Kitchen Renovations

Kitchen renovations add more value to your home than improvements in almost any other areas, but they also can make a drastic difference in how your home is used. Danny has some advice to help make the right decisions during the renovation.

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Backed by his 40-year remodeling career, Danny served as the home improvement expert for CBS’s The Early Show and The Weather Channel for more than a decade. His extensive hands-on experience and understanding of the industry make him the go-to source for all things having to do with the home – from advice on simple repairs, to complete remodels, to helping homeowners prepare their homes for extreme weather and seasons.


  1. You had a company on your last show. That cut small holes in 2 panel installed older windows. That cleaned the mear out of them. They became clear as new. I did not get the company’s name

  2. While Danny gently talked about “timing”, this is so true! Time goes fast. If you put off, say, a countertop decision, you just may end up with your project completed and having to go many weeks without a countertop, which can be very frustrating. A recent client just waited an extra 6 weeks beyond her cabinetry being installed as a result of postponing this decision! Take that to heart!

  3. Considering the foundation and other major things prior to investing money in a kitchen remodel is a HUGE tip…I wish we paid attention to that before our last major kitchen project. We remodeled our kitchen ourselves a few years ago and put in new cabinets & ceramic tile flooring only to discover later the foundation was messed up. It was a really old house (built in the 1920’s). Although aesthetically it looked great, I’m afraid the foundation problems far outweigh any improvements we made. We’re currently renting the house out, but have been considering selling it outright. I just hope the investment we made wasn’t a total waste.


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