Have Kitchen and Bathroom Remodeling Questions? Seider Has Answers
That is difficult to pinpoint, as every job has unique specifications. The average kitchen remodel costs about $23,000, with costs ranging from $12,000 for minor upgrades to $50,000+ for more elaborate projects. Bathroom remodeling projects typically start at $8,000 to $12,000. The most important thing is to find a price your comfortable with and to work with someone who will respect your budget.
The cost really depends on the project’s scope. The more features you add—flooring, countertops, sinks, spa, shower, bathtub, lighting, etc.—the higher the price will be. Determine what your must-haves are and what types of materials you want to keep your project on budget, and don’t forget things like demolition and disposal fees.
That depends on how extensive the remodeling project is, but a bathroom typically takes four to six weeks to complete. The average kitchen remodel takes six to eight weeks.
The goal of any remodeling project is to disrupt your daily living routine as little as possible but expect to make some adjustments. You should communicate any concerns with your contractor upfront, so you know what to expect and can make plans before the project begins. Rest assured, our team cleans up after themselves daily to keep things as orderly as possible.
Most contractors keep materials at their business location, but may need to store some items with you—this is something you should discuss and plan for ahead of time.
If a contractor asks you to pay the total remodeling cost upfront, that’s a red flag. Reputable contractors often request a partial payment to cover some material costs, then expect full payment when the work is completed to your satisfaction.
Always and only work with a licensed, bonded, and insured remodeler—their work is never a liability you should incur on your homeowner’s insurance policy.
The more detail you can provide about how you’ll use the space and how you want it to look, the easier it is to execute your remodeling vision and get realistic cost estimates. When you specify exactly what flooring, countertop material, lighting fixtures, and features you want in your finished room, you can make more accurate cost comparisons.