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How should i convert my office room into kitchen?

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             I would like to convert my office room into kitchen and kitchen into the       bedroom. Any suggestions?
  • April 19 2010 - US
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I would check around on the web to get some software that you can use to create your design, then move forward on getting bids from a few local contractors. Make sure you get your realtors opinion after you get the bids to make sure that you are being smart with your money and creating good value.
  • April 28 2010
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Wow that's a drastic change! If your floor plan isn't functionally obsolete you might consider just buying a property which has the setup you want. Just my opinion.
  • April 25 2010
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Spend some time determining exactly what features and benefits you are looking for in the new kitchen and bedroom.  Then call and interview at least 3 contractor/home improvement specialists about the work.  Make sure they have the required licenses for your state, are insured, bonded and carry workers compensation insurance if they have employees.  Also check them out with the BBB. Ask them for the names and numbers of their last 5 clients they have done work for and call them for references.  Make sure you are comparing apples to apples on all quotes given.
  • April 20 2010
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