Expand Your Kitchen’s Electrical Capacity

Kitchen Electrical CapacityKitchens that were built more than 20 or 30 years ago typically don’t have enough electrical outlets. That’s because many of the modern, convenient kitchen appliances of today hadn’t been invented when your kitchen originally was built.

But a kitchen renovation lets you improve not only the look and efficiency of your kitchen but its electrical capacity as well. When you put in a new kitchen, you can double or even triple the number of outlets, lighting fixtures, and electrical capacity of your kitchen to bring it into the modern age.

New Sensations

Most kitchen renovations begin by taking your current kitchen space down to the bare stud walls. During this demolition process, all the electrical junction boxes, wiring, and conduits that usually are hidden behind walls are temporarily exposed to the open air.

By bringing an electrician in for just a single day or two at exactly the right time, the number and capacity of your kitchen’s electrical features can be increased dramatically. Then, when your newly renovated kitchen is finished it can facilitate today’s bigger, more powerful appliances as well as have plenty of electrical outlets and more light and power capacity for decades of future growth.

At Mr. Kitchen, we work with some of the region’s finest electricians who can upgrade your electrical while your kitchen is being renovated.

Powerful New Kitchen

One of the most common reactions people have when they finally see their new kitchens is how bright it is. Some of that has to do with the more efficient use of natural light. But a lot of it is also due to having more lighting fixtures, including under-counter lighting, that significantly increases the brightness of your working kitchen space.

If you are treating yourself to a new kitchen, give yourself the gift of bigger, brighter, and better electrical capacity at the same time.


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