Another week of “sweat equity”, and a little more progress made on this this old farmhouse kitchen! So, Farmhouse Kitchen Execution Phase I left us at the rough inspection (for electrical, plumbing, carpentry, etc). Everything passed inspection, so now we continue on to Farmhouse Kitchen Remodel, Execution Phase II. This is where we start to see the new kitchen design take some shape, as we will be stripping the old floor, installing the cabinets, and more. Phase II will consist of:
Congratulations, we finally made it to Kitchen Remodel: Part 3 – Execution, so now it’s time to get our hands dirty!
I know…the last two steps included a lot of planning details and information to digest, but successful projects require detailed planning to set the stage for success. Think of it as risk management. How much risk are you willing to assume? Its all about the details, and the planning time spent up front will now pave the way for a smooth execution! So stick with me, because the fun is about to start!
Grab your gloves, tools, and your mask..because the dust is about to fly! Lets get to work on demolition of this old kitchen!
Let’s face it, if you own a home, especially an old one, you are no stranger to home projects, remodeling, and restoration…both large and small.
Back in my previous technical blog we touched on drafting a whole house rehab plan (after initial home inspection), and the proper order to start remodeling (outside to inside, etc), but how do you break that large set of projects down into small, manageable chunks that you can slowly start chipping away at?