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The first step in planning a kitchen is to determine the amount of space you have to work with. Once you define the space, you need to determine the “Work Triangle” placement of Sink, Refrigerator and Cooking Stove.  Often the existing water, electrical and drainage lines will determine which layout styles will suit best for the

  Little Italy also known as University Village, located near UIC campus, just outside of Chicago’s downtown loop area.  123 Remodeling was called by a townhouse owner for a complete gut kitchen remodeling project. First phase of the project consisted of demolition and removal of existing kitchen.  After consulting with one of our experienced project

123 Remodeling recognizing Modern Trends and Contemporary Design. As one of the top remodeling companies in the Chicago area, 123 Remodeling completes a great number of projects, of which a handful of projects incorporate industry trends and design.  The Trendsetter Award is given to the remodeling project that exemplifies the combination of incorporating Modern Trends and use

A kitchen is a high-traffic, highly functioning room as the center focal point in most homes.   Areas in the kitchen requiring a bright light source, counter-tops where food is prepared and near sink area where dishes are cleaned, often times cabinets and appliances interfere with light’s natural path. The problem –  Insufficient light in the kitchen where cooking and cleaning

First steps in any home remodeling project, is to “design” your new area with your ideas.  The final design plan is used as a means to communicate with your project manager.  The real value of “design” phase of remodeling is that you don’t have to be on top of every detail yourself. You have 123 Remodeling for your

The Albany Park roof replacement project was another exterior remodeling success.  The bungalow home had damaged sections throughout the roof which was a complete tear-off as well as installation of new gable siding.  Copper gutters were installed in place of the rusted and clogged gutter system.  Masonry work to the water-damaged bricks were repaired by

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Complete demolition and removal of kitchen area Removal of old flooring, appliances, wall, lighting Installation of new cabinets, island, back-splash, hardwood flooring, recessed lighting Stainless steel appliances and granite counter-tops New plumbing, electrical (GFI outlets) and fresh paint   Remodel Your Home If you live in Chicago or the surrounding area, call us

NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association) for more than 50 years the NKBA has served as the premiere association for kitchen and bath professionals. The NKBA is also the proud owner of KBIS, the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show. www.nkba.org Recently on the NKBA website, featured an article from the 123 Remodeling’s blog named “Knock

So you’re ready to make the jump and remodel that kitchen?  Your reasons may vary, to upgrade appliances, increase home value and/or “re-map” the layout of the entire kitchen.  Here we will take into consideration 6 major elements when kitchen remodeling:   The Layout – “Work Triangle” Appliances Material Selection – Flooring/Countertop Storage Electrical –

123 Remodeling’s photo gallery of completed projects – displayed with a Before-N-After format, hover-over any one of the Bathroom Remodeling, Kitchen Remodeling and Condo Remodeling project photos below to see the transformation. Bathroom Remodeling – Complete gut of bathroom, replaced bathtub area with Stand-alone bathtub and Walk-in shower combo. Click here to see this project in

  This smaller condo kitchen (4′ x 12′) in Chicago’s North Shore suburb, Evanston, IL has been completely gutted and rehabbed to create an open layout with eating area and accessible storage. What We Did Removal of old wall (see before/after image below) dividing dining room and kitchen, installation of island counter-top eating area, complete

There’s something that is creative about kitchen remodeling projects- especially if you don’t have the luxury of ‘extra space’. This is routine in metropolitan areas like Chicago where hi-rise buildings are common and a condo kitchen can average a size of 8′ x 8’… 64 valuable square feet that you must consider how to use best. These are 5 KEY AREAS to consider

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