Behind the Scenes of a Large Kitchen Remodel

Kitchen Remodled by R and R Development San Jose CA

One of R&R Development remodel kitchens featuring the white concept

Kitchen remodeling can be overwhelming for some homeowners, especially those who really have no idea what to expect.  In fact, some homeowners simply avoid kitchen remodels altogether, fearful of the cost and time involved.  This is truly unfortunate because a kitchen remodel does not have to be confusing or difficult to budget for if you know what you are doing or if you have the help of an expert like those at R and R Kitchens, as seen on the web at

How Can I Find Out More Information About Kitchen Remodels?

Knowledge is power, and when you have the help of an expert remodeling firm like R and R Kitchens, you have access to the knowledge that will allow you to make good kitchen remodeling choices.  In fact, we want you to be familiar with every nuance and aspect of the project, so we offer you guided tours of some of our remodeling efforts at

Take a look at one large kitchen remodel located at  Notice that there are four major components to any kitchen remodel:

  • Cabinets.  Cabinets are the backbone of the kitchen.  As non-moveable objects, you want to be sure that you place them so that they are located for optimal use of your space and that you choose high-quality cabinetry that will last a lifetime.  Cabinets will make up a significant portion of most kitchen renovation budgets, so choose them wisely and be sure you have the help of a professional installation expert.
  • Countertops.  Your countertop material, like your cabinets, should be chosen not just with cost but also with durability and appropriateness for use in mind.  While cheaper countertops can be purchased that mimic the look of stone, the real thing will last far longer and add much more value to your home.  However, you may prefer a different surface such as tile or even wood, depending on your preferences and needs.
  • Appliances.  Be sure to choose quality appliances.  Do not go for the latest or flashiest appliances but instead choose those that have high customer satisfaction ratings and low energy use levels.
  • Flooring.  Flooring in a kitchen can be problematic if you choose materials that will not stand up to wear or moisture.  It is okay to use wood flooring in your kitchen, but it must be of high enough quality to withstand kitchen uses.

If you are thinking of a kitchen remodel, do not be frightened by the variety of choices available.  Instead, contact R and R Kitchens today—we will help you choose the best products for your new kitchen!


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