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Kitchen Remodelers in Durham, NC

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Durham, NC

Katz Construction, LLC
4.67
3 Verified Ratings
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(919) 999-5599
4434 Sunny Court
Durham, NC 27705
 
Linian Homes, Inc.
5.0
2 Verified Ratings
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(919) 999-5471
PO Box 51325
Durham, NC 27717
 
 
Renovatia, LLC
References Available
(866) 763-6485
1125 Corporation Parkway Street, Suite 161
Raliegh, NC 27606

Serving Durham, NC
 
Morrow Construction Services, LLC
5.0
9 Verified Ratings
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(919) 999-5905
206 Arvo Lane
Cary, NC 27513

Serving Durham, NC
 
 
Hauser Building Company, Inc.
4.9
7 Verified Ratings
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(919) 999-4779
2405 Western Park Lane
Hillsborough, NC 27278

Serving Durham, NC
 

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Reviews of Durham Kitchen Renovation Companies

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Angier, NC

We are very pleased with the kitchen updates that were just completed. Paul is easy to work with, communicated well with us & others involved in the project, provided good advice, and saw that quality work was provided. The project was completed on time & was within budget. We are happy to recommend Morrow Construction.

 
 

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Durham, North Carolina

THE KITCHEN SPECIALIST, INC
3407 University Drive
Durham, NC 27707
B Wallace Design & Constr
3817 Southwest Durham Dr
Durham, NC 27707
Property Solutions
6023 Big Oak Drive
Durham, NC 27705
Servpro
1601 Geer St B1
Durham, NC 27704
JACK OF ALL TRADES
2308 S. ROXBORO ST.
Durham, NC 27704
 

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

  • Floorplan
  • Cabinets
  • Appliances
  • Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Flooring
  • Lighting

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Kitchen Remodeling in Durham

Part college town, part slow-paced metropolis, Durham offers its residents a variety of amenities with nearby shops, restaurants, and plenty of green space. The city's location between North Carolina's Piedmont Plateau and Coastal Plain give it a combination of rolling hills and wooded land, with a moderate climate that invites residents and visitors alike to spend plenty of time enjoying the great outdoors.

Durham residents interested in remodeling their kitchens can choose from a variety of reputable professionals to help get the job done. For the best results, homeowners should choose a company or individual that is licensed and insured.

Local Costs for Kitchen Remodels

The national cost of remodeling a kitchen averages $20,079, while the average cost in Durham is on par at about $19,080. Before creating a project budget, it’s helpful to have a rough idea of what types of renovations are feasible at different price points. The following table provides a list of what to expect at three different levels:

$10K-$15K Remodel

$15K-$30K

$30K+

Upgrade the faucet and sink

Build a kitchen island and replace flooring

Replace flooring with hardwood

Install inexpensive countertop replacement (tile or laminate)

Replace countertops with high-end materials (wood, stone, or metal)

Add granite countertops

Refinish cabinets or install stock cabinets

Install custom kitchen cabinets

Build custom cabinetry

Install appliance upgrades

Install high-end appliances

Install premium, EnergyStar appliances

Install energy-efficient under-cabinet and ceiling lighting

Add recessed lighting

Add extra overhead lighting

Homeowners may also opt for a small kitchen remodel, which typically costs $5,000 to $15,000. This type of renovation generally includes upgrading to energy-efficient appliances and fixtures, replacing windows, and painting the walls for a fresh look.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Homeowners should choose licensed, bonded, and insured professionals to work on their kitchen remodels. North Carolina requires its contractors to have a valid state license that must be renewed annually. Homeowners can verify if their chosen contractor’s license is valid at the official website of the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors. Any remodeling project that costs $30,000 or more requires a general contractor’s license, but projects that involve electrical or plumbing work that’s estimated to cost $5,000 or more must also be performed by a licensed contractor.

It’s also important to choose contractors or contracting companies that carry general liability insurance. All contractors in North Carolina are required to have workers’ compensation policies, and, in addition, the city of Durham requires these professionals to purchase liability policies worth a minimum of $1,000,000.

Other Projects to Consider 

Durham homeowners can take advantage of the opportunity to continue making improvements in other areas of the home. For example, some additional projects to consider include replacing bathroom fixtures or cabinets, refinishing or replacing flooring throughout the home, adding additional lighting or ventilation in the home, or upgrading the windows throughout the house to keep heating and cooling costs down.

Prominent Durham Neighborhoods

Residents of "Bull City" appreciate the vibrant restaurant scene and thriving collection of art and science museums. The city hosts more than 40 festivals every year and is home to North Carolina Central and Duke Universities. With its combination of upscale luxury condos and lovely single-family homes, the housing market has something to offer everyone. Some of Durham’s most popular neighborhoods include the following:

Downtown

Living in "Old Bull" puts residents within walking distance of Durham's delicious restaurants, shops, and entertainment venues. The American Tobacco Historic District offers a variety of apartments and condominiums that appeal to hip young professionals and families. Although not completely cosmopolitan, the downtown area has an upbeat, metropolitan vibe.

Research Triangle Park

Professionals living in the Research Triangle Park neighborhood appreciate the proximity to the 170+ companies that call the Park home. The neighborhood is just four miles from downtown and it offers a range of housing styles, including apartments, condos, and single-family homes.

Ninth Street District

The Ninth Street District offers an easy walk to Duke University, funky shops, museums, galleries, fabulous bars, and a variety of mouthwatering restaurants. This charming neighborhood often boasts that it's situated in the center of all the action. It also offers the charm of the city's history along with modern conveniences and many luxurious apartment complexes and high-rises.