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Kitchen Remodelers in Miami, FL

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Miami, FL

QBIQ, Corp.
4.07
5 Verified Ratings
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(407) 289-4410
10865 Southwest 112th Avenue, Suite 306
Miami, FL 33176
 
Habify
4.92
13 Verified Ratings
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(844) 389-5884
7442 Southwest 48th Street
Miami, FL 33155
 
 
Lean Construction, Inc.
5.0
5 Verified Ratings
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(305) 830-8023
2745 Southwest 27th Terrace
Miami, FL 33133
 
A.G.E. Construction & Development, Corp.
5.0
1 Verified Ratings
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(888) 220-2369
175 Fontainebleau Blvd
Ste 1R
Miami, FL 33172
 
 
Aviktor Corp.
5.0
4 Verified Ratings
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(866) 451-8745
P.O. Box 972297
Miami, FL 33197
 

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Cost to hire a Remodel a Kitchen in Miami

Most homeowners spent between:
$10,596 - $31,288
Average Cost:
$19,682
Min cost:
$4,000
Max cost:
$47,861

Reviews of Miami Kitchen Renovation Companies

 
5.00
Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Miami, FL

Enclosed half the patio and converted it to an interior room. The project required a lot of structural work including replacing the existing sloped concrete floor and pouring a new level one, reinforcing the walls and ceiling with steel beams and installing panoramic floor to ceiling hurricane windows. Other more routine components included electrical, a/c duct work, wood flooring and dry walling. The work was done by excellent subcontractors hired by QBIQ. The quality of the work is excellent and working with Pablo, the QBIQ owner, was a pleasure. The price was fair and the project was on budget. All permits were legal and all inspections were passed. Nothing but high marks for QBIQ.

 
Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Miami, FL

So far my experience has been great. They respond in a timely manner to any questions or concerns that I have. Not finished yet.

 
 
5.00
Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Coral Gables, FL

Qbiq Corp is a contracting firm that also specializes (particularly) in remodeling bathrooms and kitchens, although they do other types of work, too. Pablo Palacios (the owner and head contractor) does all the cabinet work himself (in our case, with semi-custom made kitchen cabinets). He contracts out the plumbing, floor installation, electrical, mechanical and countertop work, but all the firms with which he works are top notch and, like himself, perform high quality work. In addition, he supervises their work very carefully. We completely gutted our existing kitchen, including walls, frames, and insulation, and tore down two walls to create an open kitchen. We were very proactive owners in terms of designing the look of the kitchen, but Pablo and his wife (also working for the firm) provided ample material samples for the cabinets and countertops. We did our own legwork on the floor tile and backsplash tile, but everything else came from Qbiq Corp. The final product is worthy of a design magazine. The materials are all excellent and the workmanship was superior. We did have to be a bit attentive to stay on schedule, and the project (which was major) took a bit over three months to complete (original estimate was two months), but, in the end, we are very satisfied with the results and have hired the firm to do another job. Also, Pablo Palacios is completely trustworthy, friendly, and all of the work he does is thoroughly permitted and up to the strictest Coral Gables code. We passed all the inspections without a problem. We recommend Qbiq Corp very highly.

 

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Miami, Florida

Dayve Company, Inc.
4781 NW 103 Avenue
Sunrise, FL 33351
Matt Construction, LLC
722 86th St.
Miami Beach, FL 33140
360 Repair Techs, Inc.
10839 S.W. 38th St.
Miami, FL 33139
ARQ Construction
250 Catalonia Ave., Suite 405
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Perez & Co., LLC
3600 Mystic Pointe Dr. #207
Aventura, FL 33180

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Miami Addition & Remodeling Contractors


Kitchen Remodeling in Miami

As Florida's cultural hub, it's not surprising that Miami is home to a diverse population who appreciate the city’s infusion of Latin culture, the bustling downtown corridor, and the easy proximity to gorgeous beaches. Residents of this glimmering city have access to vibrant neighborhoods, hip clubs, abundant nightlife, a thriving cultural scene, and a bevy of mouthwatering restaurants. Although the climate is subtropical, ocean breezes help keep Miami relatively comfortable.

