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How To Find Kitchen Remodeling Instructions Online - Articles Surfing
Are you stuck on a kitchen remodeling project? Looking for an easy-to-understand set of how-to instructions that don't involve a run to the book store or the hardware counter? The Internet is your best bet for finding clear, simple directions for a wide variety of kitchen remodeling projects.
Keep reading to find out where you can find the best kitchen remodeling instructions and tutorials online.
1. Retailers' Web Sites
Because they want you to visit their sites and purchase products, major hardware retailers like Lowe's and Home Depot will typically post how-to tutorials, do-it-yourself (DIY) installation instructions and project inspirations on their web sites to lure customers.
These are usually fantastic resources that include step-by-step directions, photographs or illustrations and direct links to purchase the products and tools that you'll need right from the convenience of your home office.
Going this route will save you a lot of time rather than initially running to a hardware store moving from one isle and customer service person to another asking for explanations and recommendations. By reading first online, you can learn quite a bit, arm yourself with comparison facts, and then (if necessary) make the call or trip to the store to get answers for more specific questions.
2. Manufacturers' Web Sites
Like retailers, manufacturers want you to visit their sites and check out their products. To get you there, they'll give you project ideas and extensive information on how to install their product and care for it.
For example, Moen (a popular faucet design company) posts installation tutorials on their web site along with a Design Center that allows users to create a digital mock-up of their dream kitchen. If you're unsure about the specifics of installing a particular product, contacting the manufacturer directly either by phone or through their web site is usually your safest bet to obtain accurate information.
3. Article Sites
Article directories and sites with lots of user-created content are another great place to find DIY tips, product reviews, customer feedback and how-to articles written by people just like you. Here, you must exert some due caution since not everyone who posts an article online is necessary knowledgeable in a trade. However if you find confirming information in a couple of separate articles, that should offer a higher degree of confidence about the information source.
4. Magazine Sites
Most magazine publishers put bonus or additional content on their web sites. Home renovation magazines are no exception. If you're a fan of a particular remodeling publication, check out their web site to see if they post project tutorials or extra kitchen remodeling instructions.
5. Broadcaster Sites
Like magazines, broadcasters and television programs also post bonus content online along with detailed information about the topics covered on their shows and where to find the products used in the program.
For example, the HGTV web site offers an extensive database that includes brief write-ups of almost all their programs ever aired. There you can find links to specific products, tutorials and design professionals.
When accessing online information, always try to back it up with a confirming source or by consulting a professional.
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