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Kitchen Remodelers in Anderson, SC

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Anderson, SC

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Strothmann Contracting, LLC
(866) 389-8364
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Composite Deck Building
  • Windows
  • Flooring
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"No comments"

- sheryl B.
John Jones Construction
(866) 209-3675
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
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"He did great work and he is extremely nice"

- christi W.
Bradley Construction, LLC
(866) 822-0020
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom - Remodel
  • Decks
  • Doors
  • Roofing
  • Windows
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"The commmunication between the sales person and the client is the best. I always felt fully informed on every step in the building process."

- herbert W. from anderson, SC
RC Walker & Son Construction
(866) 257-2695
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Kitchen Design
  • Bathroom Design
  • Additions and New Construction
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"Rich was great to work with and completed exactly what we wanted for our kitchen. The work was timely, of excellent quality, and was a great value for the price. We will definitely use him again in the future, and highly recommend him to others!"

- hunt G. from clemson, SC
Palmetto Construction Services
(803) 948-8489
Areas of Expertise
  • New Homes
  • Garage Builds
  • Major Renovations
  • additions
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"Good & honest"

- scott P. from greenville, SC
Gardner Group Construction, LLC
(803) 265-0144
Areas of Expertise
  • General Contracting
  • Kitchen/Bathroom Remodeling
  • Room Additions
  • Commercial Construction
  • Major Renovatons to Multiple Rooms
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"My husband and I couldn't be more pleased with our new kitchen. Simone Gardner was very professional and respectful, as we're all of the workers. We're going to be remodeling our bathrooms next and will be again using Gardner Construction."

- kathryn P. from stone mountain, GA

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Anderson, South Carolina

Anchor Exterior Concepts, Inc.
122 Old Mill Rd. Suite D
Greenville, SC 29607
Turn Key Windows
220 Loraine Dr.
Simpsonville, SC 29680
Archadeck of Clemson
P.O. Box 1846
Clemson, SC 29633
Ken Walker, Inc.
2814 E. North
Andersen, SC 29625
Top Notch Construction Co.
2416 Mt. Bethel Rd.
Ware Shoals, SC 29692

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

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Kitchen Remodeling in Anderson

Located in northwestern South Carolina's Piedmont Plateau, the small city of Anderson boasts a steadily growing economy and a reasonable cost of living just 20 miles from the vibrant college town of Clemson. Its mixture of agriculture and big business provide a diverse mix of occupations among its residents, while its cheerful atmosphere lives up to its nickname as the "Friendliest City in South Carolina."

The cost of living in Anderson lets its residents stretch their dollars, making it easier to afford higher end kitchen renovations. Homeowners considering this project should research reputable contractors and obtain at least two or three estimates before getting started.

Local Costs for Kitchen Remodels

Many different factors affect the cost of a kitchen remodel in Anderson, including the size of the kitchen, the contractor’s labor and installation fees, the complexity of the project, and the price of the materials. Additionally, experts suggest budgeting extra money for any potential problems that could occur, including plumbing problems, electrical upgrades, or structural problems that might remain hidden until some demolition occurs. The following table provides a quick look at how Anderson’s prices compare to the rest of the country:

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As the above table shows, average costs for kitchen remodels in Anderson run relatively close to the national average. The bulk of that money goes toward the following features:

  • Cabinets (29%): Anderson homeowners have a variety of options available, from stock cabinets at home improvement stores to custom options at local shops.
  • Appliances (14%): From basic models to high-end built-ins, local stores and big-box home outlets carry a wide range of appliances at varying price points.
  • Countertops (10%): Choosing less expensive options such as wood, tile, or solid surface materials can keep the remodel on a tight budget. More refined choices, including stone, marble and granite, are also available at local showrooms.

Experts recommend that homeowners who intend to sell in the near future spend no more than 15% of the home’s value to gain the most bang for their buck when the sale goes through. Homeowners planning to live in the home long term have more freedom to splurge because they get a return on their investment and they gain value from the repeated use of the fixtures and finishes.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Anderson homeowners should hire licensed and insured professionals to work on this large, complex project. Having a license demonstrates that the contractor has the necessary knowledge and skills in addition to adhering to state and local laws and regulations.

Homeowners should also verify that the contractor or company is fully insured with general liability and worker’s compensation insurance at a minimum. Although South Carolina does not require its general contractors to carry general liability insurance (only select, specific trades such as installing fire sprinklers require it in the state; otherwise cities determine their own limits), that doesn’t mean a homeowner shouldn’t seek out a contractor who does carry a policy. Choosing an uninsured contractor leaves homeowners on the hook for the costs of any accidents or property damage that occurs during the project.

Other Projects to Consider

Kitchen remodels are among the priciest projects a homeowner can start. Some of the smaller projects that Anderson homeowners may consider include buying new furniture and painting the walls in adjoining rooms. Upgrading a home’s dining room is another possible project that goes hand in hand with a remodeled kitchen, and it can be as simple as brushing on a fresh coat of paint and updating a few light fixtures.

Prominent Anderson Neighborhoods and Suburbs

Residents of the "The Electric City" have a diverse selection of neighborhoods to choose from, making it easy to find the ideal nook to call home. Some of the more prominent neighborhoods include the following:

Downtown- A limited number of apartments and lofts allow Anderson residents to live near all of downtown's attractions, including entertainment venues, historic sites, museums, shops, and gourmet restaurants. Many options, including The Calhoun luxury condos and apartments, include amenities such as 24-hour fitness rooms, private parking, and secure building access.

Concord- The Concord neighborhood, located a few minutes from downtown, offers a more suburban lifestyle with a combination of single-family homes and apartment buildings. Plenty of green space, large lots, and a friendly atmosphere make Concord popular among families and retirees. Home prices tend to run higher in the Concord neighborhood than they do in some of Anderson’s other spots, and many of the homes feature upscale kitchens—expect to pay a bit more here for a remodel to keep up with the spirit of the neighborhood.

Centerville- The Centerville neighborhood offers a more affordable alternative to Concord, with median real estate prices hovering near $150,000 as of 2016. Rentals offer a budget-friendly option to singles and young couples, while the area’s moderately sized single-family homes appeal largely to growing families. Although many of the homes in the neighborhood were built between 1940 and 1999, Centerville also features some new construction.