Now Is the Perfect Time to Remodel
Is now the time to start the remodeling project that will add value to your home and family and make your home more enjoyable to use and live in? That’s a question many homeowners in Alaska are consid,ering and the vast majority are answering in the affirmative. Current economic conditions make the decision much easier. Nearly 80% of American home mortgages are 4% or less. With interest rates more than doubling from a year ago, purchasing power for a new home has declined by 40%. Plus, with new and for sale home inventory limited, many Anchorage homeowners have determined it is more cost-effective and beneficial to enhance their current homes than to purchase a new one.
Another reason why so many Alaskans are electing to remodel their kitchens, primary baths, closets, laundry rooms, and other spaces in their home is that they are happy with their current neighborhood and home.
Kitchens and primary bathrooms have become the most popular rooms in the home to remodel, with many homeowners in Anchorage opting to bring more of Mother Nature indoors by installing new windows and skylights in their new kitchens and baths. Another positive sign for Alaska homeowners is that many of the supply chain challenges and limited availability of materials that delayed projects in 2022 are no longer impediments to completing projects on time and on budget in 2023.
Is this the right time to create the kitchen or bath of your dreams? Give us a call at (907)561-9299 or make an appointment to visit our showroom at 122 W. 92nd Ave. in Anchorage, and let us show you have you can create a kitchen or bath that makes your home more enjoyable for you and your family.
The primary bath has been transformed from a functional room to brush teeth, bathe and prepare for the day to an in-home refuge where homeowners in Alaska can spend a few minutes all to themselves devoid of texts, tweets and even little feet to recharge and rejuvenate their body, mind and spirit by washing away the stresses of the day.
The number one reason why homeowners in Alaska decide to create a dream kitchen is that their existing kitchen does not work well or meet their needs. We frequently hear from homeowners that their kitchens don’t have enough storage capabilities, countertop space or cabinetry. Other common reasons are lack of maneuverability, appearance and poor ventilation.
The Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS) is the largest event of its kind in North America for kitchen and bath showrooms, designers, sales professionals and manufacturers. Featuring more than 600 exhibitors and attracting some 70,000 attendees, KBIS serves as the event for manufacturers to introduce new products and showcase trends that are likely to dominate kitchen, bath and home renovation for the months and years to come.