Is your kitchen looking tired and dated? Whether you dream of something sleek and modern or simply want to make better use of your existing space, kitchen remodeling is the perfect way to improve the room at the heart of your home. It's your chance to start over, from elegant new lighting to stylish cabinets and countertops. This is a big job, though, and requires a lot of planning and skills, from electrics to carpentry and plumbing. Call in the professionals, and they'll help you through every stage to achieve your dream kitchen.
How it works
If you’ve decided to go ahead with remodeling your kitchen, it couldn’t be easier to find the right experts for the job. Just enter your zip code, answer a few quick questions and you’ll be connected with service providers in your area who can then provide you with free quotes for your project.
Kitchen Remodeling Costs
Costs for kitchen makeovers vary depending on the size of the room and what you want to change. Here's a quick breakdown of some costs to consider:
Hiring a kitchen designer
Some designers charge by the hour, anywhere from $60 to $200*. They can help you work out what you can afford on your existing budget.
A new kitchen sink alone can cost over $600* to buy and install. Cheaper options include stainless steel, with prices starting from around $150*, while an enameled cast iron sink can cost $1500* or more.
Laminate is a budget-friendly choice at around $50* per square foot but be aware that it can scratch easily. Granite is stronger but can cost over $200* per square foot, while quartz and natural stone come in at anywhere between $100 to $150*.
Choose your material carefully – at the lower end of the price scale is vinyl at less than $10* per square foot, while ceramic or porcelain tile can cost up to $15* per square foot and high-quality marble can be over $20*.
Frequently Asked Questions
*Cost estimates referenced are sourced from HomeAdvisor, Angie’s List and other national home improvement websites