The old, worn down kitchen was a detterent to sale or rent of this home. The homeowner had a tight limited budget for renovations that would render appealing results. We rejuvenated the tile countertops by removing the grout and replacing it with fresh, antimicrobial grout and buffing the tile.
He was considering having to replaced the marred oven until we cleaned it by hand. The labor cost was far less than the cost of replacement. The oven is in fine working order.
The formica cabinets had some damaged hinges and the old hardware was worn and discolored. They were all replaced for under $80. The rangehood got a coat of spray paint after degreasing.
Kitchen wallpaper was removed, mold was remediated and electrical outlets were changed. Walls were spackled and repaired where neccessary. The room received a fresh coat of Sherwin Williams "Biscuit" Eggshell finish paint.
Cabinets were hand-scrubbed, primed with a bonding product and enameled for a high shine finish and then the inlay was hand painted to coordinate with the deco tile in the backsplash.
Since the Linoleum floor was not ripped anywhere, the client escaped the expected expense of replacement by having us strip years of wax and dirt, wash and buff it to look like new again.