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6 Key Reasons to Renovate Your Kitchen

Updated: Sep 13, 2023


As homeowners, we're always looking for ways to improve something. And since the kitchen is one of the most important spaces we have, why not make it the best it can be?


Think of all the time we spend in the kitchen throughout the day - not only do we cook our food there, but the kitchen serves as a meeting space and hangout spot, a quasi-office (have you ever seen a family's fridge calendar?), and much more.


So when it comes to making home renovations, no doubt the kitchen should be near the top of the list. But if you're still wondering about it, here are six reasons to consider renovating your home's kitchen and transforming it into a functional, aesthetically pleasing, and modern space through a kitchen contractor like Marks Building Co.


Modernize Your Kitchen


Has your style changed over the years? When was the last time your kitchen was actually remodeled? Focusing on your kitchen's look and feel can completely transform your home, giving it a more modern vibe that enhances other aspects of your home as well. If you're planning on being in your home for the long haul, modernizing your kitchen goes a long way to making that possible.


We Handle the Entire Project From Start to Finish


Whether it's the kids' schedules or work keeping you busy, you don't have time to manage a renovating project as robust as a kitchen remodel. You need to hire a team you can trust to get the job done right, paying attention to even the smallest details, and handling the entire project from start to finish. With more than 35 years of experience remodeling kitchens in Northeast Ohio, Marks Building Co. can be that team for you and your family. We'll sit down with you to learn about your dream kitchen and what it'll take to get there. Once we have a plan in place that works within your budget, we'll get to work on making that dream kitchen a reality.


Accommodate Your Growing Family


Does your kitchen's original design no longer accommodate your growing family? A renovated kitchen can do wonders for your family's needs (especially when it comes to giving yourself more space; by the way, have you considered a kitchen island?), and our work in altering your kitchen's layout will maximize space, incorporate safety features if necessary, and ultimately help your family manage its busy schedule.


Address Any Aging-in-Place Concerns You Have


Are you planning to live in your home as long as you possibly can? Renovating your kitchen can go a long way to ensuring you're able to do that. Marks Building Co. is able to accommodate any aging-in-place additions to your kitchen that will one day make your life easier; this includes additional, more accessible lighting, eliminating narrow spaces, installing no-slip floors, removing sharp edges, lowering countertops, providing better (and more accessible) storage options, and more.


Increase the Value of Your Home


Though there is plenty of debate on the topic, renovating your kitchen can certainly increase the overall value of your home. After all, the kitchen is arguably the most important room in the house, and a fully renovated kitchen is an incredibly enticing aspect of a home to prospective buyers.


Improve Sustainability and Save on Utilities


When Marks Building Co. updates a kitchen, we utilize energy-efficient lighting and appliances, and if you dream kitchen incorporates as many eco-friendly materials as possible, we'll make that happen. We pride ourselves on being an eco-friendly contractor, especially when it comes to building sustainable kitchens.


Thinking About Renovating Your Kitchen? Contact Marks Building Co. Today!


If you're in the market for a newly renovated kitchen, our team would love to talk with you. Talking with prospective customers about their dream projects excites and motivates us to no end; this is the stuff we love doing and getting you excited for it as well means the world to us. If you're looking to renovate your kitchen, reach out to our team today.





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