Tuesday, 30 October 2012

How Much Does It Cost To Renovate My Kitchen

If you are looking for the best bang for your renovation dollar, kitchens and bathrooms are still considered to be the projects with the highest potential to add or maintain value in a home.

However you may find that fresh coat of paint and some minor repairs may not be enough to transform and update an out-of-date kitchen. You may find that renovating a kitchen can be one of the more expensive projects a homeowner will undertake.

Before taking on kitchen renovation project, you may want to consider the length of time you expect to stay in your house.

How much will it cost?
Kitchen renovations can cost you ranging from $2,000 to $5,000 for a cosmetic facelift with no new cabinets, plumbing or electrical changes. You may look to spend at least $10,000 if you choose new low-end cabinetry, counters, appliances, flooring, paint, and some minor structural changes.

However, the sky is the limit when it comes to a new kitchen and you can expect to pay $20,000 and up for high quality cabinets, custom work and many upgrades.  

Tips for low cost kitchen makeovers
If your budget is tight and smaller projects are what you’re aiming for, here are a few ideas:

  1. Resurface or repaint old cupboard. Paint is inexpensive and can transform wooden cupboards in a matter of hours. 
  2. Use more glass: Replace a few cabinets with glass ones. Glass and mirrors in a room add the illusion of more space.
  3. Change your hardware: Adding new cabinet and drawer handles can change the look of a kitchen! With the many choices in colours, size and style of drawer knobs and handles, there are many ways and options you can apply to change the look of your kitchen in quickest way

If you plan to completely remodel the kitchen, we recommend that you leave the jobs in the hands of an expert who can do the work quickly and professionally. Have a plan in hand and get a quote or two from any local contractors in your areas.

At True View Services, we can help you with any of your home renovation projects. there is no project too big or too small. We are proud to offer services for special needs and handicapped accessibility. Upon completion of each renovation you will be given a complete report including photos showing all aspects of the renovation.

No comments:

Post a Comment