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  • Avoid These Kitchen Renovation Mistakes

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    Looking to renovate your kitchen? Take a look at some of these goofs that people have done in the past when it comes to updating their kitchens. Looking for Cleveland contractors? Contact Reilly Painting for all your home repair needs:

    Blowing off ventilation. It's hard to show off your cooking prowess if the smoke coming off the range or cooktop is too thick to see through. Besides improving indoor air quality, a range hood that is vented to the outside can help remove heat and odors. Note that over-the-range microwaves with built-in ventilation systems did not fare as well in our tests.

    Not maximizing storage. It's not just the number of linear feet of cabinets that matters, but also where you put them: 48 to 72 inches of wall cabinets for glasses, plates, and bowls above the sink and dishwasher; another 48 to 72 inches for cooking dishes and supplies near the oven; and 48 to 72 inches of base cabinets for pots and pans near the cooktop. Maximize potentially wasted space by outfitting blind corners with swing-out shelves or lazy Susans, deep pantries with high-backed pull-out shelves, and drawers with full-extension glides and built-in dividers.

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