Yes! Our showroom is open to the public 6 days a week Monday to Saturday. If you would like to discuss your kitchen renovation it is a good idea to call ahead on PH: tel:364-5084 OR 234-4143 to make an appointment, especially if it is a Saturday.
Monday through Friday 9:30 AM to 4;30PM and Saturday 10.00 AM to 2.00 PM
Yes, We conduct site visits and consultations. To schedule, a site visit simply contacts 364-5084.
Using the information from this initial consultation, our design team will produce a quote /estimate designed around the design and your budget.
Kitchen & Flooring Outlet has expert kitchen designers. Designers will work side by side with you to create your dream kitchen. Providing design services is part of our goal to make kitchen remodels easier and better. We believe everyone should have the best layout possible in their new space.
Design costs depend on the size and number of spaces designed. Contact us for pricing.
The next step is to either arrange a site measure with one of our designers, or to provide a measured drawing or sketch from which our designers can create your new layout. Not sure how or what to measure? Take a look at our measuring guide (How do I measure my kitchen? – below) for assistance. Our designers will ask you many questions, as well, to ensure that we stay within your budget and to attain the design esthetic you desire.
We pride ourselves on giving each and every project our full undivided attention to ensure the very best possible design for space. Our expert kitchen designers will produce photo-realistic 3D visuals, & layout plans 360° walkthroughs.
It is helpful if you are prepared with rough measurements, pictures or clippings that inspire you, and photos of any current issues in your current design that you would like to remedy or change. Spend some time thinking about how you want your new space to function for you and what your storage needs are.
If you’d like to find some inspiration, click on any of the social icons in the lower right-hand corner of this page or visit our Gallery menu to see photos, brochures, and videos. The rough measurements should include calling out any plumbing, electrical, or gas connections that will remain, window and door placement, and ceiling height. Detailed measurements will be done later by either our designer or your contractor, but your initial measurements will help us get started on a concept design.
Try to determine the budget for your project. Make a list of changes you would like to see in your renovated space. Carefully consider which appliances you’re are keeping and which ones you will be replacing.
Plan: Take the time to gather inspirational photos, must-have ideas, storage needs, determine your budget, and pick out appliances. Educate yourself on various products available, and get a feel for what ‘your kitchen’ would feel like. Take measurements or get a copy of your design blueprint, if possible. Take a look at our “how to measure your kitchen” guide in the FAQ to help you get started. We’ll help you from here. This phase can be done on your own time, at your own pace.
It is crucial that you come up with a budget wherein you will remain comfortable financially. Designing a kitchen without a budget is an exercise in frustration and futility for all involved.
Your project, be it a new home or a renovation, has only two limitations when you work with Kitchen and Flooring Outlet: your imagination, and your budget.
Setting a realistic budget for a kitchen renovation involves :
The size of the room certainly sets the parameters of the budget; the larger the room, the more cabinets, counters, flooring, etc., will be needed to do the job.
Your choice of materials also affects the budget (ie. quartz counters cost more than granite counters).
The choice of appliances can also affect the budget.
Accessories and cabinet hardware to make a kitchen function better will increase the experience of your new kitchen, but this comes at a cost. Some accessories can only be installed during fabrication and must be planned for in advance, while others can be installed at a later date.
The type of cabinets – themselves can be as decorative as you desire. We have all seen kitchens with large, wall-hung range hood cabinets, turned legs under the counters, mullioned glass doors, and carved bar brackets. All these items, although beautiful, will increase the final cost of your kitchen quickly.
KFO recommendation is to have an idea of how much you want to spend before meeting with a designer. Then, work with your designer to fulfill your dreams within the budget you have set for your project. Remember, a kitchen renovation involves many parts and all parts have to be included in the budget to avoid surprises. Most kitchen remodels need: cabinets, counters, handles, sinks, taps, appliances, plumbing, electrical, painting, flooring, backsplash tile, lighting, trim work, removal, and disposal.
Rely on our designers to help you along with the process. Their knowledge is invaluable. Give them the tools they need and let them surprise you with how easy a new kitchen can be. The more you share with them, the more they can do. We offer many different product options, materials, design levels, and service packages to cater to budgets of all types. A great kitchen does not need to be expensive – it needs to be well planned and perfectly executed.
1- Walls – Measure along all walls corner to corner.
2- Doors– Measure from corner to the outside edge of the door casing. Measure door outside of trim to outside of trim. (if the trim on the door)
3- Window width– Measure from corner to outside edge of the window casing. Measure window outside of trim to outside of trim.
