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Kitchen Remodeling
Your kitchen is one of the most important areas in your house. More than just a place where meals are prepared, it is a central gathering place for your family. Whether you need more storage and counter space, new appliances or an updated look, we can help you transform your kitchen into a place where you and your family will enjoy spending more time together. What's more, real estate experts tell us that you can expect to recoup 80-90 percent of your kitchen remodeling costs when you sell your home! The design of your new kitchen starts with your imagination, your lifestyle, and the design of your home. Do you want simple or elegant? Are you a gourmet cook or a busy professional who wants to keep mealtimes quick and easy? Do you entertain frequently, or do you value family time? After considering your lifestyle, your personal tastes, structural requirements and budget considerations, Morrell Construction will work with you to design your dream kitchen. Careful planning is essential to creating a space that accommodates the needs of each member of your family. Construction limitations are discussed, measurements are taken and any architectural plans are reviewed in an initial meeting. Preliminary design ideas and appliance preferences are reviewed, and we establish a targeted budget together so that we will be able to prepare an initial estimate that fits these criteria. Next, we work with you to choose materials, colors, cabinetry, countertops, appliances, plumbing fixtures, and other items that relate to your project. As we move through this process, we will address how various options may impact the projected cost of your job. The next step is to begin finalizing a design concept that will best fit your goals. A final quote can then be prepared that includes all of your preferences and choices. Upon final approval, your project will be scheduled for installation and all aspects of material ordering, deliveries and the coordination of all tradesmen will be maintained by Morrell Construction. During the project, we are in constant communication with you so that you remain informed about all aspects of the project, you know when workers will be in your home, and we can answer any questions that arise. We strive to meet or beat your projected completion date throughout this process. Visit our photo gallery to see our recent kitchen remodeling projects and gather ideas for your new kitchen. Key Things to Consider When Planning a Kitchen Remodeling Project Research and Planning Will Help You Create a Kitchen That Fits Your Needs, Personal Style and Budget The details count when remodeling a kitchen. You want to create a kitchen that is both beautiful and useful. Layout, appliance placement and lighting are as important as your choice of countertops, cabinet finishes, wall treatments and flooring. A good contractor can be of valuable assistance in helping you make the many decisions that will be required, and you may want to enlist the help of a kitchen designer as well. Here are just a few things to consider beforehand. What are your goals for your kitchen? Will it be a place for gourmet cooking, entertaining, or simple family meals? Your answers will dictate the layout and style of your kitchen, so consider everything you want to do in your kitchen in advance. Generally speaking, you will want your refrigerator, stove and sink to form a triangle in your kitchen. Include plenty of walking space. 1.What type of countertops do you want? Granite and Silestone (made from natural quartz) are very popular. If your counters will have a backsplash, look at some of the more creative options including hand-painted tile, glass tile or copper. Do you need more counter space on which to work? If so, a kitchen island may be in order. 2.Do you want light or dark wood cabinets, or painted cabinets? What type of fixtures do you want and what color will they be? Often your existing wood cabinets can be refinished. 3.Do you need more storage and organization in your kitchen? If so, your cabinets can be designed with a built-in lazy susan, extra long drawers, a pots and pans organizer, or pull out shelves. Look into these great innovations before settling for standard cabinets and drawers. 4.What about flooring? Wood floors are popular as are slate, stone and tile floors. Cork flooring provides more cushioning for cooks who spend hours standing over the stove. Be sure to understand what type of maintenance is required for your choice of flooring. 5.There is a vast selection of appliances to fit every budget, so leave some time to do some shopping and consider your options. Today's refrigerators, stoves and ovens come with a wide range of special features. The placement of appliances is also important, so be sure to get some expert advice so that when the holidays are here and your kitchen is full of people, the cook still has room to work. 6.You'll also need to plan for electrical outlets based on where you place your appliances. You may have to move outlets or plumbing if you're rearranging your layout. 7.There is also a wide variety of sink and faucet styles to meet both simple and complex needs. Visit a showroom for ideas. Built in water filtration systems, hot water dispensers and different sink layouts are just a few options. 8.Decorative ventilation hoods (stainless steel, copper, etc) and pot and pan racks can add a unique touch. 