A lot of life happens in your Tampa kitchen. No matter how different our lifestyles may prove to be, activity tends to revolve around the kitchen; cooking; preparing a snack after school; eating breakfast with your family or a multi-course meal celebrating a major holiday with family and friends. Not only do we socialize in the kitchen, enjoying time with family and friends over something interesting, the kitchen is one place that needs to be beautiful as well as functional. This raises the challenge of what is the right thing to do in a Tampa kitchen remodel and what are the mistakes that you want to avoid in a Tampa kitchen remodel. Because of this, the kitchen remodel specialists from Rossi Construction, Inc. warn us about a mistake we should avoid in order to achieve an elegant and well-designed Tampa kitchen remodel.
Do not obstruct access to the kitchen triangle in your pursuit of a Tampa kitchen remodel.
The sink, stove and refrigerator are typically thought of as a triangle of activity in the kitchen. This is the area with the most foot traffic in your kitchen, requiring careful planning in your Tampa kitchen remodel project, and need to make sure that the path allows for unobstructed access. Of the three, the sink will see the most action and you will want easy access to the stove and refrigerator, as well as any workstations that you have set-up in your kitchen for projects.
Sinks need to be installed quite close to the plumbing, but Tampa kitchen remodels are often designed with the sink installed in a very traditional location or an awkward spot in the kitchen. Instead of making this mistake in your Tampa kitchen remodel project, consult with the general contractor from Rossi Construction, Inc. to find the best location to relocate the sink in your Tampa kitchen remodel.
Regardless of the size or layout of your Tampa kitchen remodel, the sum of the legs in a kitchen work triangle should not be less than ten feet and no greater than twenty-five feet. If the sum of the legs in the triangle is smaller than suggested, people will be tripping over each other and, if it is too large, food preparation possibly becomes a tiring task.