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Modular kitchens are formed by modules or a cabinet system unit where they are fitted together to create a fully functional kitchen and is premade in the factory and assembled on-site based on the space usage – which means minimal construction and purely just installation on-site. As a result, this generates less mess and keeps the installation process shorter and cleaner.
Each module can be personalised to your lifestyle needs, from its design, colour, texture, pattern, to the size and shape - all of which helps you to turn your kitchen design ideas into a reality. If you decide to go with a modular kitchen, just take note that it will be slightly more costly compared to a conventional kitchen.
You will also have to encounter challenges such as, your kitchen not being able to cater to your lifestyle needs, outdated ideas and designs, cost fluctuations, poor indoor air quality as the adhesives and raw boards used normally contain high formaldehyde emissions at unsafe level - especially when it comes to conventionally built kitchens.
With all this information, you are now well equipped with the knowledge of pros and cons of modular and conventional kitchens. Modular kitchens are your go-to if you are looking for factors like convenience, less maintenance and a cleaner finish. On the other hand, if you are a little tight on your budget, then maybe a conventional kitchen would be the better choice for you. However, as the cons outweigh the pros when it comes to conventional kitchens, we strongly recommend that you take some extra time to save up a little more funds to get yourself a modular kitchen.
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