Remodeling your kitchen or bath is an exciting time for you and your entire family. No matter how well the final floor plans are, quality work and craftsmanship of your Las Vegas bath & kitchen remodel contractor will be what matters most at the end of the project. After the design is finalized and you have decided on all selections of cabinetry, appliances, countertops, lighting and flooring, it’s time for your new kitchen renovation to start. That’s when the experienced craftsmen at Element Cabinet design begin the process of permit finalization, demolition, framing, plumbing, electric work, drywall and finishing, cabinet installation, tile setting, floor laying, trim carpentry, painting and any other trades that may be required to complete your dream home remodel.
Here at Element Cabinet Design, we are proud of our work and you will be too. You can rest assured that your kitchen or bath home remodeling project is in safe and capable hands from start to finish. Our craftsmen follow an six step process.
For the month of December we will be outlining this process for you to utilize for your new home remodeling project in 2020.
Step 3 – Demolition And Clean Prep
Often times people overlook that kitchen and bath remodeling would be hazardous but it is certainly not safe for your children, and you could get hurt as well. Throughout our work we expose wires, remove floor covering and sub floors, and expose stud walls that have protruding wires and nails, all of which are potentially dangerous. Additionally, though we try to limit dust and other particulates, the work can get messy. To maintain as clean an environment as we can, we install dust barriers at all the doors accessing the kitchen and install floor protection wherever we have to pass over flooring that is not being replaced.
Our professional and courteous staff will do everything in our power to make sure your remodeling environment remains safe and clean.
In the first few days of your kitchen remodel we disconnect all the water, gas and electrical lines going to existing sinks, ranges, receptacles and lights. We remove all the old kitchen cabinets, appliances, countertops, lights and floor coverings – you may consider to donating these items to a local charity.
One of the most critical steps of the kitchen and bath remodeling remodeling process is the squaring of the room. Of course, if the Kitchen or bath remodel is just one part of a larger project, this step is much more complicated and all the more important to the project.
Once the remodeled space is laid out and cleaned up for construction, its time for our next step – Step 4 – Rough Construction