The remodeling experts have a substantial amount of remodeling experience that spans decades and hundreds of projects. You will rest easy knowing that we have the amount of experience you expect.
How much kitchen remodeling experience does Pro Construction Solution Inc. have?
What will the cost be for my kitchen remodel?
As a homeowner, you can expect your kitchen remodel to be at least $100 per square foot and as high as $300. In total, you may see an average price tag of at least $15,000 and as high as $60,000 for the entire remodel. If you plan for a small remodel, then you can expect a lower price tag, which would involve minor renovations like new paint, cabinet resurfacing, and backsplash installation. As opposed to the low price of a small remodel, a higher remodel price tag in excess of $25,000 will be due to high-quality materials such as natural stone floors, quartz countertops, and name-brand appliances.
Do you have previous remodeling samples that I can see?
We are happy to provide you with examples and referrals of our previous work. We can provide the whole list upon request.
What is the time frame for a complete kitchen remodel?
Having an entirely new remodel of your kitchen that involves whole new products and appliances, new finishes, and updated plumbing and electrical could take at least 6 weeks to complete. For small kitchen remodels, the amount of time could be a minimum of 30 days, depending on the complexity of the project. Any updates to your kitchen´s aesthetics such as a countertop, painting, or a backsplash update could be accomplished in a matter of weeks. In order for the kitchen remodel to be completed as planned, it is important to have a budget that is practical and simple. It is important to have the needed products and material paid for and specifics worked out with your contractor prior to any remodeling getting underway.
Are complete kitchen remodels needed all the time?
No, a completely new kitchen remodel will be based on your personal wants and needs. You can decide whether you want a full remodel or just to have new countertops or cabinets installed.
Does a kitchen remodel have any advantages?
There are several advantages to having your kitchen remodeled. A few of them include:
- Long-term money savings
- Your home value will increase
- Added storage space
- Increased quality of life
What is the process for a kitchen remodel?
In order for your kitchen remodel to be a complete success, there are necessary steps to take from start to finish. Below are the 8 steps that need to be completed.
- Design and material procurement
- Demolition of the old kitchen surfaces
- Rough framing, plumbing, and electrical
- Inspection of the rough work
- Walls are finished
- Cabinets, countertops, and backsplash installation.
- Flooring is installed
- Finish plumbing and electrical including appliances.
How do I know my home´s kitchen remodel is in good hands?
Prior to any work beginning, you will obtain samples of our previous remodeling work for your review. You will also be advised of the quality of material we use in our kitchen remodels based on your wants and needs. This allows you to remain in control of how your remodel will turn out.
What does your kitchen remodel warranty cover?
The warranty we provide for all of our kitchen remodels will either be for 1 or 2 years. Our 1-year warranty will cover any possible flaws due to workmanship leading to a defect. Our 2-year warranty will cover any flaws occurring within a system or structure itself.
Can I decide on how the kitchen remodel will look like?
As the homeowner, you are in complete control of how your new kitchen will look like. You get to make the decisions of what materials and appliances to use and install. We will design it for you and present it with high-quality 3D renderings. You can also make alterations as you deem necessary during the process.
Am I able to monitor the kitchen remodeling progression?
Like we mentioned above, you can watch the progression of your remodel throughout the project. You will just need to ensure that you don´t get in the way of progress as the construction unfolds.
Does my kitchen remodel need a permit?
When a homeowner contemplates having a kitchen remodel done, this question will need to be answered first. The answer will depend on the type of remodeling that gets conducted and what regulations your jurisdiction places on contractors. If the work required modification of your systems, i.e. electrical, plumbing, and mechanical plan for a permit. However, replacing cabinets, countertops, and backsplash does not require permits in most Northern California Jurisdictions. The exception is the city of Davis, where a permit is required for installing a sink. Make sure to enquire with your local building department if you are unsure.
Will my utilities need to be turned off during my kitchen remodel?
The majority of the time you will have running water and electricity. However, during the plumbing and electrical work, it is likely that the systems will be turned off to ensure the safety of our team.
What does a kitchen remodel entail?
When a full kitchen remodel is conducted it will be comprised of substantial changes taking place. Normally, these changes will include your old kitchen being completely removed and reinstalled, your kitchen layout being redesigned, or even replacing most of your kitchen appliances.
Will my home need to be vacated while remodeling is conducted?
Prior to a kitchen remodel, it is best to arrange for short-term accommodations up until the remodel is completed. This will ensure that you and your family remain safe and healthy throughout the process. Make sure to consult with family and friends first, or schedule a family vacation for the same timeframe.
Will the kitchen remodel generate a huge amount of garbage?
This will depend on the number of changes that will take place. If your kitchen is getting gutted, then it will be all of the old cabinets, countertops, and flooring. When the bulk of the mess is removed there will be debris still present until the new kitchen has been completely cleaned prior to completion.
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