Before starting a kitchen remodel, Miami residents should evaluate their budget, consider the demographics of their neighborhood, and research skilled professionals to help get the job done. Experts suggest interviewing several professionals to get the most competitive prices, and homeowners always choose licensed, insured companies for optimal consumer protection.

Local Costs for Kitchen Remodels

Most experts recommend that homeowners spend no more than 15% of their home's value on a kitchen remodel. Homeowners planning to stay put long term, however, can feel free to splurge on details and fixtures that they love because of the value offered by repeated use and enhanced enjoyment. In general, homeowners spend around $5,000 on small kitchen remodels, $25,000 for moderate projects, and $45,000+ on large renovations.

Most homeowners in Miami spend between $10,653 and $28,335 on kitchen remodels. The following table provides a look at how local costs compare to the national average:

Low Cost

High Cost

Average Cost

United States

$5,000

$45,000

$20,079

Miami

$3,500

$45,280

$18,814

As the above table demonstrates, local prices are consistent with the national average. Homeowners interested in trimming their remodel budget can do so by selecting lower-cost materials. When designing a new kitchen, residents should keep the style of the home and demographics of the neighborhood in mind to avoid under- or over-doing the renovations.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

Interview several licensed and insured contractors, check references, and ask for samples of prior work to make sure that the contractor or design firm is the best fit for the project. Obtain at least two or three estimates before signing any contracts to get a good sense of what each company or individual has to offer and to make sure that they’re offering competitive prices.

Having a valid license proves that the company or individual has the knowledge and expertise necessary for the job while also conforming to local laws and regulations. Additionally, choosing insured professionals provides optimal consumer protection. Otherwise, the homeowner could be on the hook for any additional costs caused by accidents that occur during the remodeling process.

Other Projects to Consider

Many Miami homeowners use their kitchen remodel as an opportunity to work on other areas of the home while the house is in an unfinished state. Some examples of other possible projects include:

  • Painting adjacent and adjoining rooms
  • Installing new lighting throughout the home
  • Upgrading fixtures
  • Installing new bathroom cabinets and counters

Other popular projects include refinishing or replacing the floors in other rooms and buying new furniture to complete the refreshed effect. Homeowners who add eco-friendly updates to the kitchen often opt to buy EnergyStar washers and dryers and replace the windows throughout the house to enhance energy efficiency in Florida’s hot and humid climate.

Popular Miami Neighborhoods and Suburbs

From the vibrant nightlife scene in South Beach to the historic mansions in Coral Gables, Miami's neighborhoods each offer a distinct vibe that attracts residents of all types. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include the following:

South Beach

Young professionals, couples, and celebrities love the vibrant nightlife and colorful Art Deco architecture of the South Beach neighborhoods. This pedestrian-friendly, eclectic neighborhood offers low-maintenance condominium living in addition to a wide variety of nightclubs, shops, restaurants, the beach, and several parks. Kitchens tend to be modern, with an edgy design that fits the neighborhood’s vibe.

Little Havana

Miami residents who want to stay close to the city's Cuban and Latin culture often turn to Little Havana, a colorful neighborhood named after Cuba's largest city. Little Havana offers attractions such as the Walk of Fame, Calle Ocho, and the Tower Theater in addition to numerous eateries and festivals such as the Calle Ocho Festival and the Three Kings Parade. Although the neighborhood does offer some single-family homes, multi-family homes, condos, and townhomes make up the bulk of its housing options.

Coral Gables

As one of the ritziest neighborhoods in Miami, Coral Gables delivers a Mediterranean vibe and a mix of old and new money. This 37-square-mile city features soothing fountains, scenic outdoor piazzas, and attractions such as the Fairchild Tropical Garden, high-end boutiques, and a delicious array of local restaurants. The tree-lined streets add charm, while the expansive homes fit right in with the neighborhood’s upscale demographic.