Renovating your kitchen? Beware of demolition pitfalls

Renovating your kitchen? Beware of demolition pitfalls

Foster Frable is an NRN contributor and a founding partner of Clevenger Frable LaVallee Inc. in White Plains, N.Y. He has designed more than 400 foodservice projects, including restaurants and operations in hotels, colleges and more. He can be reached at [email protected]

There is an inevitable moment when the kitchen renovation you’ve been postponing goes from “hold-off-a-while-longer” to “must-do.” You also know the project will require great planning skills if maintaining sanity is a personal goal. The potential pitfalls in any kitchen renovation project are plentiful, but one of the most manageable is the demolition of the overall space.  Mismanagement of this task creates delays and budget busters, especially when existing equipment needs to be moved

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