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Kitchen Remodelers in Sacramento, CA

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Sacramento, CA

MJM Home Services
11 Verified Ratings
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(916) 303-8949
8353 Yermo Way
Sacramento, CA 95828
Spectrum One, Inc.
4 Verified Ratings
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(530) 217-6298
4212 N. Freeway Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95834
America's Advantage Remodeling
65 Verified Ratings
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(415) 633-2220
8167 Alpine ave suit A
Sacramento, CA 95826
Yancey Company
35 Verified Ratings
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(415) 633-2258
8250 Alpine Avenue, Suite E
Sacramento, CA 95826
Beard's Construction
10 Verified Ratings
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(916) 303-8737
6912 South Land Park Drive
Sacramento, CA 95831
America's Dream HomeWorks
47 Verified Ratings
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(866) 773-4509
7115 Watt Ave, Suite 100
Sacramento, CA 95660
Allen Lopez Construction
4 Verified Ratings
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(877) 205-3885
2610 Granite Way
Sacramento, CA 95821
KGA Construction
2 Verified Ratings
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(877) 211-8590
400 L Street
Rio Linda, CA 95673

Serving Sacramento, CA
Integrity Home Renovation, LLC
6 Verified Ratings
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(916) 303-8912
4010 Foothills Blvd., Ste. 103 #109
Roseville, CA 95747

Serving Sacramento, CA

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Cost to Remodel a Kitchen in Sacramento

Most homeowners spent between:
$13,480 - $36,040
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Reviews of Sacramento Kitchen Renovation Companies

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Elk Grove, CA w

say more when remodel done

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Sacramento, CA w

This was the best experience I've ever had with a remodel. Nick was extremely helpful, knowledgeable and experienced. He stayed on budget and schedule which I've never had before -- he's now got more jobs than I am sure he ever expected as we will continue to refer others to him! Thanks Nick!!

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
Sacramento, CA w

They were always prompt, went above and beyond on the little details and I am more than happy with the work performed and with the quality.


Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Sacramento, California

California Construction Co.
4360 Lorenzetti Dr
Oakley, CA 94561
Custom Kitchens & Baths
16622 S. Madrone Court
Pioneer, CA 95666
Mokhnar Construction
3901 Pell Circle, Suite D
Sacramento, CA 95835
Accent Woodworks & Remodeling, Inc.
9216 Tamara Jean Rd.
Orangevale, CA 95662
Honkanen Developers, Inc.
2156 Weller Way
Sacramento, CA 95818

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Sacramento Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Sacramento Kitchen Remodels

The capital of the state of California and its sixth largest city, Sacramento is home to more than 480,000 residents. First settled during the California Gold Rush of the 1840s, this city has undergone several transformations in its history to make it what it is today. It is home to several major universities, including the renowned UC Davis Medical Center, and was named America's Most Diverse City in 2002 by the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University.

Today, Sacramento homeowners are at an advantage since the city's property values have been climbing, new construction is scarce, and there are many high-earning families attempting to move to the area. On the heels of the expensive and exclusive San Francisco Bay area, this northern California city has a lot to offer and has been steadily gaining in esteem, making homeowners who are willing to invest in major remodeling projects, such as a kitchen remodel, likely to recoup their investment at resale.

Average Cost for Common Kitchen Remodel Tasks

The average Sacramento homeowner pays $18,728 for a kitchen remodel, with most paying between $10,082 and $27,828. This is comparable to homeowners throughout the United States who pay an average of $19,968, with most falling somewhere between $11,263 and $28,697. One way to control costs in Sacramento is to be very mindful of which projects your kitchen remodel absolutely must have complete and which are less important. To help make that decision, consider the following common kitchen remodel projects and see how much they cost in both Sacramento and the rest of the country:

Licensing and Other Requirements

The State of California requires all contractors in 44 recognized classifications to obtain state licensure before commencing work on any home or business in the state that costs $500 or more. Included in this list are electrical contractors, plumbing contractors, painting and decorating contractors, and flooring and floor covering contractors, all of which may need to work on a kitchen remodeling project.

California has an extensive licensing process that includes general and experience requirements, an application, and examination. The California Contractor's State Licensing Board (CSLB) is responsible for this process. Homeowners can check the status of an individual or business' license here.

Other Projects to Consider

Adding in more projects to a kitchen remodel is a great way to optimize the time and money you spend. In fact, there are several complementary projects that can both enhance a kitchen remodel or elevate its final results in terms of look or cost.

Green Updates

Optimize your new kitchen in terms of long-term expense by adding energy-efficient elements such as LED lights, energy star appliances, and double-paned windows. These green additions are not only modern and environmentally responsible; they also save homeowners money over time because they reduce electricity use.

Including a Kitchen as Part of an Addition

Increasing the size of your kitchen or relocating it as part of a larger home addition project is a great way to personalize the space. Through an addition, you can add storage, counter space, and even seating to an existing kitchen. Including your kitchen remodel as part of an addition means adding in the cost of the structure itself to the kitchen remodel cost. In Sacramento, this type of project costs, on average, $33,466, with most homeowners paying between $19,773 and $47,965.

Hiring an Interior Decorator or Designer

Whether you are including it as part of a larger addition or simply trying to optimize the existing space of your kitchen, hiring an interior decorator or designer to help with your kitchen remodel project is the best way to fuse function with style to create an attractive, practical space. In Sacramento, design services cost, on average, $2,057, which is quite a bit below the national average of $5,242.

Sacramento's tough market puts homeowners at an advantage when it comes to adding value to their home and facilitating a sale. With fewer homes available that are valued below the national average of $250,000, the market is primed for higher-value sales, which make putting in updates such as new kitchens a good investment choice for many homeowners. In addition, the kitchen’s role in daily happenings make this major home improvement project worth it, adding personal value and pleasure to any Sacramento home.

Popular Sacramento Neighborhoods

Considered a more affordable place to call home in northern California, a limited market, stagnating incomes, and burgeoning population has led many middle-income families to lose out on owning a home in the Sacramento area. There are few resales available in this tight market and a limited number of new builds and starter homes. However, there are some key neighborhoods in Sacramento that offer more affordable homes as well as a number of important enclaves with high-end offerings worth noting:

  • Garden of the Gods
    Located between Arden Way and Eastern Avenue in the City of Sacramento, this neighborhood full of 1950s bungalow-style homes is one of the best areas to find affordable homes valued between $250,000-$300,000. Many have similar layouts, though additions and interior renovations are common in these older models.
  • Land Park
    Located southwest of the city proper, this area is notable for its location near the 166-acre William Land Park, which has been attracting homeowners since the 1930s. Homes in this area are generally large, diverse, and older, many built between 1930 and 1950. Well-maintained and full of character, many Land Park homeowners have been in the area for decades and are the original owners of these homes.
  • Midtown
    With easy access to the central government buildings, shopping, and restaurants, many young professionals live in Midtown's condos and apartments. However, this older area of the city also includes a mix of larger homes such as townhouses and Victorian builds from its founding in the 19th century.
  • Elk Grove
    Located southwest of downtown, Elk Grove consists of subdivision style homes that are similar in appearance and structure and are very popular among young families. Many of the homes in Elk Grove have been built in the 2000s, and the area is considered a bedroom community for government and other downtown workers.