Designing a modular kitchen with an installer service: How it all works!

Congratulations- You are ready to upgrade your kitchen! Every home is unique, and so is the kitchen. Your kitchen needs to be stylish and pleasing to the eyes, but function & features play a dominant role in the design. One of the foremost steps is to hire an installation service that can take care of all the relevant aspects of the project. In this post, let’s discuss how it works and how you can get a kitchen design that’s functional and aesthetically likeable at the same time.

How does the design process work?

Finalizing the design is the first step in creating a modular kitchen. Most installation services will send in their design team and interior experts, to check your home, so as to decode and find the best solutions. They will also ask you about the design ideas you like and if there are any special requirements, with regards to storage. Once you have agreed to a layout and price, the company will offer a fair estimate, which will enlist all the costs, with phases in the construction process. Your modular kitchen has to be about what you like, so expect tailored assistance on all things.

Reviewing and paying for the estimate

The process of designing a modular kitchen is a long one. Almost all companies will ask for an advance payment, which will include the cost of civil work, mechanical, electrical & plumbing work, POP tasks, materials and painting. If you have ordered for fittings, appliances, and other things, the costs will add up accordingly. At the least, you can expect to make a payment of 40-50% initially, after which you can pay as per schedule. Don’t select an installation service, simply because you liked the price. Experience, expertise and range of services offered are pointers to think about.

How to reduce costs of a modular kitchen?

A modular kitchen is about style and function, but you need to be smart about the investment. Engineered wood may have higher upfront costs compared to plywood, and yet, it works better in the long run and requires minimal maintenance. A good way to curtail costs is by paying for what you really need. Go for quality materials, but as per your needs, get away with the need for expensive finishes and elements like a kitchen island.

Final word

There’s no denying that modular kitchens are better in many ways than standard kitchens, and no matter how small your kitchen may be, there is a layout or design that will fit in. Check all the relevant details, review estimates and think of this as an investment for at least the next decade. You wouldn’t mind paying more for the right mix of features.

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