Things To Consider

When Planning a New Kitchen or Bath.

How much money do you want to spend?
An average bath is between $8-10,000. An average kitchen is between $15-25,000.

What is your primary reason for remodeling?
Is it more storage, counter-top space etc., or is it that you simply want to update the look?

How do you want to spend your budgeted dollars?
Is granite on your must have list? If so, then you may need to spend less on cabinets just to keep in budget. Is there a gourmet cook in the house making state of the art appliances a necessity, and the cabinets secondary? Do you need one dishwasher or two? Possibly an additional refrigerator in your beverage center? All of these are important questions when considering your project.

What Look Do You Like?

You could show us the styles that interest you by bring pictures along.

A few things that would ease the process are to provide us with room dimensions that also show window and door opening size and placement. Pictures of your current kitchen could be very helpful. For bathroom projects, consider who may be using the bathroom. Taller height cabinets are great for adults but if children will also be in the home then you may want shorter cabinets for their ease of use. Will it be necessary to move any of the plumbing, because this will eat up your budget in a hurry. What about the age of people using the bath? If there will be older users, you might want products, such as grab bars, a higher toilet or a seat in the shower.

The expectations of our customers is extremely important to us. What do they want for their money verses what can they truly afford or what can actually be done with their space.

Some Helpful Terminology When Looking For Cabinets

Dove Tail Drawer – refers to the construction of the drawer pieces where the sides are fitted together like a puzzle and then glued. It is a much stronger construction than a drawer box of pieces that are stapled and glued.

Soft Close Drawers – refers to the newest in drawer glides where the drawer will not slam when closed.

Full Extension Guides – refers to drawers that pull out fully giving you complete access to the drawer.

Frameless Cabinet (also known as European or Full Access Cabinets) – refers to the construction of the cabinet box, where the door is mounted directly on the cabinet box as opposed to being mounted on a face frame. Traditional framed cabinets have a face frame on the front of the cabinet box and the door is mounted to the frame. This is the more common method of cabinet construction.

Stock, Semi-Custom and Custom Cabinets – refers to the different levels of cabinets and varies by price, quality and flexibility.
Stock Cabinets come in standard sizes with a few door styles and colors to choose from.
Semi-Custom Cabinets come in a larger variety of door styles, colors, sizes and offerings. Some modifications can be made.
Custom Cabinets, gives you more latitude to make decisions about what you want your cabinets to look like. It allows you to pick your door style, finish and wood, as well as hardware. These cabinets can be made to your exact specifications.

Let’s get started.

There are many options to choose from, including a range of products from high-end luxury to the more practical yet stylish. One of our designers will work with you on the layout and your “must-have features” so that you get the result you want within your budget. This may take several meetings depending on the complexity of your project.

Below is a collection of links to help you explore and self navigate to your style. When you come in to talk with a designer the more information you have the better.

  1. Do a rough measurement (draw it out): wall heights, wall lengths, window and door placements
  2. Bring in pictures: take some with your phone, cut out of magazines. You could even make a Pinterest board .

Once you come in our design team will help you to determine a few things up front that will guide you through the rest of your project. This is the first step in bringing your dream kitchen or bath to life. Now is the time to consider your budget, the purpose and functionality of your space and a timeline for the completion.

Regardless of the size of your project the Requarth Co. can help your project turn out beautiful. Stop in, call or even  Click Here

Have fun!

Style :
KraftMaid Style Quiz
Houzz.com

Visuals:
Requarth Co.’s Pinterest Page
Requarth Co.’s Facebook Page

KraftMaid Design Styles
Ultracraft Design Styles
GreenField Design Styles
Quality Styles
Mid Continent Design Styles

Layout tools:
Homestyler floorplan Layout Tool

Helpful Information
Installation Checklist
What is Universal Design 

 

The showroom is located in Downtown Dayton across the street from 5/3rd field. The Requarth Co. 447 E Monument Ave. Dayton, OH   Map Phone: 937-224-1141 Or by email: Let’s get started Click Here.

Hours

Monday: 7am – 5pm
Tuesday: 7am – 5pm
Wednesday: 7am – 5pm
Thursday: 7am – 5pm
Friday: 7am – 5pm
Saturday: 7am-2pm
Sunday: Closed
After hours by appointment.

 

Serving Greater Dayton:
Dayton, Kettering, Centerville, Miamisburg, Beavercreek, Bellbrook, Springboro,
Waynesville, Vandalia, Huber Heights, Xenia, Springfield, Yellow Springs
– just to name a few.

The showroom is located in Downtown Dayton across the street from 5/3rd field.
The Requarth Co. 447 E Monument Ave. Dayton, OH   Map
Phone: 937-224-1141

Or by email: Let’s get started Click Here