How Much Does A Home Remodeling Project Cost?

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How much does a home remodeling project cost? The answer depends on a number of factors.


Every home is different. That’s why we work so hard to understand homes and homeowners before we begin a project. Our free consultation allows for us to completely envision your dream remodeling project, so we can give you the best pricing possible. The best way to get an accurate quote on pricing would be to schedule a free consultation and let our experts give you an accurate price.


Here are some ways you can visualize the pricing yourself.


What is the scope?

Scope affects job cost. How big is the job going to be? Are we doing a cosmetic refresh? Are we pulling and replacing a key feature like cabinets and countertops? Or are we doing a custom kitchen design that opens into the living room? The amount of space and structure we touch is going to affect the budget.


A “typical” remodeling project might fall into one or more of these categories:


PARTIAL — Focus on the trouble spots

Perhaps you need to make an emergency repair, replace a tub/shower, or swap out some old cabinets. We get it. Sometimes addressing one or two immediate needs can make a tremendous difference in your home.


COSMETIC — Refresh the existing space

We give your space a whole new look by refinishing the floors, repainting the cabinets, repainting the walls, replacing a sink, replacing the light fixtures, etc. The floor plan would stay the same.


PULL + REPLACE — Out with the old, in with the new

We completely remove everything in the space — sometimes all the way down to the studs — and replace it with all-new items such as new cabinets, new countertops, new floors, new plumbing fixtures, etc. The floor plan would stay the same.


CUSTOM — Reimagine the entire space

We work with you to design an all-new floor plan, including reevaluating traffic patterns, repositioning appliances, removing walls, etc. A custom remodeling project might have cosmetic or pull-and-replace elements to it; for example, you might have your entire kitchen redone, but keep and refinish the existing floors.


Keep in mind: Most real-world remodeling projects will not fit neatly into these categories. We use these reference points to start a conversation about what your specific project might look like.


Granite countertop and backsplash kitchen remodeling project

Above: The granite countertop on the island is a key material selection in this kitchen.


MATERIALS AND APPLIANCES

Material and appliance selections also affect job costs. Do you want to preserve the look of your kitchen with classic, timeless materials, or do you want to make a statement with a one-of-a-kind artisan countertop? Do you want to swap out a standard range, or do you want to install an industrial cooktop suited for a professional chef? These decisions are going to have a big impact on your bottom line.


AGE AND COMPLEXITY OF HOME

What is the condition of your home? How complex is the job going to be given the age of the structure? Sometimes we get into a project and find issues like dry rot or sloppy builder-grade construction have to be addressed before the actual remodeling work can begin. That is why we take the time to learn everything we can about your home in the early stages of our process.



Do you have a home remodeling project in mind? Our expert consultants are ready to help you make the home of your dreams a reality. Connect with us today!


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