Kitchen Remodelers in Atlanta, GA
Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Atlanta, GA
1579 Monroe Drive Northest, Suite F-901
Atlanta, GA 30324
353 Murray Hill Avenue Northeast
Atlanta, GA 30317
880 Niskey Lake Circle
Atlanta, GA 30331
1621 Carter Road
Decatur, GA 30032
Serving Atlanta, GA
4349 Abbotts Bridge Road
Duluth, GA 30097
Serving Atlanta, GA
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Reviews of Atlanta Kitchen Renovation Companies
Quality of work was very good. Team was committed to our vision and would not settle for poor craftsmanship. They were very flexible and ensured problems were addressed quickly. The construction time took a good bit longer than expected (and projected).
Pine Hill Construction replaced the cabinets and countertops in our kitchen. We were pleased with the entire process and thrilled with the results! They were extremely attentive to detail, creative in overcoming obstacles, and made every effort to work around our schedules. We would absolutely recommend them for future projects.
I had a positive experience and beautiful outcome on my kitchen renovation.
How Much Does it Cost to Remodel a Kitchen in Atlanta?
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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Atlanta, Georgia
1315 Timber Walk Drive
Loganville, GA 30052
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Marietta, GA 30066
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Snellville, GA 30078
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Buford, GA 30518
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Lithonia, GA 30058
Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:
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Atlanta Kitchen Remodeling
Investing in kitchen remodeling in Atlanta is a little like putting your money in a high yield CD, only safer. More specifically, it's a home improvement that's guaranteed to add significant value to your home and drastically increase your home's ability to sell should you ever put it on the market. Add to that the fact that a renovation is going to spruce up one of the most central and highly used living spaces in your home, and it's not tough to figure out why so many Atlantans put kitchen remodels at the top of their home improvement wish list.
Atlanta Kitchen Remodeling Costs Raise the Bar
Kitchen remodels in Atlanta vary in cost more than almost any other remodeling project in town. That's probably due to Atlanta's rapid growth and wide variety of income brackets that range from lower income residents to true Southern elites. How do we know this? HomeAdvisor connects thousands of homeowners with quality contractors every year in the Atlanta metro area, and we check in with each homeowner after every job is completed just to see how things went.
In doing so we also collect some valuable data, including final project costs, project durations, and homeowner advice for other Atlantans thinking about taking the plunge. What we've learned from that information is that Atlanta has more high-end kitchen remodels performed than almost any other major city in the nation, including several projects that ended up costing as much as $70,000 to $80,000!
Remodeling Costs for the Rest of Us
Don't worry if your income doesn't put you on the Forbes 500 list, or its annual list of American billionaires. Average kitchen remodels don't come anywhere near that $100,000 mark. Once you throw out the high figures, the average major kitchen remodel in Atlanta runs about $16,500, and if you don't have your heart set on high end materials you can get a new kitchen installed for as little $5,000. Which brings up a good point.
A kitchen remodel can be just about anything you want it to be. New laminate floors, stock cabinetry, and mid-range appliances can transform your kitchen without breaking your budget. If you're looking for oohs and aahs, however, there's custom cabinetry, luxury flooring tile, granite or quartz countertops, and cutting edge, top of the line, energy star appliances all out there at your disposal.
How Long Does Kitchen Remodeling in Atlanta Take?
Again, we're back to how big of a project you're gunning for. By our data, kitchen remodels in Atlanta take as little as two weeks, and as long as 4 months. You've probably guessed already that the four month figure was for one of those $70,000 jobs mentioned earlier, and it goes without saying that the same goes for time as it does for cost. If you're adding kitchen islands, breakfast bars, knocking out walls, ordering custom cabinetry, and installing custom cut marble tile floors, plan on your kitchen being out of commission for a few months. Get all your materials on the cheap from those local yokels down at Home Depot, however, and your contractor will probably be in and out in a matter of weeks.
Either way, plan ahead for the inconveniences that go along with any renovation. There's going to be stretches, sometimes significant ones, where your kitchen will be completely out of commission. Entertaining will be out of the question, and you'll likely need to get pretty comfortable with the locations of a few restaurants in your area, which should be figured into your final costs. Still, any Atlantan that has faithfully weathered the ups and downs of the Falcons, Hawks, and Braves over the years, shouldn't have any trouble getting through the relatively short inconveniences brought on by an kitchen renovation.
Some Homeowner Advice on Atlanta Kitchen Remodels
One of the most valuable resources HomeAdvisor can provide to homeowners considering a kitchen remodel for their home are the comments and advice solicited from the customers who've used our services in the past. Sure, we've done this long enough that we can fill you in on the ins and outs of finding contractors, what to expect on any given job, and we can provide you with some tips on how to move things along faster, but it always seems more genuine coming straight from the horses mouth. Take the advice of this homeowner, who ended up very pleased with the final product of their kitchen remodeling project:
"If you care about quality and want a responsive company on any issues, expect to pay a quality price. This will allow flexibility in getting exactly what you want. For example, all inside work was to be completed today, but I added two other small items - no problem. The company really wants you to be happy and will work with you, including being sensitive to reasonable pricing on small stuff. The owner personally went with my wife and I on several occasions to help us pick out tile, granite, lights, etc. He provided us options after he had the general idea of what we wanted include design options. I'm very happy with him and his workers."
All of that is right on the money for any kitchen remodel, whether you're inside the Perimeter or on the outside looking in. And it makes a good point. Always get bids from several contractors on a job this big, and not just so you can find the cheapest price. Ask for, check references, and go with the contractor whose customers are happiest with their work. Often (though not always!) that will mean shelling out a little bit more, but in the end paying a little extra is often well worth the better service you can expect to get in return. It's yet another way to help ensure you enjoy the best experience possible with your Atlanta kitchen renovation.