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Kitchen Remodeling

Miami's Best Kitchen Remodels

Everyone gathers in the kitchen, the most frequently used room of your home. But what if your kitchen is dark and isolates you from others while you are cooking? Or has an awkward or cramped layout that can’t accommodate your family, friends or appliances?

If your kitchen has seen better days, EJD Construction can transform it into one you’ll enjoy for years while working within your budget.

Say good-bye to outdated cabinets, dingy counter space and an inefficient floor plan. Say hello to a beautifully designed, comfortable kitchen that will be the heart of your home for years to come.

Why Choose EJD for Your Kitchen Remodel?​

Scroll through the gallery to see what we’ve built for some of our over 1000 happy clients. We’ve been in business since 2004. As an accredited “A-rated” member of Angie’s List, you can trust us to professionally design and build your new kitchen. We guarantee our work and want to make sure you are satisfied.

Call us today at 305-433-4843 to speak with a kitchen remodeling professional for more information or for a free consultation.

Kitchen Cabinets & Remodels

5 Kitchen Remodeling Tips for the Most Used Space in the Home​

Are you having a hard time performing activities in the kitchen? If you’ve answered yes, then you probably have limited space or a wrong kitchen layout. Your kitchen is one of the most important places where you will spend more time while in the house.

Does your kitchen have limited space? Or is the layout awkward or inefficient? Here are a few tips to help you plan your kitchen makeover.

Make the Most of Your Kitchen Cabinets Remodel​

In many kitchens, the cabinets don’t go all the way to the ceiling. Decorative items placed on top add charm to your kitchen, but you could use that space in a better way.

Simply extend your cabinets to the ceiling. That will give you extra storage space. Sure, it will be high up. But you could use it for items you don’t use often, giving you more space below.

But don’t overdo it. You might want to leave one or more cabinets with the empty space above, just to avoid making your kitchen feel overcrowded. That way you’ll still have space for a few homey touches.

Switch Your Top Mounted Sink to an Undermount​

Top mounted sinks eat up valuable counter space. With an undermount sink you reclaim some of that space, and possibly, can add an extra drawer under the sink. While undermount sinks cost a bit more, adding one is a long-lasting update that will enhance the look and functionality of your kitchen.

Minimize the Number of Doors​

Most kitchens have at least two doors. Often one leads to a sitting room and the other to an exit. Eliminating the door to the outside can create extra space for cabinets or a refrigerator. This is a low-budget solution since it requires few materials.

If you have an alternate exit to the back yard, then this might be a great option for you. If the door to the outside provides natural light, then consider changing it to a window and adding cabinets below.

But before removing the door, make sure you have sufficient exits in case of emergencies.

Make Use of Empty Kitchen Space​

No matter how big your kitchen is, covering all the walls with cabinets will make it feel cramped and crowded. Instead, use some of the wall space for additional storage.

Replace calendars and pictures with utensil racks. Or hang pots, pans or towel racks from the walls. S-shaped hangers will ensure safety and convenience and will be a good investment.


Choosing Space Saving Functional Kitchen Appliances​

How about going for space-saving kitchenware? That is a vital step in kitchen remodeling. Something as simple as stove size can significantly affect space in your kitchen. Consider space-saving sliding doors instead of pull and push ones to save space. A professional will help you to identify the right materials and give you the best kitchen remodel to ensure your operations in the kitchen are effortless. Overdoing the overhaul is a common kitchen remodeling mistake; you don’t want to lose your all-time identity. Keep it as original as you can and spend wisely for necessary changes.

Something as simple as the size of your stove can significantly affect the space in your kitchen. Look into smaller appliances that will take up less space.

Our Kitchen Renovation Professionals Can Help​

A professional can help you identify the right materials and design the right kitchen remodel that will give you efficient work and storage space, while including your own individual touches. A properly made-over kitchen will increase the value of your house. Good planning will help you make a wise investment to get a family-oriented space you’ll enjoy for years to come.

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