9.Lighting is important in the kitchen. Under-cabinet lighting is energy efficient and provides a warm glow. Shop for overhead light fixtures that fit the kitchen's style. 10.Do you want a bar area for socializing with the cook or grabbing a snack? A breakfast nook? If space allows these features can add functionality to your kitchen. 11. The timing of your remodeling project is another key consideration. Your kitchen will be marginally useable during the remodel, so you'll want to do it at a time when your family will not have any special events. Good contractors understand this, and will do their best to finish the project on time. Bathroom Remodeling A beautiful, updated bathroom is a great investment. It not only improves the comfort of your home, it can increase its resale value as well. Some experts say that the investment return on an average bathroom remodeling project is 80 to 90 percent! In addition to updating old plumbing and fixtures, your bathroom remodeling project is the perfect chance to add color and creativity to your home. Creative wall finishes, artistic tile and updated basins and fixtures can be combined for a beautiful, one-of-a-kind room. With help from our skilled designers and craftsmen, you can choose a traditional, modern or eclectic look. Because bathrooms are typically the smallest rooms in a house, our clients are pleasantly surprised that they can afford more luxurious choices such as marble and granite floors and designer fixtures. If you are remodeling a small bathroom or a guest bath, we can help you make the most of the space you have through the correct use of lighting, color and design. Older bathrooms can often lack the counter and storage space needed to meet the needs of today's families, so our designers work with you to balance your needs with the structural limitations of the room. Will small children, teenagers or just adults be using the room? Morrell Construction will ensure that your new bathroom meets your unique requirements, personal style and budget. Master Bath Remodeling By remodeling your master bath, you can create a place to relax, rejuvenate and escape from the daily grind. Beyond beautiful design elements, you can incorporate spa elements such as Jacuzzi and decedent soaking tubs, showers that double as steam rooms, towel warmers and heated floors. Today's families are also incorporating the latest technologies such as televisions mounted in mirrors, or stereo systems with shower speakers. With the right design advice, you can have a luxurious master bath even on a budget. Call us to learn more about the many options you have to choose from when designing a custom master bath for your home. Visit our photo gallery to see our recent bathroom remodeling projects. Key Things to Consider in a Bathroom Remodeling Project Bathroom Remodeling Tips for Homeowners 1.Lighting is more important in the bathroom than anyplace else in your home. You need to see yourself well when looking in the mirror, so do your research and consult your contractor about how to achieve a well lighted bathroom. Recessed floodlights are appropriate for general room lighting, but you may need another type of light in the vanity area to combat shadows or harshness. Soft focused or diffused light fixtures over the mirror can diminish the sharp focus of a halogen floodlight. Ideally light fixtures should be mounted at eye level or just above eye level on either side of the mirror. Dimmer switches let you set a relaxing mood at the end of a long day. They also allow you to adjust the light levels for day or night makeup applications. 2.Sinks can be an artistic focal point for your bathroom. The traditional white porcelain basin has given way to a wide range of colorful and elegant options including gemstone, natural stone, copper, stainless steel, and blown glass basins. Faucets come in a wide variety of stunning modern and traditional designs. A pedestal sink may be ideal for a guest bath while an in-counter or above-counter sink may be more practical for your master bath. With so many designs to choose from, you may want to visit a showroom first before making your final decision. 3.Bathtubs come in many shapes and sizes today as well. The traditional rectangular tub is no longer the norm, especially when it comes to master baths. Consider adding mood lights in and around your tub to create a relaxing environment. A tiled tub offers a sense of elegance that a standard tub lacks and will give your whole bathroom a distinctive look. Make sure a whirlpool tub has an adequate depth for a comfortable soak. Finally, make sure your wiring is done per manufacturer's recommendations and is compliant with State Code. 4.Steam showers are a popular trend. With a steam shower, you can enjoy a spa experience at home to reduce stress and relax sore muscles. Steam showers have control panels that can be used to set the steam temperature (90 to 125 degrees) and duration. Your shower can also be designed with a double shower head or stereo speakers. 5.Current shower design is trending toward a more open look, with expansive glass enclosures instead of tile walls. Talk to your contractor about the many tile options including glass tile, an emerging favorite. Some homeowners are opting to combine glass and porcelain tiles to stay within their budgets. Stainless steel and chrome accents are popular as well. 6.Today's bathrooms can be equipped with more than just the traditional bath and sink. Homeowners are experimenting with armoires for storage, music, television, and chaise lounges for reading and relaxing. 