Kitchen Remodeling

Redesign the Heart of Your Home
The kitchen is one of the most important rooms in the entire home. It’s often the place where the whole family gathers, where meals are prepared, and where valuable time is shared. Whether you envision your kitchen as a comfortable place where the kids can sit on the countertops, or a state-of-the art space for culinary endeavors, we have the knowledge and passion to make your kitchen remodel goals a reality.

What Is a Kitchen Remodel? 
When you decide to remodel your kitchen, there are countless opportunities for change. A total kitchen remodel often consists of new:

1) Cabinets
2) Countertops
3) Backsplash
4) Under-counter lighting
5) Recess lighting
6) Drywall texturing and painting
7) Flooring
8) Windows

Things To Consider 
Many people are surprised to learn that kitchen remodel projects often require drawings and special city permits. These permits must be obtained if your remodeling project involves moving:

1) Structural walls
2) Plumbing
3) Electrical wiring

If possible, find your home’s original structure drawings–they will be able to save you money on your remodeling project. Keep in mind that it’s your responsibility to ensure that the contractor you hire has a valid:

1) City license
2) State contractor’s license
3) Proper insurance

Controlling the Cost of Your Kitchen Remodel 
Budgets are an important factor in any home remodeling project which is why SSquared Remodel ensures that you receive the highest value possible for whatever amount you plan to spend. If you would like to minimize the costs of your kitchen remodel, consider the following factors:

1) Keeping the same configuration will reduce your overall cost.
2) Be sure that any bids you receive are fully detailed and outline all the work you plan to do. This will help you avoid any “extra” costs as the project progresses.

A kitchen remodel project represents a financial investment as well as an upgrade to a family’s living environment, which is why we encourage our clients to consider “value” as well as “cost.” Rather than simply choosing the contractor who presents the cheapest bid, we strongly advise working with a builder you can trust.