Kitchen renovations are complicated. This is why it takes a decade of full-time work before a professional kitchen designer is ready to work. Below is a test to determine your kitchen design and renovation IQ.
Please answer the following 10 True/False questions. Get 9 or 10 right and you’ll be a kitchen genius and Albert will be proud of you.
- Before taking measurements to order cabinets, the interior of the kitchen must be dismantled and all walls removed. right or wrong?
- Granite and faux quartz countertops can hold hot pans. right or wrong?
- With a ceiling height of 8 feet, the largest wall cabinet you can use is 42 inches high. right or wrong?
- Contractors should provide dimensions to kitchen designers and cabinet distributors. right or wrong?
- Painted cabinets are susceptible to damage from water and chips. For this reason, it’s important to buy more expensive cabinets if you want a painted finish. right or wrong?
- It is important to find a cabinet that is Carb 2 compliant and meets gassing standards. right or wrong?
- For cheaper cabinets, getting US-made cabinets is a worthwhile upgrade. right or wrong?
- To get the best looking door, it is important to install a solid wood door on a slab style stained wood door. right or wrong?
- Before even considering a kitchen remodel, it’s a good idea to stop by a showroom and see what’s available. right or wrong?
- Researching to find a kitchen designer who can make your dreams a reality is always worth the effort. right or wrong?
Are you Albert Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci or Forrest Gump remodeling your kitchen?
Check your score and kitchen design and renovation IQ at the link below.
Paul McAlary is president of Main Line Kitchen Design in Narberth, Pennsylvania. He has been designing award-winning kitchens for his 25 years and can be reached at his email@example.com.
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