Weather and time are your kitchen’s biggest enemies. That’s because they both take their toll on your kitchen’s functionality, efficiency, and overall health.
Regardless of where you live — in a hot climate or a cold one — the weather is always going to affect your home, especially your kitchen. High temperatures and sunlight that is relentless and bright can wear down your kitchen as much as freezing cold and ice buildup. Both can make their way from the outside to the inside through windows, doorways, and even through the floor and ceiling.
Time is another threat to any kitchen. Over time, wear and tear can cause deterioration of counters, cabinets, flooring, and appliances. And changing fashions and trends over time can make any kitchen look outdated and dull.
How often should you renovate your kitchen? While there’s no set number, generally most kitchens are designed to last anywhere from 20 to 30 years. If it’s been longer than that since your kitchen was redone, it may be time to think about upgrading it.
Ignoring problems with your kitchen like leaky windows, bleached-out countertops or walls, or aging appliances isn’t going to make them go away. To protect the value of your home, the efficiency of your kitchen, and the sanity of you and your family, it’s important to address problems like an aging, weatherbeaten kitchen straight on.
Time for a New Kitchen
Time and weather never stop. Your kitchen will forever be subject to weather effects, wear from use, and changes in kitchen trends. If you can’t remember the last time you updated your kitchen, now is the time to start.
Mr. Kitchen has been helping families in South Florida replace their old kitchens with bright, efficient, new ones for many years. Call us today and find out how you can help your kitchen fight back against time and weather.