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Kitchen Remodelers in Chesapeake, VA

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Chesapeake, VA

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References Available
(202) 838-1949
Areas of Expertise
  • Central A/C Install, Furnace Install, Heat Pump Install
  • Service on all Brands and types
  • Plumbing , Pressure Washing, Electrical
Witten Brothers Construction, Inc.
(804) 292-6107
Areas of Expertise
  • Exterior
  • Bathroom Make-Overs
  • Kitchen Make-Overs
  • Additions
  • Decks
Nicole M. in Virginia Beach, VA

"They really care about what will make the space look the best and not break the bank but provide good quality material. "

Ferrara Building Group, Inc.
(757) 821-7081
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
  • Windows
  • Decks
  • Carpentry
  • Much More
Bill S. in Chesapeake, VA

"FBG is top quality. Al Ferrara is outstanding and a true professional. On the job everyday and on time, He and crew are at the very top of my ...list for true professionals. Al Ferrara makes sure you understand what is going on everyday. Everything was done on time with no problems. We are very pleased with our new kitchen. Would have FBG do any other jobs we want done!!!!!!!! My rating +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ and more. Outstanding work. "

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RC Industries, LLC
(757) 821-7016
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodels
  • Drywall
  • Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • Flooring
Fransico O.

"Very professional. "

Shoreline Plumbing & Construction
References Available
(866) 982-3067
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Remodel USA, Inc.
(866) 908-6530
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Basement Remodeling
  • New Windows
  • Asphalt Roofing
Dianne D. in Upper Marlboro, MD

"The timeliness of the contractors was outstanding "

TERCO Incorporated
(757) 821-7120
Areas of Expertise
  • Laminate Wood or Stone Floor - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Wood Flooring - Install or Completely Replace - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Tile: Ceramic and Porcelain - Install - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
  • Laminate Wood or Stone Floor - Install - Materials Provided by Consumer
  • Wood Flooring - Install or Completely Replace - Materials Not Provided by Consumer
Jasmine M. in Chesapeake, VA

"Very satisfied with the services performed. "

Adrian Builders Group, LLC
(804) 977-4677
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Alterations Residential and Commercial
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels
  • Construction Management
Maria R. in Virginia Beach, VA

"Dean & his team did a great job. There were only a couple of hiccups that were resolved quickly! I was kept in the loop of all things s the project progressed. Dean crew of workers were exceptionally nice & professional! My new kitchen looks absolutely beautiful, clean & modern. "

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Harmony Kitchens & Remodeling, LLC
(757) 821-7036
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Cabinets
CARNELL E. in Chesapeake, VA

"We had a complete Kitchen make-over and Larry and others did a good job!! "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Chesapeake, Virginia

Access 1st, Inc.
P.O. Box 12892
Newport News, VA 23612
Edward Gosman & Assoc. Inc.
1008 Sanderson Rd.
Chesapeake, VA 23322
Cavalier Builders Inc.
4966 Euclid Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
IT's Services
1585 Devon Way
Virginia Beach, VA 23456
American Quality Enterprises
3355 Lyons Ave.
Norfolk, VA 23509

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Chesapeake Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Kitchen Remodeling in Chesapeake

Located just seven miles south of Norfolk, the city of Chesapeake, Virginia, offers a combination of outdoor recreation, access to the bright lights of the big city, and proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. As part of the Norfolk, Newport News, and Virginia Beach metropolitan area, the city attracts many tourists, shipbuilders, and residents who enjoy access to area beaches and waterways.

Chesapeake offers its residents a diverse selection of housing options, ranging from simple apartments to large, single-family homes. The types of kitchens in each home vary, ranging from compact, modern kitchens to gourmet chef’s kitchens. Homeowners considering a kitchen remodel should stick to the style that makes the most sense for their neighborhood and demographic to get the best return on the investment.

Local Costs for Kitchen Remodels

The key to getting the most bang for the buck in Chesapeake lies in scaling the remodel to the demographics of the neighborhood and the style of the home. For example, homeowners living in an apartment in Greenbrier East won’t recoup the expense of installing a gourmet chef’s kitchen, while homeowners in some of the ritzy sections of Great Bridge may do well by selecting upscale fixtures and appliances.

Overall, most homeowners can expect to receive a 60% to 120% return on this investment. The following table demonstrates how Chesapeake’s prices compare to the national average.




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Most Chesapeake homeowners spend between $11,951 and $24,635 on kitchen remodels, with the bulk of the money going toward the following:

  • Cabinetry and hardware account for around 29 percent of the cost of a kitchen remodel.
  • Appliances make up 14 percent of the budget.
  • Homeowners usually spend about 10 percent of their budget on new countertops.

Homeowners can opt for a smaller-scale kitchen renovation instead of a full-blown remodel. For a small remodel, homeowners can expect to pay between $5,000 to $15,000 on upgrading faucets, appliances, lighting, and windows.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Homeowners in Chesapeake should look for kitchen remodeling companies and professionals who are licensed, bonded and insured to make sure the work is done correctly and according to local codes and regulations. Virginia offers three classes of contractors licenses for contractors who bid on jobs at varying price points. Plumbers and electricians must hold a current, state-issued trade license.

While having a license demonstrates the necessary expertise and knowledge of local laws, having insurance protects consumers from the costs of any accidents or damages that occur during the course of the project. Virginia contractors are only required to have workers’ compensation insurance, but many contractors opt to purchase general liability policies for customers’ peace of mind. In addition, a Virginia contractor must have liability insurance for any project that requires a building permit.

Other Projects to Consider

A kitchen remodel is one of the most extensive and expensive projects in any home. Some potential projects to consider completing simultaneously include updating and upgrading bathroom fixtures and bathroom cabinets, installing new lighting throughout the home, and replacing floors throughout the house.

Popular Chesapeake Neighborhoods

Like the other cities in the “Seven Cities” area of the Hampton Roads region, Chesapeake features a diverse collection of neighborhoods and a steady housing market. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include the following:

Greenbrier West

Greenbrier West offers its residents a variety of shopping plazas and scenic views of the Elizabeth River, which meanders along the neighborhood's western border. Home choices include apartments, condos, and modest single-family houses that young singles and families tend to call home.

Deep Creek North

The Deep Creek North neighborhood is situated along the shores of the Elizabeth River in the north-central region of the city. Residents enjoy feeling like they're out in the country while still having easy access to the city and tourist hotspots. The neighborhood offers a variety of housing options to choose from, including new townhome communities, apartments, modest single-family homes, and larger homes with upscale fixtures.

Great Bridge

Not only does Great Bridge offer easy access to nearby Tidewater Community College and major roadways such as I-64 and State Route 168, but this large neighborhood also contains Chesapeake's county seat. Situated in the south-central region of the city, Great Bridge offers its residents good schools, a variety of restaurants, and several parks, including Bells Mill Park. Housing options range from simple apartments to expansive single-family homes for plenty of variety.