As more people are encouraged to stay and work from home, experts have noted a sudden spike in electrical consumption. Analysts suggest that homeowners take proactive measures to limit their carbon footprint while still practicing social distancing. To address this, Indy Home Design Center announces its latest informational program on kitchen remodeling.
More details can be found at https://indyhomedesigncenter.com/2020/12/22/lets-remodel-your-kitchen
The new awareness campaign talks about the importance of updating one’s kitchen appliances. Not only does this lessen energy costs, but it augments sustainability as homeowners are assured of having only the best equipment in their kitchens. Newer, more modern furniture are also typically more space-efficient, and can potentially help clean and declutter a space.
Recent studies prove that older equipment press a larger carbon footprint on the planet. For example, a 20-year-old refrigerator could use around 1,700 kWh of electricity every year, compared to 450 kWh for a new, similar-sized model. Financially speaking, this could result in a savings of around $150 per year.
Still, homeowners need a strategic plan of action before they decide on a kitchen remodel. According to Indy Home Design Center, mapping one’s scope of work is the first thing that a family should consider before hiring any contractor. Further details can be found at https://indyhomedesigncenter.com/2020/12/22/mapping-your-kitchen-remodel-scope-of-work
A good rule of thumb is to replace appliances that are more than 10 years old. After that, homeowners can also consider a complete makeover, including refurbishing cabinets and replacing other furniture as necessary. The goal of kitchen remodeling is to enhance comfort and safety, which has the cumulative effect of increasing the value of one’s home.
Indy Home Design Center also offers high-quality cabinets that are 30-40% off big box store prices and custom design kitchen services.
A spokesperson for the company said, “Home is where we go for comfort, rest, assurance, and inspiration. So, our team offers individual guidance to help families create interiors centered around the people inhabiting the space for meeting their needs.”
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://indyhomedesigncenter.com/2020/12/22/recipe-for-a-beautiful-and-integrated-kitchen
Indy Home Design Center
8450 Westfield Blvd, 100, Indianapolis, IN
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