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Kitchen Remodelers in Austin, TX

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Austin, TX

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Flower House Interiors
(866) 216-3958
Areas of Expertise
  • Designers & Decorators
  • Disability Services
Kim L. in Austin, TX

"Rosie and her team from bid to execution ensured all engineering and scope of work was identified executed against timely professionally and ...aesthetically pleasing. Too, Rosie's team on this project professionally worked with other contractors on site to minimize any negative timing impact to achieving timing of delivery was achieved. The work was done professionally and as I was remote I obtained timely pictures of before, during and after throughout the project. Responsiveness and communication was very above average to excellent. Any and all concerns or issues were explained and or addressed to ensure budget and timing committed to completion were met. If you're considering any renovation project would highly recommend Rosie and her team(s) to improve the outcome with professional assistance. "

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Satterfield Construction
(512) 572-8770
Areas of Expertise
  • Painting
Brennan S. in Austin, TX

"The painters did A+ work; worked hard, long hours to get the job done and done well. Would definitely recommend! "

South Austin Solutions, LLC
References Available
(512) 520-3650
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Wilmington-Gordon, Inc.
(512) 520-3371
Areas of Expertise
  • Custom Home Building
Jeff R.

"I appreciated the ongoing and open communication, which was great. Knowing where we were in the process, there were no surprises along the way. "

Standard Capital State, LLC
(877) 212-8893
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
Mark C.

"I was very pleased with his work and I would hire him again "

Mars Repair
(512) 651-1321
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels

"I found they were very versatile and are skilled in a lot of different types of construction projects. "

Capehart Kitchen & Bath
References Available
(877) 207-0468
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Design Consultation
Texas Real Pro Home Improvements, LLC
References Available
(512) 520-3868
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
  • Exterior Painting
  • All Roofing Installs
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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Austin, Texas

CTI Design
2505 Zennor Court
Cedar Park, TX 78613
Aus-Tex Construction, Inc.
P.O. Box 817
Manchaca, TX 78652
Toma Builders
123 Tori Drive
Buda, TX 78610
Brawn Contracting & Demolition Svc, LLC
2505 A Fm 1460
Georgetown, TX 78626
Solluna Builders
7310 Sherwood Rd.
Austin, TX 78745

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

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Austin Kitchen Remodeling

Kitchen remodeling remains one of the largest investments you will make in your home. Kitchen remodels remain popular because they work as an independent home investment and a promise to improve your daily life. Austin kitchen remodeling is no exception. Compared to most big cities, Austin is a tightly knit town that lends itself to entertaining neighbors and friends. A kitchen remodel will not only help facilitate the ability to entertain, it will invoke the admiration of your house guests.

The Cost of Kitchen Remodeling in Austin, TX
By logging hundreds and hundreds of customer ratings in our database, we have determined the national average of a kitchen remodel is about $18,500. As you might expect, this number can vary widely. For "surface? remodels that don't involve extensive design or tearing out of old appliances and installations, you can get a kitchen remodel done for a few thousand dollars. For a full kitchen remodel, though, a bargain basement kitchen remodeling plan might be had for $10,000, but more than likely you're going to spend somewhere closer to $15,000. For more high-end choices, you can easily hit $25,000.

Almost all home remodeling projects find unexpected expenses along the way. It's unavoidable, but this doesn't mean you can't be prepared. One idea is to set a soft and hard budget line. For example, you might sit down with a contractor and tell him or her that you'd like to spend no more than $15,000 and you absolutely can't go over $20,000. A flexible plan is best. For example, if your kitchen remodeling project goes off without a hitch, you might have an extra project or item for your kitchen remodel. This can be anything from new cutlery, a breakfast nook, a kitchen sink upgrade, etc. That way, if something does come up during the remodeling process, you'll have the wiggle room in your budget.

If money is a big concern, you may be able to take some time and locate local Austin kitchen remodeling subcontractors and manage the project yourself. This may save you a little bit of money, but it can also create a lot of unnecessary headaches. The work may need to be done in a certain order to be done correctly. There are generally fewer guarantees for the completed work, and general contractors know who can be trusted and who can't. We can help you find quality kitchen remodeling subcontractors in Austin, but you'll still need to be on the ball to get the same quality kitchen remodel without a general contractor. It will also almost surely add a considerable amount of time to complete the remodel as well.

The Ins and Outs of an Austin Kitchen Renovation/Remodel
Many homeowners want to know what they should expect throughout the kitchen remodeling process. The most important part of this process is simply communicating with your kitchen remodeling contractor. More than just cost, scheduling and detailing how you want each piece of your remodel to look are both vital to maintaining a good relationship with your contractor. Be sure to listen to what your contractor says, but don't be sheepish with expressing your own views and preferences. In other words, use the contractor's expertise, but make sure you get what you want.

If you include all the planning, designing, remodeling, and post-construction, the average length of time a kitchen remodel takes is about six months. Some may even take a year or more. Kitchen remodels usually take this long simply because a homeowner wants/needs it to. If you've had a small financial windfall and have a pretty good idea about what you want from your new kitchen, you can conceivably have a full kitchen remodel done in about a month or so.

Project Duration of a Kitchen Remodel in Austin That said, while you do have quite a bit of control over how long your project takes, you probably don't want to sacrifice the quality or cost of your remodeling project just to get it done faster. Regardless of how long the planning and design process takes, the actual remodeling work shouldn't take that long. Austin kitchen remodeling contractors understand the most inconvenient part of a kitchen remodel is simply being without a kitchen.

Many homeowners decide to vacate the home during the meat of the project. This isn't a bad idea, as some of the chemicals used may make it difficult to remain in the house. Plus, your remodeling contractor will probably be able to get the work done a lot faster if he or she doesn't have to work around you and your family. Just make sure you get on the same page with your contractor. You don't want to make plans to stay somewhere else, and then not have your contractors available to do the work during this time.

Made for Austin: Outdoor Kitchens
Before you start your Austin kitchen remodel, you should make sure this is the right home improvement project for you. Outdoor kitchens have become an extremely popular home addition, and Austin was one of the trendsetters. It's not hard to understand why. The long summers and mild winters make outdoor kitchens a truly positive force on your lifestyle. Keg tappers and a high-performance grill will make you the envy of your neighbors. After all, what would the Red River Shootout be without BBQ and beer? Regardless of whether you bleed burnt orange or simply enjoy the Austin weather, outdoor kitchens may make a lot more sense for your home than an indoor kitchen remodel. As improved as your new kitchen may be, it's not going to offer the unique advantages of having a full-capacity second kitchen to service your outdoor living areas.

Choosing an Austin Kitchen Remodel Contractor
Before you choose any one contractor, talk to several and get written estimates. Set up meetings with your top choices, and take the time to sit down in person with each contractor and discuss your Austin kitchen remodel in detail. Ask not only how long your general contractor has been in business for, but how long this general contractor has been working with his or her kitchen subcontractors. Check for licensing, insurance, and references as an initial screening process, but in the end, you may find two or more remodeling contractors who seem reliable, trustworthy, and personable. Your final decision may very well come from your gut feeling.