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Kitchen Remodelers in Houston, TX

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Houston, TX

Houston Renovaters
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(713) 574-1615
12655 West Houston Center Boulevard
Houston, TX 77082
 
Mentzco General Contractors
5.0
3 Verified Ratings
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(888) 404-0789
12103 North Eldridge Parkway
Houston, TX 77065
 
 
Creative Design & Renovations, LLC
4.68
14 Verified Ratings
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(281) 670-0781
1603 Park Haven Drive
Houston, TX 77077
 
Hestia Home Services
4.8
10 Verified Ratings
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(281) 869-2359
950 Echo Lane, Suite 2093
Houston, TX 77024
 
 
Right Choice Restoration
2.75
2 Verified Ratings
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(281) 869-1767
3300 Sage Road
Houston, TX 77056
 
Dry Lok General Contractors
4.6
5 Verified Ratings
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(281) 869-2135
14314 Sugar Mill Circle
Houston, TX 77095
 
 
Rummel Creek Builders, LLC
5.0
3 Verified Ratings
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(713) 401-6440
2500 East TC Jester Boulevard, Suite 240
Houston, TX 77008
 
Boj Remodeling and Cleaning
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(281) 869-1686
7615 Grape Street
Houston, TX 77074
 
 
KGI Group, Inc.
5.0
4 Verified Ratings
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(888) 211-4934
3312 Albans Road
Houston, TX 77005
 

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Cost to Remodel a Kitchen in Houston

Most homeowners spent between:
$11,854 - $29,983
Average Cost:
$20,198
Min cost:
$6,000
Max cost:
$41,204

Reviews of Houston Kitchen Renovation Companies

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Houston, TX w

Ido was very professional, I did not have to call him during the project, kept his word when someone was coming over during the project, I will definitely recommend this company for projects.

 
Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Houston, TX w

He is professional, on time, knows what he is doing. I am inexperienced in doing remodeling, he did bathroom and kitchen, even brought a coupon for 10% discount for items. Saved me money.

 
Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Houston, TX w

Impressive, all around. Met with me On Time, acknowledged the project scope (prep kitchen area for a builtin frig - carpentry, painting and electrical), made suggestions, sent me a clear proposal, coordinated subs, executed one day of work, and came back the next day to follow up. Will hire again without hesitation.

 

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Houston, Texas

Sunbelt Pool Supply
6102 Brittmoore Rd. Suite-c
Houston, TX 77041
True Path Deck
7035 Oak Village Dr.
Humble, TX 77396
Urbani Construction
10326 Elk Point Lane
Houston, TX 77064
Precise Building Solutions
24800 Ih-45 N. Ste. 234
The Woodlands, TX 77386
Tolpa & McCoy Home Repair
P.o.box 386
Katy, TX 77492

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Houston Addition & Remodeling Contractors


Houston Kitchen Remodels

Some people may think traditional Houston fare consists of nothing more than brisket, sausage, and ribs, with an occasional side of seafood, but as a port city Houston has assimilated many different culinary traditions. Whether you're in search of a more convenient kitchen design or improved kitchen décor, a Houston kitchen remodel promises to deliver the latest trends and amenities for this crucial area of your home. Plus, few home improvement projects can increase the resale value of your home like a well-planned kitchen remodel.

Kitchen Remodeling: Houston, TX
A kitchen remodel can be whatever you want it to be. Of course, the driving force of any remodeling project is your own personal preferences, but where in Houston you live can give you hints about the kitchen remodel that's right for you. In Katy, a kitchen able to service a full family may be essential. Residences in the Heights may be ready for a new kitchen to go along with the general renaissance taking place in the community. And, in The Woodlands, you may need to get permission to cut down a tree, but you don't need permission to change the finish on your wood kitchen cabinetry.

Cost of a Kitchen Remodel
For every kitchen remodel that comes through our system, we attempt to gather information to provide to homeowners such as yourself. The first question is how much the project cost. While the national average for a kitchen remodel is $18,500, we see remodels come in consistently under this price tag.

Of course, if you're doing a full kitchen remodel and have expensive tastes you can spend more than $20,000 no matter where you live. If you do want to go all out, the kitchen of your dreams is out there waiting for you. Besides the extra cost, another thing to keep in mind is that high end kitchen remodels generally don't return the same percentage of remodeling costs in increased property value. You can have kitchen countertops made of pure gold, the value of your home ultimately has an upper limit based on where in Houston you live. The good news is even a modest budget and sensible choices can give you a new, splendid kitchen.

Project Length of a Renovation
One of the necessary evils of a kitchen remodel is temporarily incapacitating your kitchen during the renovation process. Many homeowners find this the most difficult aspect of their kitchen remodel. It's not surprising, either. The importance of a kitchen to your home is the reason for both the popularity of renovating it and the inconvenience of not having one you can use.

So, how long can you expect the project to last and what can you do about it? The national average for a kitchen renovation is 30 days. The data coming from our Houston kitchen renovations suggests, if anything, the local average is a little less than a month. As for coping, learn to love eating out and the value of your local pizza delivery driver. Also, if you have a grill, now's the time to use it. If you don't have an auxiliary refrigerator, rent for your garage and stock up on hot dogs and hamburgers. Quite a few hot meals can be had from an open flame and paper plates. Perhaps the best advice is simply to be patient and trust that once you have your new kitchen you'll realize it's been worth it.