DIY Kitchen Remodel | Week 5
This week was a monumental week in the kitchen remodel – our appliances were delivered!
I partnered with The Home Depot on the appliances (microwave, stove, fridge and dishwasher), and they all arrived early one day last week.
Delivery was quick and easy.
Although I am excited for all the appliances, the refrigerator is by far my favorite! I will be sharing more details on the fridge soon, and it is pretty amazing.
We worked on several kitchen projects last week – one of which was the pot filler. We began working on placement for it, and Steve drilled the hole through our tile. He used a special tile bit (and kept it wet), and we did not crack the tile. Success!
A lot of electrical work was done this week in preparation for the appliances. We are so grateful for a friend who helped us out.
We had to get the farmhouse sink in before the countertops can be measured and ordered. We had no idea how much work is involved in installing a farmhouse sink, and I will be sharing a post about that soon. However, we now have a farmhouse kitchen sink ready to go!
Steve carefully cut out the front of the cabinets for the sink…
…while I spent the next several hours sanding so it would fit perfectly. There was no room for error on this one, and we somehow managed not to mess it up.
A special thanks to The Home Depot
for the partnership on this DIY kitchen remodel. It would not have happened without you!
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Want to follow the kitchen remodel journey? See what happens next: Week 6, 7 & 8 – Countertops
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I purchased a stainless steel range vent and my go to guy says it must be vented out the roof. My question is, how do you clean the inside of all the sheet metal when you can’t get to it? I have contacted the seller and they say that the filters prevent the oil from venting up and out.
How do you clean yours? Or, if just installing, do you worry about this or does your seller state a way to clean? I don’t want a grease fire starting in the venting.