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Adding on to a home can be the best and worst of two worlds for a builder: Some of the work is new construction, some is remodeling the old, and you have to join them so they work together. Add in the electrical and mechanical complexities of kitchen and bath remodeling, and you have a potentially large headache waiting to happen. Bathrooms have more plumbing considerations, kitchens have more electrical considerations, and both rooms have heating, cooling, and ventilation needs that should be addressed at the framing stage. Here are some things to keep in mind when taking on a k&b remodel that can keep headaches to a minimum. Electrical When it comes to electrical service, bathrooms are simpler than kitchens, so let's