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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

Christmas is just around the corner and now is the perfect time to get that kitchen renovation done before family and friends converge on your house and your pantry. But there is already so little time in the week with commitments to work and leisure greatly slowing down the renovation process. It can almost seem like having your kitchen ready in time for the holidays is an achievement to mirror that of Santa getting through every one of the world’s chimneys on Christmas Eve. If you are short of time but need that new oven installed for the ham and new bench in place for managing the epic food proportions for the day, here are some quick tips to speeding up your kitchen renovations: Be Prepared Naturally, it is vital for you to have a finalised design ready for when you go to work on creating your new kitchen. You cannot

Think back through your kitchens past and no doubt you have at least one experience with a disastrous design flaw. Whether it’s a range hood in the perfect forehead collision zone, cupboards that clash when open, or a fridge so far from your work zones you run marathons trying to cook, chances are you have already got an idea of the value of a good design. What makes a good design great, however, is even more valuable, and that’s ergonomics. Turning a ‘good design’ to an ‘ergonomic’ design takes clever thinking beyond convenience, and into efficiency, safety and forward planning. Putting ergonomics front and centre of your kitchen build brings a whole range of benefits that not only help you in your day to day life, but will ensure your kitchen stays functional and relevant as your household and lifestyle changes. Still not convinced? Here are just some of