• Amrita Hemdev, CMO at Green Bay Remodeling and Development

Top Six Signs You Should Invest in a Kitchen Remodel


Taking the plunge and remodeling the most significant hub of your household, the kitchen, is a vital project, with many things to consider. Before you start planning and budgeting, it's essential to know when to consider a kitchen remodel. Luckily, there are some easy signs to pick up on when your kitchen is out of date.


If your kitchen exhibits any of these signs, it could be time to consult with our kitchen design experts. At Green Bay Remodeling, we elevate the daily lives of homeowners by bringing their dreamed space to life. Part of our mantra is to provide premium quality services in the San Francisco Bay Area and be completely transparent and as helpful as we can for you to build a relationship where we partner up in bringing your vision into a reality.


From lack of storage to wear and tear, here are our top six signs to keep an eye on for considering revamping and updating your kitchen.


1. Lack of Storage


Are your kitchen cabinets and drawers filled to the maximum capacity, and your countertops feel crowded with appliances and utensils? Then your kitchen is suffering from a lack of storage capacity.


If you feel overwhelmed by the lack of storage and how difficult it can get every day — you might want to consider a kitchen remodel to give you much more storage space. A newly remodeled kitchen can provide you with ample storage for all your necessities by being inventive with your kitchen cabinets and shelves.


2. Inefficient Layout


You don't have to be an architect to recognize when a kitchen is planned short-sightedly. Too little countertop space for food preparation, oversized islands that separate the sink from the oven, no ideal place to keep garbage and recycling bins––and more. Functionality has become the biggest concern for kitchen design, and nothing explains your kitchen is outdated, like not utilizing every square inch.


Kitchen remodeling is the perfect opportunity to make your floor plan more efficient. By redesigning and optimizing the layout for more space or creating more space by increasing storage, a meticulously designed kitchen will provide you with more room to do the things you want to do in your kitchen, along with having your entire family dine in altogether. Our design consultants can help you optimize and create a space that flows naturally as you move about. After all, the function is just as crucial as form.


3. High-Maintainance


The kitchen is one of the hardest spaces in the home to keep clean as you have grease, smoke, dirt, dust, stains, and spills to deal with.


If you have a kitchen that is difficult to maintain, you could benefit from a remodel. New backsplash, new cabinets and countertops, new flooring, and modern appliances will minimize the cleaning efforts and make it easier for you to clean your kitchen.


4. Outdated Appliances


Kitchen appliances are an integral part of the functionality and aesthetics of your kitchen. If they like outdated and aren’t working properly, they’re likely not energy-efficient. Old appliances can have a high impact on how the kitchen functions daily. Not only do old appliances cause inefficiency, but they also contribute a lot to your utility bills. They consume more power and require more maintenance.


Partner with a contractor who will create designs that match your expectations along with following the current trends of the industry.


5. Outmoded Design


Does your once trendy kitchen now look old-fashioned and out-of-style making your entire house look older? It may be time for a renovation.


Bring your kitchen into the present day by modernizing it with new design trends showcasing creative uses of colors, modern appliances, premium finishes, and contemporary flooring. Also, an updated kitchen could bring up your home's value as kitchens are one of the focal points people look at in prospective homes.


Refresh and rejuvenate your kitchen by giving it a facelift and bringing it back up to date. (Here's some inspiration!)




6. Significant Wear and Tear


It's natural for your kitchen to experience wear and tear over time, but if your kitchen shows serious signs of aging such as broken cabinet doors, cracked tiles, worn flooring, faded and discolored finishes, outdated appliances, mold, and leaks, you need to consider revamping your kitchen with a remodel.


If major defects are ignored and forgotten, they will turn into future problems that will be more expensive to reform.



There are many other reasons you may need a kitchen to remodel for your home. Whether you just need better ventilation in your kitchen, or your lifestyle has changed, or are looking to sell your home soon, or you simply do not enjoy spending time cooking in the kitchen, it is crucial to consider all your options.


We at Green Bay Remodeling, Inc make it easier than ever to upgrade your kitchen. Our unique renovation process gives you peace of mind from design to build. Inc.com has ranked Green Bay Remodeling as the top 500 companies in the Bay Area. We help homeowners like you renovate your beautiful living spaces every day.


You have questions about how to start planning for your kitchen remodel. We have answers. ​Work with your dedicated Green Bay Manager to receive a custom proposal tailored to your kitchen renovation goals with a detailed scope of work. Get in touch with us today.