4 Kitchen Improvements Every Homeowner Should Make
Kitchen upgrades can occasionally be more trouble than they’re worth. This is especially true if you take on a complete remodel. However, minor kitchen upgrades are among the improvements that are most likely to pay off via resale cost (while ensuring the comfort of homeowners).
Fortunately, many of these upgrades aren’t as complicated or expensive as you might think. Some that offer the most benefit with the least amount of effort include the following:
Redoing the Cabinets
Cabinets can make or break your kitchen’s look simply because they take up so much space. Repainting or replacing them can make a big difference in aesthetics. Even switching out the hardware can offer a much-needed metal makeover.
Of course, redoing the cabinets is practical, too. You might want to add more shelves, a pullout trash can, or a lazy Susan for when you’re hard at work making dinner.
An outdated or poor functioning appliance is one of the most common reasons for a kitchen upgrade; no one wants a dishwasher that doesn’t wash the dishes or a refrigerator that can’t keep its cool.
But just because you’re in the market for a replacement doesn’t mean you need to break the bank. Keep value in mind in order to get the most return on your investment. In other words, hi-tech smart appliances aren’t always the wisest choices.
Adding a Workstation
The COVID pandemic changed the workforce, with more people now permanently telecommuting on a part-time or full-time basis (a trend that is very likely to last). This merging of home and office makes a workstation a useful addition to your kitchen.
While many people opt to conduct business from a den or spare room, a kitchen workstation is more conducive to multitasking. It allows you to hop on a Zoom meeting while you’re putting away groceries or watch a webinar while making a casserole.
Installing an Under-Sink Water Filter
An under-sink water filtration system comes with several benefits. For starters, it’s a cost-effective way to improve the water supply without taking up extra space. It’s discreet as well; you can only see it when your cabinet door is open.
A filter also improves the taste of the water while removing impurities, chemicals, and contaminants that aren’t good for you or your family. This enhances well-being and eases worries.
If your house could use a little TLC, consider one of the above. From offering practical perks to harboring health, even a minor kitchen upgrade can make a major difference.
Regardless of what you’re in the market for, we can help. Vita Filters merges water purification with peace of mind. Contact us today to learn how we bring maximum contaminant removal and healthier, cleaner water straight to your front door.