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November 2017

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It’s only natural that when renovating your kitchen, you want to oversee the project. After all, it is your kitchen, and it should end up looking exactly as you had envisioned. Everybody has their idea on how the kitchen is going to look upon completion, and this may give them the belief that they can go about it completely alone. However, the reality of commencing a kitchen renovation without the necessary skills and experience can be a grim one. Simply put, you can end up blowing your budget and completing the renovation months (if not years!) after the desired timespan. Conversely, there are great advantages of avoiding the risks of DIY renovation and choosing an experienced contractor to complete the job. We here at Apollo Kitchens would like to share those advantages with you. Financial Whilst many home magazines will tell you that DIY-renovations will save you money, they fail to

Remodelling the kitchen is certainly one of the best things you can do for your home. It not only adds new life and value to your property, but also enhances the functionality of the kitchen itself. Homeowners are always thrilled with the space, style and practicality that comes with a remodelled kitchen, but they are often unaware of what to expect when commencing the renovation. When the old décor and appliances start being pulled apart and the kitchen is gutted, homeowners often find themselves unsure of what to do next. There can also be some confusion as to when they should call in the professionals or undertake a particular job themselves. As one of Sydney’s leading remodelling firms for over 50 years, Apollo Kitchens has had plenty of experience with homeowners who could have used a little extra guidance in preparation for the big rework. This isn’t a bad