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Kitchen Remodelers in Richmond, VA

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Richmond, VA

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Tennessee Designs
(804) 318-5148
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodels
brian c. in Chesterfield, VA

"Mr. Tennessee provided excellent service. Most importantly he had a vision and laid it out for us and we were able to customize to our Mr. also ...preferences. Tennessee went the extra mile in searching for special requests cabinets. We couldn't be more pleased with how our new home kitchen looks. "

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L.W. Lantz and Company, LLC
(877) 212-0075
Areas of Expertise
  • Licensed Real Estate Broker
  • Home Evaluation Expert / Should I build an addition or sell and buy larger home?
  • Custom Construction
  • Renovation Specialist
  • Master bedroom with bathroom addition
Judy C.

"They are a excellent company, They listen to all your needs and concerns and are always prompt to say on the timeline promised. "

Tower 3, LLC
(804) 977-4531
Areas of Expertise
  • New Construction
  • Additions to Existing Structures
  • Remodeling Existing Residence
  • Carpentry
  • Framing
Dan F.

"Tower 3 is very responsive, communicative, honest, and trustworthy. They take great pride in their craftsmanship! "

Remodel USA, Inc.
(866) 448-2952
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Basement Remodeling
  • New Windows
  • Asphalt Roofing
Chris B. in Lexington Park, MD

"Great company to work with. Thank you remodel USA for our beautiful kitchen "

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 "

Eddie Davenport Construction
(804) 977-4744
Areas of Expertise
  • Custom Home Building
  • Remodeling
  • Disability Ramps
  • Custom Cabinets
  • Residential and Light Commercial
Margie D. in Henrico, VA

"My only complaint would be that there was no time set for my work to be done. It was a quick job, but took several months to get to it. Once was started, it only took a few hours, but I had to wait for a Plummer and then for someone to put down a floor, both of which took forever. Eddie was very helpful and I love what was done. "

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Witte Home Solutions, LLC
(703) 340-1955
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Windows, Doors, and Siding Replacement
Jessica I. in Glen Allen, VA

"My head hurt "

J.Mitchell Homes, LLC
(877) 217-0233
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodel to Accommodate a Disability
  • Additions and Remodels
  • Home Building
Paul D.

"Easy to work with. Helps with decisions. "

Ideal Home Concepts, LLC
(866) 739-6851
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodel, plumb,electric,tile, drywall paint, full turn
  • Bathroom Remodel, full turn
  • Basement Remodel, structural repairs
  • Addition, whole house remodel,decks, porches
  • Builder/ designer, Va. Class A Contractor since 1993
dreama c. in n chesterfield, VA

"thorough professional, completed the job "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Richmond, Virginia

Robert A. Mingloski Jr and Sons
427 Nottingham Drive
Colonial Heights, VA 23834
American Residential Construction Inc
3121 Waterside Lane
Alexandria, VA 22309
Chasemetro Construction Corp
3607 Chain Bridge Rd. #e
Fairfax, VA 22030
An Construction Company, Inc.
4433 Brookfield Corporate Drive Suite R
Chantilly, VA 20151
Monument Construction, LLC
1715 W. Main St. , Suite 2
Richmond, VA 23220

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

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Kitchen Remodeling in Richmond

An enduring legacy and rich heritage that spans more than 400 years make Richmond an appealing historic city among tourists and residents alike. Centrally located along the eastern seaboard, the city offers easy access to most major metropolitan areas on the East Coast, including Washington D.C., which is located just 100 miles north.

Richmond is nestled along the banks of the picturesque James River. A strong economy and attractive housing make it an appealing prospect among young professionals, families, and retirees. Homeowners here can choose from a variety of reputable contracting professionals to help get their kitchen remodel projects done correctly and according to local laws and regulations.

Local Costs for Kitchen Remodels

Estimating the cost of a kitchen remodel can be tricky. After all, numerous factors affect the budget, including the size of the kitchen, complexity of the project, and the cost of the materials. Most Richmond homeowners spend between $6,527 and $16,368 on remodeling a kitchen. For optimal budgeting, most experts suggest putting extra money aside for unexpected situations that arise during the remodeling process. The following table provides a look at how local Richmond costs compare to the national average:

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As the above table demonstrates, local prices are considerably lower than the national average, leaving homeowners with plenty of extra wiggle room in their budgets. This makes it easier to splurge on high-end finishes to create a dream kitchen. However, homeowners interested in trimming their remodeling budgets further can do so by selecting cost-effective materials. Cabinets typically make up approximately 29% of remodeling costs. Choosing stock cabinets instead of custom cabinetry saves considerable money. Similarly, choosing solid-surface or concrete countertops instead of marble or granite has the potential to shave quite a big amount of money off remodeling costs.

Necessary Licensing and Qualifications

It’s critical that homeowners interview several companies before settling on one to complete their kitchen remodel. For optimal protection, choose licensed and insured contractors and obtain at least two or three estimates before signing any contracts. In addition to providing a good sense of what each company or individual contractor has to offer, this also ensures that homeowners get the most competitive prices. Make sure any specialist, such as a plumber or electrician, also has a valid tradesman’s license in addition to a contracting license if necessary.

The state of Virginia only requires contracting companies to have workers’ compensation insurance; the state does not mandate liability insurance for these professionals. If a permit is required for a remodeling job, however, the state does require contractors to carry general liability insurance. Even if your project will not require a permit, it’s important to look for an insured contractor. Otherwise, you could be liable for any costs and damages associated with accidents or injuries that occur during the remodeling process.

Other Projects to Consider

Common projects to consider include buying new furniture, painting adjoining rooms, upgrading light fixtures throughout the home, and replacing bathroom cabinets and counters. Other popular projects include refinishing or replacing the floors in other rooms and replacing windows throughout the house to enhance energy efficiency.

Popular Richmond Neighborhoods

Richmond is home to a diverse array of livable nooks and crannies, most with a unique vibe and style. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include the following:

Monroe Ward

The Monroe Ward enjoys a reputation as one of Richmond's most walkable neighborhoods. It offers a variety of shops and restaurants along with access to Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center and the Richmond Convention Center. Mass transit and a diverse selection of condos and apartments make this downtown neighborhood popular among young professionals who want to live in the center of the action.

The Fan District

Easy access to mass transit and a large variety of museums and cultural attractions make the Fan District a favorite among young professionals and couples. Tree-lined streets, eight parks, and gorgeous architecture add to the neighborhood's appeal. With its combination of upscale homes and historic buildings, the Fan has a little something for nearly everyone.

Woodland Heights

Located just five minutes away from downtown, Woodland Heights provides its residents a diverse, artsy enclave. The neighborhood was developed along Richmond's trolley line, and it's one of the city's oldest neighborhoods. Known for its varied architecture and home styles, Woodland Heights appeals to young professionals, families, and empty nesters. Home styles include Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, and charming bungalows.