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Kitchen Remodelers in New York, NY

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in New York, NY

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Alejna & Aurela Construction, Inc.
(718) 709-0565
Areas of Expertise
  • Major Home Repairs
  • Flooring
  • Additions and Remodels
lee p. in New York, NY

"I hired this contractor immediately. Showed up early for our appointment. Gave great advice as to the rennovations we were considering and also ...gave us a great price quote. Was also willing to take on extra work at apartment and has made follow up visits prior to installation of countertops in living room and kitchen. Very professional and HIGHLY recommended! "

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Kish Construction
(609) 423-0638
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions and Remodels
Keith W. in New York, NY

"They were on time and worked hard. Kish worked hard to overcome some of her lack of experience with doing a ceiling drywall install. She was to ...reasonably priced, and nice work with. "

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Petrovic Home Improvements, LLC
(866) 909-8571
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
Stephen S. in New York, NY

"Emile is a total pro. Replaced a kitchen backsplash and put in a new floor in our laundry room. He came on time and did extremely good work. He ...cleaned up after himself and was very careful. He even picked up the tile for us and return the unused portion to get us a refund. Definitely plan to hire in the future for other work around our place. "

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Tier 1 Maintenance, LLC
(201) 540-3231
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions & Remodeling
  • Drywall & Plaster
Lusha L.

"I have recommended them to multiple people already that are amazing and always showed up on time! "

Polom Corp
(212) 299-7136
Areas of Expertise
  • Renovations
  • Complete bathroom renovation
  • Complete kitchen remodeling
  • Hardwood floor installation
  • Custom cabinetry
Barry W. in New York, NY

"Confident, courteous, competent contractors with a conscience. Thoroughly satisfied. Ready for the next project. "

Lion Interiors, LLC
(646) 758-0687
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Home Improvements
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Custom metal, wood and stone fabrication
  • Interior Deisgn
Carmine D. in Brooklyn, NY

"The team at lions interiors made our experience stress free. The owner Nick is a good listener, very trustworthy and patient. The remodeling of ...our kitchen wasn't without surprise hiccups and yet the project still went smooth. We have since used this company to remodel a bathroom as well. We will continue to use their services and recommend them to our friends and family. "

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Neuehaus Studios
(212) 299-7203
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Remodels
James D.

"They are incredibly responsive. They manage the process of the project incredibly attentive. The quality of work good. "

Advantage Construction BTB, LLC
(718) 427-0051
Areas of Expertise
  • Commercial Roofing
Benagins MGT T.

"They did an excellent job. "

KD Remodeling, Corp.
(201) 468-7778
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling
Mike D.


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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in New York, New York

Detail Renovations, Inc.
615b Middle Neck Rd.
Great Neck, NY 11023
HFM Company, Inc.
145 Teresa Lane
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Autun Contractors
200 E. 64th St. , 14th Floor
New York, NY 10021
Raphael Gittens Construction
1585 Pacific St.
Brooklyn, NY 11213
Paval Corp.
5 Newton Place
Mt. Vernon, NY 10550

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from New York Addition & Remodeling Contractors

New York Kitchen Remodels

As cities go, New York is an entity unto itself. With residents who seem to simultaneously share a common bond and sharp differences, the home improvement industry in the Big Apple is as wide-ranging as the dynamic of the city's boroughs. A kitchen remodel on the Upper East Side is not the same thing as one in Brooklyn or Queens. New York kitchen remodeling contractors can be huge companies that service all five boroughs, the Jersey suburbs, and extending well into Long Island or they can be entrepreneurs that focus and tailor their services to a single neighborhood. That said, the one thing you won't lack is options. No matter what your size, scope, or plans are, when it comes to kitchen remodeling, New York is a great city to be in.

NYC's Space Issues
Commonly, homeowners have some money to spend on their New York kitchen remodels, but not a whole bunch of actual space to work with. This leads to some unique solutions in kitchen design. You may want, for example, to redesign your cabinetry. Custom built cabinets are a beautiful as well as practical addition to any kitchen remodel; in many cases, a good cabinet builder can bring you the same amount of storage space while opening up the layout of the room.

Though a large part of many projects, custom cabinets are not the only solution to small-space kitchen remodeling. New York City is nothing if not adaptable, and established NYC kitchen remodeling companies are well-versed in making small spaces appear larger than they are. From the type of tile on the floor to the color of the counters to the use of recessed lighting fixtures, there are few tricks of the trade left unknown to local kitchen contractors. New Yorkers on a tight budget will find that many of these little adjustments are inexpensive, but make no mistake: nearly every New York City kitchen remodeling project is going to come complete with a bit of sticker shock!

Cost vs. Resale Value
An important measure for any kitchen remodel in any city, New York kitchen remodeling data suggests that completing your remodel on a strict budget gives you the best chance to recoup your expenses when it comes time to sell your home. Low-budget and shrewdly planned kitchen remodels of $20,000 may actually yield increased property value over the cost of the remodel itself. As remodels approach the $100,000 mark this percentage drops to less than 90 percent. While these figures shouldn't be ignored, they're not the end-all be-all of kitchen remodeling, either. If you're not planning on selling your home in the immediate future, your highest priority should be your own personal enjoyment and satisfaction with your new kitchen. These numbers can fluctuate from year to year, and luxury kitchens tend to help a home sell, even if you don't fully recoup the expense of the remodel.

One excellent way to maximize the resale value of an upcoming project is to discuss the features, fixtures, and facets of it with an experienced kitchen contractor. New York is famous for setting global trends, and the professional know what features and components are likely to become staples in the future of kitchen remodeling. New York kitchen designers and contractors will also be able to tell you which features will soon become obsolete, giving you a much better idea of what items to leave out of your project, too!

While New York kitchen renovations tend to take about four to eight weeks to complete, and may feel twice as long, at least you'll have the best pizza and restaurant scene in the country to hold you over while your kitchen is out of commission. If you have the ability to set up an alternate dining area, this will be a great asset during the renovating process, but don't think you'll simply be able to eat around the construction. Stay in close contact with your contractor about the work schedule so you can plan accordingly. Delays are inevitable as manufacturers are notoriously unreliable with delivery. In fact, it's standard practice and not a sign of unreliable contractor to budget 10 to15 percent more than the initial and ideally envisioned kitchen remodel. Not even the best professionals can foresee every possible obstacle that may arise.

Renovation Contractors
When it comes to kitchen contractors, New York is home to all sorts. Some New York City kitchen contractors are making a great living providing bargain basement prices while others charge way more than necessary, hoping their high prices will bring in high rollers. The fact is: Price doesn't always denote value or quality in kitchen contractors. New York City is a place where getting what you pay for is not always easy, and simply going through the phonebook to find a contractor is a risky bet to say the least.

HomeAdvisor helps homeowners through this trying process by prescreening each and every contractor in our database for proper licensing, certifications, and several other measures of reliability. Further, we provide homeowners with an online customer ratings and reviews section, so you can conveniently and reliably read what other New York homeowners have thought about their experience with individual contractors.