.html

steve1234 02-27-2008 06:24 PM

I just used that as an excuse to build a fancy outdoor kitchen with electrical and running water prior to the indoor kitchen.....:) "Well, honey, we will need to have a place to cook while we build the kitchen of your dreams, right?":yes:

Her response, "hmm, well, yea, I guess"......BBQ GREEN LIGHT.

skip97 02-27-2008 07:54 PM

Great Idea!
 
That's a great idea...why didn't I think of that?!!!


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