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The Benefits of a Kitchen Makeover Versus a Full Kitchen Remodel

Updated: May 31, 2023

Everything you need to know about transforming your kitchen

For many, the kitchen is the hub of their home. In this article we will look at the benefits of renovating your special place with a kitchen makeover saving you unnecessary costs, disruption and time, rather than a full kitchen remodel.

When you think of a new kitchen, you think of a complete removal of your existing kitchen. This can you usually take up to four weeks, create a lot of mess and disruption as well as major hidden expenses. These expenses are usually not priced into the kitchen quotation and can include electrical rewiring and new plumbing as well as flooring.

The average cost of a brand new kitchen will be around £20,000. However, if you consider a kitchen makeover, we can update your kitchen with the same look but at a fraction of the cost.


At we can save you money by simply replacing cabinet doors, worktops, end panels, plinths, tiles, sinks and updating to energy saving appliances. Depending on your needs we can give you a new kitchen in days rather than weeks.



The Benefits of Kitchen Makeovers

There are many reasons why a kitchen refurbishment may be more suitable for you. We are going to explore the benefits to help you with your all important decision to transform your home.

1. Cost Efficient

Refurbishing your kitchen costs significantly less than a full kitchen refit, and, in fact, in some cases, we can give your kitchen a complete new look for as little as £2000. Our customer support team are on hand with expert advice and will provide you with a no-obligation quote today.

2. Time Saving

At, we’re often able to complete your kitchen renovation in just a few days.

At the beginning of this blog, we mentioned that you might be looking at around four weeks for a full kitchen remodel to be completed. Our experienced kitchen craftsman are able to complete tasks efficiently within short time frames by providing a detailed plan that outlines the entire process of the kitchen makeover.

In many cases, kitchen makeovers can be completed in less than a week. This all depends on your bespoke requirements of course. Generally times are shortened as they do not involve significant structural changes or the disabling of plumbing or electrical systems. Tasks such as replacing doors and installing new worktops can completed relatively quickly.

3. Limit Waste and Mess

Cabinet and kitchen door replacements involve less demolition and construction and it creates less mess than a full kitchen remodel. This means you will avoid the dust and debris than a full kitchen overhaul generates.

Our experienced team will have well-structured plan reducing the chances of unexpected issues arising allowing completion of your kitchen reface with minimal mess.

.4. Limit Day to Day Disruption

One of the key benefits of a kitchen makeover is that it can be completed relatively quickly, causing minimal disruption to your household. As we won’t generally need to disable any plumbing or electricity, disruption to your family is kept to an absolute minimum.

By focusing on cosmetic updates rather than a full kitchen refit, which can take several weeks or even months to complete, a kitchen makeover can be finished in a matter of days. This means you won’t have to deal with the inconvenience and disruption of having your kitchen out of commission for an extended period.

5. Choice - Maintain a Top Quality Finish Using the Best Materials

At MyKitchenRevamp, we offer a wide range of options for your new kitchen, including styles, colours and finishes such as natural wood, laminates and veneers. Our makeover experts are always on hand to advise on the best style and finish for your requirements and budget.

6. Sustainability

Protecting our planet is important to us. We use the top suppliers and their sustainable processes right down to packaging. All of our waste disposal methods are sustainable so you can enjoy your upgraded kitchen without a major impact on the environment.

Cabinet refacing is generally considered to be a more environmentally friendly option than a full kitchen renovation because it involves reusing the existing cabinet boxes rather than replacing them. By keeping the existing cabinets in place and simply updating the doors, drawer fronts, and external facing, you can give your kitchen a fresh new look without generating as much waste. This means that fewer materials, such as wood, plastic, and metal, will end up in landfill sites, which can help reduce the overall environmental impact.

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31 Mei 2023

really useful insight -thank you

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