Kitchen Remodelers in Philadelphia, PA
Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Philadelphia, PA
7528 Lawndale Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111
Philadelphia, PA 19136
5439 Horrocks St
Philadelphia, PA 19124
5418 Saul Street
Philadelphia, PA 19124
3732 Richmond street
Philadelphia, PA 19137
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Nick provided great pricing and service
I hired Summerhill to remodel my kitchen - everything except the cabinets was replaced. Bruce was quick to contact me and come over to give me a quote. He responded within a day or so to my MANY emailed questions. He gave me a tentative start date and contacted me when that changed. Once the project started, he was here promptly every morning until the kitchen was completed. I was most concerned about the installation of a glass subway tile back splash, (because I had a bad experience with a different company installing tile in my bathroom) but he did an amazing job. Other aspects of the renovation included a laminate floor and installation of new sink, faucet, garbage disposal, and dishwasher. He added new baseboards, and casing around two doorways, and painted the portion of the room that wasn't tiled. When I requested a change - I felt the doorway needed a wider casing - he promptly got the new material and installed. He also installed two new light fixtures. The kitchen was cleaned up each night before they left. I would definitely use this company again.
Denis will listen, provide suggestions, and make the experience as easy as possible.
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P.O. Box 487
Mullica Hill, NJ 08062
932 Fernon St.
Philadelphia, PA 19148
3343 N. Palethorp St.
Philadelphia, PA 19140
157 W. Lancaster Ave.
Ardmore, PA 19003
3324 Willits Rd., Suite 12-a
Philadelphia, PA 19136
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Kitchen Remodeling in PhiladelphiaFrom shoe fly pie to pizza pie and soul food to Seoul food, Philadelphians love to eat; and with some of the most distinctive markets in the world at their disposal, they like to cook, too. Whether it's outdoors on the grill, or inside on the range, cooking with family or friends is truly an event to be celebrated. Without the right tools, however, making a meal can be a downright hassle.
Like many things, from time to time a kitchen needs a little work to perform at its best. If you think it's time for yours to get that well deserved upgrade, these Philadelphia kitchen remodeling facts will give you a good idea of what to expect.
Kitchen Renovation in Philadelphia Homes
In Philadelphia, kitchen remodeling is usually about more than just making things look pretty. Since so many homes are 50+ years old, function is a huge issue. Along with new, more efficient appliances, a Philadelphia kitchen remodel will often focus on optimizing the existing space and bringing the whole room into the 21st century (while keeping the authenticity and charm of the original). In some cases, this kind of overhaul can require some serious reworking of the existing structure, which can cost quite a bit. On the upside, kitchen remodels are considered one of the best investments you can make to increase the value of your home.
The closer you get to Center City, the more likely it is that space will be the deciding factor in what you can and cannot do with your kitchen remodel. Philadelphia homes that are low on floor space are often best improved by pulling everything out and starting fresh. This allows you and your contractor to design the most efficient and attractive space possible. During this process, it's also a good idea to replace outdated plumbing and wiring.
Pricing and Duration
This kind of renovation is a huge job; it will take a long time, and it won't come cheap. In most places, a complete kitchen remodel can easily be done for less than $20,000 (in certain areas, for less than $10,000); in Philadelphia, kitchen remodeling is likely to be more expensive.
Kitchen remodels generally take the better part of a year to finish (the average is about 240 days) and can go on even longer in some cases. Before the work begins, it is a good idea to prepare a schedule with your contractor laying out what will be done when, the amount of space each part of the project will take up and the level of noise that it will produce. Since many Philadelphia homes are extremely close to the neighboring houses, you may even want to give your neighbors a schedule or timeframe, too.
The Finished Product
Total kitchen renovation is, in Philadelphia or any other city, a complex and lengthy task. Even jobs that go 100% as planned will end up being a lot of work (and a job this big without any complications at all is a rarity). After it's through, however, most people are very pleased with the end result. You'll have added value to your home, and you'll have a kitchen you'll be proud of. Even if you're not the best cook in the world, working in a new kitchen built to your own specifications will be worth the effort.