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How Much Does it Cost to Remodel My Kitchen?

A typical kitchen remodel in the United States ranges from $12,000 - $35,000.

A kitchen remodel is a great way to increase your home's value and make your kitchen more functional and enjoyable!

Cost of Kitchen Remodel Per Square Foot?

Your kitchen remodeling cost will depend on your choice of cabinets, countertop, flooring and fixtures. It will also be impacted by the effort it will take to get to your ideal finished product. But in general, the price per square foot is around $100-150 per square foot.

What Impacts my Kitchen Remodeling Cost?

Here are important factors to consider that will impact the cost of your kitchen remodel:

  • Your Home's Location and the area's cost of living

  • Size of your home and kitchen area

  • Need for electrical work (i.e. upgrading to recessed lighting)

  • Cost of Materials (i.e. premium vs budget tile, fixtures, etc.)

  • Need for additional Plumbing work (for example, if you want to move your sink, or add a dishwasher or built in coffee-maker)

  • Expansion of current space or removal of walls for a more open concept.

  • Addition of Custom features

How to Prepare for Your New Kitchen

It's always good to think about some of these questions before discussing your kitchen remodel with your contractor:

  • How much improvement do you need? Are you looking for a total renovation or a smaller project, like a vanity upgrade and fresh paint?

  • What style do you like? Do you like contemporary looks or more traditional styling?

  • What level of customization are you hoping for? Are there premium finishes you hope to have?

  • Do you want to relocate any fixtures? Does any of your project require extra work for plumbing or electrical?

  • What's trending right now? If you planning on selling your home soon, you’ll want to consider current trends and desirable features in your market

  • Length of the project: How long will the work take? Will the bathroom be out of commission during renovations?

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