4- Window Height– measure from the floor to the bottom of the window trim. Measure window outside of trim to outside of trim.
5- Ceiling Height– Measure from the floor to the ceiling. If there are bulkheads measure from the floor to the bottom of the bulkhead, the height of the bulkhead and the depth.
With many different materials, the choice of door styles is virtually unlimited. We strive to offer the widest range possible.
By following the trends in the industry and media we bring in new styles as they are introduced, and are constantly ‘playing’ to come up with unique styles we can call our own. We ensure all current styles are represented not just on our website, but in our showroom as well.
Unfortunately, the company does not provide these services. However, electrical appliances can be fitted into relevant spaces as well as lighting, with connections to be made by the client’s third-party electricians and plumbers.
At Kitchen and Flooring, we cater to a wide range of clients. We provide wood options and engineered options such as the following: maple, app -mat or birch wood, and furniture grade plywood. Selection depends on the client’s taste preferences and budget.
We also supply and build our cabinets using modern materials from engineered composite materials such as waterproof polyvinyl cabinets, Melamine cabinets, Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF), and High-Density Fiberboard (HDF ). This has now become an industry standard for painted components, minimizing imperfections in the painted finish.
Granite is a quarried stone from all parts of the world and has been used for centuries. Manufactured stone was developed in the mid-’80s and is a mixture of ground quartz aggregates, pigments, and polymers. Both products have their own unique characteristics and are on display at our showroom.
The kitchen and Flooring has a wide variety of laminate, quartz, granite, and solid surface tops, which are all proudly displayed at our showroom.
Particleboard is a combination of small wood chips, shavings, and adhesives loosely compressed together. It is low in durability, exhibits voids in the wood, and will not support heavy loads.
On the other hand, HDF/MDF, also know as High or Medium Density Fiberboard is an engineered wood comprised of wood fibers bound together with synthetic and formaldehyde-based agents. The dry process method in which HDF/MDF panels are made breaks down the wood particles and reconstitute them into a new panel using tremendous heat, pressure, and binders. Thus, making HDF/MDF more durable, smooth, and compact compared to particleboard.
For these reasons, HDF/MDF has become the preferred material for painted cabinet doors in the cabinet industry.
The kitchen remodels process :
1. Create a design
2. Finalize contract and payment
4. Kitchen Layout
5. Rough electric
6. Rough plumbing
7. Wall preparation
8. Flooring installation
9. Cabinet Frame installation
10. Appliance Installation
11. Countertop template
12. Priming and painting
13. Countertop installation
14. Backsplash installation
15. Finish plumbing – dishwasher, Sink, and faucet installation
16. Appliance installation
17. Accessories and internal installation
18. Door hardware installation
19. Finish electric – Light fixtures, outlets, under cabinets…
20. Touch up items
While the terms are frequently used interchangeably, they’re far from synonymous, and knowing the difference will spare you from a lot of misunderstanding.
Renovating the kitchen means giving it a new look. You might redo the paint, replace the tiling, or reface the cabinets, but every adjustment is relatively superficial. Even if you add some counter space or rearrange the cupboards, the basic structure and functionality of your kitchen stay the same.
When you remodel a kitchen, however, the adjustments are slightly more transformative. Walls might be added/demolished, lights installed or moved, or plumbing reconfigured. At the end of a major remodeling project, it’ll be like you have a brand new kitchen.
Yes, we do.
We realize that a quote is a service. It’s a free service that we provide in the belief that we are able to use our experience in the industry to satisfy your needs and budget which will result in you selecting us to carry out the project.
The health and safety of our team members and their families, as well as our clients and the communities we serve, are of the utmost importance.
We ask every person that enters the building to sanitize their hands at our greeting station. This will allow all team members and patrons to browse and touch our displays with confidence.
We ask visitors to reduce the number of people in their party to either two individuals whenever possible to reduce the number of people in the showroom at one time.
The flow of our showroom has been adjusted to help maintain social distancing.
STAFFING & OPERATIONS
Virtual design appointments are available online so clients can start or keep their projects progressing without leaving the safety of their home
All team members have been trained to reduce the number of touchpoints a client uses while still giving them an opportunity to experience the product
If an employee or someone in their household feels ill in any way, they are advised to notify us immediately, so we can assess that there is no risk to our team members and clients
Thank you for your trust and business. We look forward to serving you.