Adding a Pass-Through to Your Kitchen

When you’re remodeling your kitchen, have you ever thought about adding a pass-through?

When you’re remodeling your kitchen, have you ever thought about adding a pass-through? Pass-throughs can connect your kitchen to your dining room or the whatever the next room over. Even if you have a small kitchenette in your basement, you can also have a pass-through built in there too. Here is how to complete this design upgrade.

Look at Your Kitchen Walls

The first step of installing a kitchen pass-through is to take a look at your existing walls. You can, believe it or not, attempt to put it in yourself. But do that you’ll need expertise with tools such as a reciprocating saw, how to work with drywall, and making sure that the base and walls around the pass-through won’t cause it to collapse. So, make sure where you want to install your new pass-through doesn’t overlap with a load-bearing wall. Consult with expert contractors and remodelers, such as the professionals at Kitchen & Bath Depot, for advice on how to proceed before beginning any work.  

Consider Different Possibilities

Depending on the size of your home and kitchen, the results of a kitchen remodel could turn out differently. A townhouse or apartment will have much smaller spaces than in a single family home. You can create a counter to enjoy breakfast around and modify the design with cabinets that can allow for more storage space. Even so, you don’t only need to rely on indoor designs; sometimes you can alter a window leading outside.

Connect Your Patio

Your patio is another part of your home that shouldn’t be left out of the fun. Luckily, you can install a pass-through that connects your patio to your kitchen. With warmer weather on the way, this window will be seeing a lot of use, and the best part of it is, you probably already have a window in place. Sometimes you might need a replacement window to facilitate moving things in and out, but you’ll want to be sure you can open and close this window used as a pass-through. After all, when you’re not actively using it, you won’t want a cold breeze or bad weather to get inside your home.

More Kitchen Ideas for Your Next Kitchen Remodel!

Whether you’re planning your first kitchen remodel or your twentieth, the experts at Kitchen and Bath Depot are here to help with all of your design and building needs. We provide remodeling services for our valued customers throughout the Maryland and Washington, D.C. area. If you are ready for a quote and to see how we are different than other companies, give us a call at (301) 888-5324 or contact us online. For more tips, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Houzz, and Pinterest.