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Updating your kitchen can be an expensive project, but there are ways to actually save and make money using your kitchen. Whether you’ve got your heart set on a new kitchen or you’ve decided to make do with what you’ve got – your kitchen can line your pockets.
Structurally Sound? – Renovate
If the structure of your kitchen is good and the aesthetics just need a little refresh, you can save yourself a lot of money by opting for renovation over buying new. You could change the colour of the cabinets and remove the handles to change them to something more modern – this makes an enormous difference. You may also wish to change your floors or the backsplash behind your hob. Making small changes can really have an impact on your kitchen. Best of all, you can budget for your project as you go, rather than having to spend one lump sum.
Need New? – Buy Used
Determined to get a new kitchen, but don’t have a lot of cash? Not to worry! You can buy a used kitchen for a great price and make it your own. However, you should avoid the likes of eBay and Gumtree as you can’t be 100% sure that the kitchen you buy is good quality. Instead, you should approach a recommended re-seller such as Used Kitchen Exchange. Used Kitchen Exchange assesses kitchens for their quality and lists them on their website. The listing includes professional photos from various angles, full measurements and details of the location. You can arrange to view the kitchen and make an offer, before the kitchen is professionally removed. You can either collect the kitchen yourself or arrange delivery for a fee. Used Kitchen Exchange has a fantastic range of kitchens including German kitchens, shaker kitchens, granite kitchens and much more. It’s a family-run company so you can rest assured that you’re getting a great deal.
Want Cash? – Sell
If you’re looking for a new kitchen and you’d like to put some cash towards it, consider selling your current kitchen. To get the most out of the sale, let the professionals hand it. Used Kitchen Exchange offers a sales service which begins with a free valuation, followed by professional photos and full handling of the sale until a buyer is found. Used Kitchen Exchange will then send a professional team to remove the kitchen. You won’t pay a fee if your kitchen hasn’t sold. Best of all, selling your kitchen stops it going to landfill, giving it a new lease of life which is better for the environment and your conscience.
Would you consider buying a used kitchen? Or selling your old one? You can put the cash from the sale towards the kitchen of your dreams, guilt-free! Plus re-using rather than scrapping is much more eco friendly.