square footage cost for kitchen remodeling

Asked by May.joseph34, Inglewood, CA Mon Jul 29, 2013

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Will Thomas, Agent, Los Angeles, CA
Mon Jul 29, 2013
The best way to go is a free, no-obligation estimate from a local contractor in your area.

Good Luck!
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There are a lot of factors that would determine how much it would cost. Everything from the materials you use, to the contractor you go with, will determine the price. You could try to just get an estimate from someone. I think it would be a good idea to go with one of the contractors who does your estimate though. http://www.kitchenvillage.com/services
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Anna M Brocco, Agent, Williston Park, NY
Mon Jul 29, 2013
Too many factors that need consideration, therefore why not simply contact a few local licensed contractors and ask for free estimates....
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That is true. There are going to be a lot of little things that will determine what it might cost to remodel a kitchen. A lot of it will depend on what kind of work you are getting done. A remodel can be simple or really complex. As long as you know what you are looking for, that can at least give them a direction to go in.
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Calvin James, Home Buyer, Orem, UT
Mon Jan 12, 2015
There is really to much variance for me to give you an accurate answer. I would get in touch with your local contractor and get a quote from them. It wouldn't be a bad idea to talk to multiple contractors as well. This way you can make sure you get the best deal! That being said though, don't just pick the cheapest contractor, make sure you find one that will do a fantastic job! http://www.sierraremodeling.com/cabinets-bathroom-kitchen-re…
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I think it depends on the contractor. Some contractors are busier than others and their busy times change from contractor to contractor. Overall though, I don't think it makes much difference whether they are busy or not. If a contractor takes on your job, that usually means they have time to give it the proper attention it needs. Good luck with the remodel Baris. http://www.k-binnovations.com/kitchens/
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Gary Birtles, , Scottsdale, AZ
Mon Jan 5, 2015
It depends on the materials involved in the remodel and the contractor's pricing. I suggest calling around and getting some estimates. A lot of times, the contractors will offer a free consultation. You'll be able to get an estimate pretty quick by using those methods. http://www.jwjuneau.net/about
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cathlieny, Home Buyer, East Bayside - India Street, Portland, ME
Tue Dec 23, 2014
The average cost of Kitchen remodeling is around $18k while major comes to $54k. Can you tell me what is your budget?
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Jackson Will…, Home Buyer, Provo, UT
Mon Dec 1, 2014
Square footage would really only play a minor part in how much a remodel would cost. The major things that would affect it are the materials used and how much of a change is being made. It's very easy for a small kitchen to cost thousands more than a large kitchen to remodel based on that. My suggestion would be to talk to a contractor and find out what the most cost efficient method you can follow is.
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Jackson Will…, Home Buyer, Provo, UT
Wed Nov 5, 2014
The cost is going to vary greatly based on more than square footage. Supplies and designs will play a huge role in cost. The best thing you could do would be getting a contractor out to your house and going over what you want done. they can evaluate that and give you a quote.
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Ron Thomas, Agent, Fresno, CA
Mon Jul 29, 2013
Having been a high-end Kitchen Designer, (in a previous lifetime),
I can suggest that you are going at this backwards:
I have done kitchens for $10,000 including appliances.
I have done kitchens for $60,000.
First you set your budget, then allow an extra 10% for the unknown, (there's always unknown!).
Then if you have a high-end budget; go to http://www.crystalcabinets.com
They're in Minn. but have outlets all over the US.
If you have an economy budget; do see Home Depot.
In both cases, they can hook you up with designers and installers.
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Shirley Smith, Agent, Bellflower, CA
Mon Jul 29, 2013
Another important step in selecting a contractor; get referral information and contact their previous customers.
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Shirley Smith, Agent, Bellflower, CA
Mon Jul 29, 2013
There are many licensed contractors who will give you a free no obligation quote. Get at least 3 quotes for comparison. In addition, to get an idea, go on line and do some search. Many web sites provide user friendly information. You will have some general information to help you have a conversation with the contractors when you get your quotes.
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