7.Design and color choices are limitless in the bath. Natural colors are still popular but many designers are using bold reds, blues and greens as accent colors. If you aren't certain about the design and color in your new bathroom, a professional designer is recommended. An experienced designer can help you avoid color mistakes and make the best choices within your budget. Outdoor Kitchens and Cabanas Americans are spending more time outdoors, cooking and relaxing -- making outdoor kitchens and cabanas a fast growing trend. Spending on backyard enhancements has nearly quadrupled in the last decade. Morrell Construction has been busy helping its clients design inviting outdoor kitchens and cabanas that add style and comfort to their backyards while adding extra space for family and friends to relax and unwind. We offer custom designs built to your specifications, with high-quality workmanship. If you have limited indoor space, entertaining outdoors is the perfect solution -- especially when all of the comforts of home have been brought outdoors! Designed correctly, your outdoor space can be used year round. We work with you on every detail to design an outside entertainment area that fits the way you live and play. From built in BBQ grill, sinks and countertops to a cabana with a fireplace, bar, seating and media – your lifestyle and budget become our top considerations. Importantly, our outdoor experts will create a plan that considers your electric, gas and plumbing requirements; materials that will survive the summer heat and humidity; and the proper positioning of structures to ensure maximum shade and rain protection. Building outside requires specialized experience to create a lasting addition with minimal maintenance in the years to come. In addition, our designers can work with you to seamlessly integrate your outdoor kitchen or cabana with an existing hot tub, swimming pool or wood deck. Outdoor kitchens and cabanas can be simple or elaborate. The price tag can vary widely as well. Morrell Construction starts with your ‘wish list' and budget to propose design options that maximize the value of every dollar spent. Once we have an approved plan, we strive to complete your project as quickly as possible – so that you can begin enjoying your new outdoor kitchen or cabana as soon as possible! Key Things to Consider When Planning an Outdoor Kitchen Outdoor Kitchen Planning Tips An outdoor kitchen helps you maximize the value of your backyard and adds another entertainment room to your home. An outdoor kitchen can have a sink, a refrigerator, a wet bar, and even a fireplace or wood-fired pizza oven. The grill is still the central focus of an outdoor cooking space, but today it is likely to have special features, including side burners, a warming shelf, a roasting spit or a smoker. Here are a few tips for designing an outdoor kitchen. 1. Access from your outdoor kitchen to your indoor kitchen should be easy, since you are likely to be carrying food and supplies between the two areas. 2. Consider the placement of the outdoor kitchen so that you can tap into the house's gas, electrical, and plumbing lines. The cost of running new lines may be high. 3. Lighting should be designed to brighten key activity areas. Low to the ground lighting on pathways increases safety. All lighting should be approved for the outdoors. 4. Countertops are essential! Plan for the different needs you have, such as chopping vegetables, rolling out pizza dough (if you have a pizza oven), and serving cooked food. 5. You may want to add some storage space for grill supplies. 6. Don't skimp on the grill, your outdoor kitchen's centerpiece. While staying within your budget, make certain that you select a quality grill that will last. 7. What other appliances do you wish to have? Options include an under counter refrigerator, a wine cooler, an ice maker, and warming drawers. Make sure all appliances are UL-approved and plug into GFCI outlets. 8. Wood-fired pizza ovens are an exciting trend in outdoor kitchens. These can be built on-site using fire-resistant brick and mortar, or they can be built from a kit that consists of a multi-piece manufactured masonry shell and other materials such as insulation. 9. Talk to your contractor about building your outdoor kitchen with all-weather materials that can be easily cleaned and will hold up in our extreme climate. Stained concrete floors and counters, for instance, are durable, attractive and cost effective by comparison to stone. In dry climates, weather resistant woods like teak and cedar can be used for cabinetry. 10. The layout should let the cook move effortlessly between the grill, counter space and other appliances. Orientation is also important. A house absorbs heat during the day and radiates it back out in the evening, toward your backyard. If you're positioning the kitchen against or near the house, you may want to place it along a north-facing wall, which will be a cooler spot. Place the seating so that you and your guests are not blinded by the setting sun. 11. Be sure to check local building and fire safety codes. Zoning laws may restrict size and location, and fire codes often dictate clearance requirements between an open flame and a combustible surface. You may need to obtain a permit to build. 12. Propane-fired heaters can be added to keep an outdoor dining area comfortable in cooler weather, and outdoor-rated ceiling fans can help keep things cool during the summer months.

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