Kitchen

New Hampshire Homeowners: How To Prep For Your Kitchen Reno

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Smart tips to get your home ready for a successful kitchen remodel.
Smart tips to get your home ready for a successful kitchen remodel. (Shutterstock)

A kitchen makeover can have a drastic impact on the look and value of your New Hampshire home. Whether you’re completely gutting the room or just installing new cabinets, a renovation can make you fall in love all over again with your kitchen.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One week before work is scheduled to begin you can start packing up those items you won’t be using again until after the

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Homeowners In Connecticut: How To Get Ready For Your Kitchen Reno

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Getting your home ready for a kichen remodel is the key to success.
Getting your home ready for a kichen remodel is the key to success. (Shutterstock)

Renovating your home can be a big and expensive job. For this reason, many Connecticut homeowners decide to tackle one room at a time as their budget allows. A good starting point is the kitchen, where updating cabinets and countertops can change the entire look of the room.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One week before work is scheduled to begin you can start packing up those items you won’t

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New York Homeowners: Tips For A Successful Kitchen Renovation

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Getting your kitchen ready for your contractor will make the project run smoother.
Getting your kitchen ready for your contractor will make the project run smoother. (Shutterstock)

Fall is on its way here in New York state, and it’s time to put away the lawn mower and gardening tools and turn your eye to indoor projects. Why not start with a kitchen renovation and give the most popular room in the house a new look? No matter what your budget, kitchen remodels are a great way to update your home.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One

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Homeowners In Rhode Island: Tips For A Winning Kitchen Remodel

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Be kind to your contractor by preparing for your kitchen remodel.
Be kind to your contractor by preparing for your kitchen remodel. (Shutterstock)

Rhode Island is heading into another fall season, and for many homeowners this is the perfect time to think about your next project. Why not start with remodeling the kitchen? Kitchen makeovers are one of the most popular renovations and can make a big impact on the look and value of your home.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One week before work is scheduled to begin you can start packing up

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LG ‘Rolls’ Out Craft Ice On More Refrigerator Models, Adds New Features For Today’s Next-Level Kitchen

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Sept. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — With more consumers experimenting in the kitchen as they spend more time at home, LG Electronics USA is expanding its industry-first, slow-melting LG Craft Ice™ technology to 19 refrigerator models while adding convenient new features designed to inspire consumers to take their everyday kitchens to the next level.

Experience the interactive Multichannel News Release here: https://www.multivu.com/players/English/8772151-lg-electronics-craft-ice-refrigerators/

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4 Things To Do Before Your Kitchen Remodel In California

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Don’t forget these simple steps before your kitchen remodel is underway.
Don’t forget these simple steps before your kitchen remodel is underway. (Shutterstock)

It’s never fun for the occupants while work is being done on your home, even here in California where we can usually flee outside. Kitchen remodels are no exception—you can expect your space to be upended for the length of the job.

To make things go as smoothly, and quickly, as possible, there are a few steps you’ll want to take before your contractor and designer arrive. It will help all parties involved, including yourself!

1. Pack Up Dishes

You’ll want to clear all of your dishes out of your cabinetry. Have a spare bedroom no one is using? This is a great place to stack and lay dishes right out on the bed. You can

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Massachusetts Homeowners: Guide To A Successful Kitchen Remodel

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Make it easy for your contractor to remodel your kitchen with these 4 tips.
Make it easy for your contractor to remodel your kitchen with these 4 tips. (Shutterstock)

Is this the year you finally get around to that kitchen remodel you’ve always wanted? Fall is almost here and it’s time to start planning a kitchen makeover in your Massachusetts home.

Make it easy for your contractor to work by clearing out your kitchen ahead of time. One week before work is scheduled to begin you can start packing up those items you won’t be using again until after the renovation. This includes dry foods, such as canned

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‘Chef’s Kitchen’ classes fundraise for Alameda Family Services

Alameda Family Services has partnered with local chefs to present “Chef’s Kitchen,” a set of virtual, live and interactive cooking classes. Seasonally themed “Italian Harvest,” “Oktoberfest” and “Thanksgiving Surprise,” each takes participants into a chef’s kitchen, wherein he’ll offer recipes, secrets and tips while raising funds for Alameda Family Services to put toward its community network of medical, mental health and child development services.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Alameda Family Services has seen requests for its services, support and resources go up by about 35% and has had to adjust its normal fundraising methods to the new normal. Normally, the Holiday Home Tour would be its major annual fundraiser, but since that look unlikely this year a committee came up with the “Chef’s Kitchen” events in its place, not only to raise needed funds but to bring the community together and support local restaurants.

“This gives the

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Giant Food Announces Extended Relationship with Union Kitchen to Offer Shoppers Access to Locally Made Products

Eleven Union Kitchen member brands now available through Giant Delivers

LANDOVER, Md., Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Giant Food, the leading greater Washington D.C. regional grocery chain, today announced that it is expanding its relationship with Union Kitchen, a food and beverage accelerator, to offer several new locally made products to Giant shoppers through Giant’s delivery service, Giant Delivers. The addition of three new Union Kitchen member brands, Walt’s Waffles, Spoil Me Rotten Dog Biscuits, and EAT Pizza, comes after the success of the first eight Giant added to its roster in May: 8 Myles, Mas Panadas, Compass Coffee, Revol Snax, Poppy’s Stuffed Bagels, Snacklins, Tasty 6, and Veggie Confetti.

The introduction of these three new Washington D.C.-based brands plus expanded offerings from the original brands will collectively make 27 local Union Kitchen products available to Giant shoppers including a variety of breakfast items such as coffee and

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Hell’s Kitchen Library To Reopen For Contactless Pickup

MIDTOWN MANHATTAN, NY — Two libraries in Midtown and Hell’s Kitchen are set to reopen for grab-and-go service in September, the New York Public Library announced Monday, adding to the list of branches that are resuming physical services after shutting down in March at the height of the city’s coronavirus outbreak.

The Columbus Library (742 10th Ave.) and the Kips Bay Library (446 3rd Ave.) are two of the 20 neighborhood branches that will host grab-and-go service starting Tuesday, Sept. 8.

Those 20 branches represent the third round of the NYPL’s phased reopening, after the system opened eight branches on July 13 and 22 more on Aug. 3. There will now be 50 branches citywide open for pickups and returns.

All visitors and staff will still be required to wear masks, physically distance from others and adhere to capacity limits. Small portions of the physical library space will open for

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