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How Much Should You Spend on Your Kitchen Remodel?

Learn what to expect when remodeling your kitchen.

Are you thinking about upgrading your kitchen? Today, we’ll tackle kitchen remodels and explore three different types: minor, major, and upscale remodels, along with what you should expect to spend.

1. Minor Remodel. These don’t involve any structural changes to the kitchen. Instead, these upgrades focus on updating the look and feel. It may be a new coat of paint, different flooring, or resurfacing the cabinets. You might also consider replacing cabinets with entry-level options. For a minor remodel, you should expect to spend between $15,000 and $25,000.

2. Major Remodel. This is where things get more exciting. You’re looking at replacing the cabinets altogether, possibly with upscale options. The flat surfaces should be changed to materials like granite or quartz, and include installing new energy-efficient appliances. A major remodel can cost upwards of $75,000.

3. Upscale Remodel. This involves changing the footprint of the kitchen. This could mean knocking down walls, which is common in split-entry homes, and reconfiguring the entire space. The costs for this type of remodel are higher due to the extensive infrastructure work required. You’ll also be investing in top-of-the-line appliances and high-end finishes, creating a kitchen that a professional chef would love. An upscale remodel can exceed $100,000.

These are the three types of kitchen remodels to consider. Your choice will depend on the functionality you need, your vision for the space, and how you plan to use it. If you have any questions or want to discuss your remodel plans further, give us a call, text, or email us.