COST OF A KITCHEN REMODEL

LARGE KITCHEN
MEDIUM KITCHEN
SMALL KITCHEN

If you’re interested in updating your kitchen, one of the first questions you may find yourself wondering is, “how much does it cost to remodel a kitchen?” The answer to this question can vary greatly depending on the specifics of your kitchen project.  Of course, if you want to make the most of your kitchen space and maximize your home value, you’ll probably want to stick to mid-level materials and finishes. If you plan to stay in your house for 5 years or more you may want to splurge on higher end finishes.  This post will serve as a general guide, providing you with important factors to consider when determining the total cost of your project.

LARGE SIZED KITCHEN

Design, labor, materials, flooring, countertops and fixtures are included in the estimates above. Permit Painting & Appliances are NOT included.

On the pricing chart below; the “Basic“, “Mid” & “Upper” levels, distinguish which finish you choose.

TYPICALLY MOST PROJECTS LAND BETWEEN MID & UPPER LEVELS

BASIC-LEVEL

$65K+
  • Use Existing Cabinetry Layout
  • Existing Flooring to Remain
  • Appliances Remain in Existing Locations
  • Level 1 Cabinetry
  • Level 1 Plumbing Fixtures
  • Level 1 Granite Countertops
  • Ceramic Tile Backsplash

MID-LEVEL

$75K+
  • Cabinetry Layout Modifications Allowed within Existing Space
  • Refinish Existing Hardwood Floors
  • Appliances May be Moved to Other Locations
  • Level 2 Cabinetry
  • Level 2 Plumbing Fixtures
  • Level 2 Granite Countertops
  • Ceramic Tile Backsplash

UPPER-LEVEL

$95K+
  • Remove Existing Walls to Accommodate Expanded Kitchen Design Layouts
  • New Flooring in New Kitchen Area & Adjacent Rooms
  • Appliances May be Moved to Other Locations
  • Customized Cabinetry
  • Level 3 Plumbing Fixtures
  • Exotic Granite or Quartz Countertops
  • Natural Stone Tile Backsplash

INCLUDED:

Design, labor, materials, flooring, counter tops, and fixtures.

NOT INCLUDED:

Permit fees, smoke detector upgrades (code requirement for most areas), painting or staining, decorative light fixtures, and appliances.

MEDIUM SIZED KITCHEN

On the pricing chart below; the “Basic“, “Mid” & “Upper” levels, distinguish which finish you choose.

TYPICALLY MOST PROJECTS LAND BETWEEN MID & UPPER LEVELS

BASIC-LEVEL

$55K+
  • Use Existing Cabinetry Layout
  • Existing Flooring to Remain
  • Appliances Remain in Exi