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Kitchen Remodelers in Seattle, WA

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Seattle, WA

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Ima Construction Group, LLC

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(425) 202-0345
Areas of Expertise
  • General contracting
  • Kitchens/Bathroom
BJBL General Contractor, LLC

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(360) 467-2023
Areas of Expertise
  • Interior Painting or Staining: 1 - 2 Rooms
  • Asphalt Shingle Roofing - Repair
RTG Construction, LLC

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(360) 467-2168
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Remodels
  • Decks
Fredricks Fine Homes, Inc.

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(877) 208-4055
Areas of Expertise
  • Remodeling
  • Home Improvement Services
Specialty Kitchen and Bath, Inc.
(425) 372-2320
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels
Featured Review

"We completed a major remodel of our kitchen. We replaced all cabinets, countertops/backsplash, and appliances. We did not move any walls or replace flooring. SK and B did not supply the cabinets or the appliances so its total share of the project was just under $40K (about half of the total). From the time they started until they finished was 2 months, longer than we expected but within the terms of our contract. SK and B was not the lowest bidder but the representative who came to scope and price the project (Christopher Borden) clearly gave us the best impression that they understood the job and how to get it done. Perhaps the single most important element in choosing them was SK and Bs commitment to operate under the fixed price of the contract and that surprises would be on them. SK and B subcontracted most of the work to a variety of skilled workers (carpenters, drywall, electricians, HVAC, plumbers, etc) Everyone that came to our house to work was professional, proficient and worked quietly. Some were better than others, as you would expect. The aspect of the project that we would have liked to have been better was in the broad area of communication.I think that was due, in part, to the absence of a documented plan that was shared with us or with the various subcontractors. Too often we waited all day for someone to come that was actually working somewhere else. It was not uncommon for the subcontractors not to know what they were supposed to do once they arrived. In most cases, I had to be hands-on person to explain the plan. It helped that I am retired and was home most days. As in any large project, there were things that had to be corrected and I will say SK and B never debated or dragged its feet on any of them. We are very pleased with the results of our remodel and would not hesitate to hire them again. In fact, we feel very fortunate to have gotten their name and it was particularly good they sent Chris Borden to make that first impression. "

- chuck S. from sammamish, WA
Remodeling Experts, LLC

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(360) 467-2445
Areas of Expertise
  • Cabinets
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Bathroom Remodels
Emerald City Construction & Renovation, LLP
(866) 557-8965
Areas of Expertise
  • Home Remodeling
  • General Contractor
  • Additions
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Kitchen Remodel
Featured Review

"We hired Emerald City Flooring to do our tile flooring. They did a amazing job and the quality was over the top. The service was perfect. They met there deadline ( actually finished early!) , they had great customer service and always kept us updated, and did some of the best tile work I have seen. We will Definitely be using Emerald City Flooring again. "

- ron C. from seattle, WA
Pacific Coast Development, LLC
(206) 826-8641
Areas of Expertise
  • Addition to Existing Structure - Build
  • Kitchen - Remodel
  • Bath Remodeling
  • Tenant Improvements
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Goedecke Builders, LLC
(206) 384-7611
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom/Kitchen Remodels
  • Small additions
  • Carpentry
  • Finish Carpentry
  • Framing
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"Very responsive and communicative, very up front and clear about costs and schedule, accommodating, showed up when they said they would, and top quality work. Highly recommended."

- jesse S. from seattle, WA

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Seattle, Washington

906 N. Sheridan Ave.
Tacoma, WA 98403
Builders of Equity, LLC
9811 130th Place, Unit 201
Kirkland, WA 98034
AAA Repipe Masters
4023 S. 261st St.
Kent, WA 98032
Fire Elk Enterprises
44705 S.E. 161st Place
North Bend, WA 98045
PTM Renovation, Inc.
P.O. Box 94608
Seattle, WA 98124

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Seattle Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Seattle Kitchen Remodels

Year in and year out, one of the most popular home improvements is the kitchen remodel. It's an easy phenomenon to understand. The kitchen is the center of sustenance and, often, the crown jewel of a home in the Emerald City. It comes as close as a home improvement can to promising a better quality of home living while increasing the value of your home. From Bellevue to Everett to West Seattle and throughout the greater Seattle area, homeowners are finding it's time to reinvigorate the look of their kitchen.

Cost, Value, and Satisfaction
Kitchen renovation can mean anything from hauling out old appliances and installing new ones to stripping your kitchen all the way down to the studs. Typically, the smaller kitchen renovations actually are better dollar-for-dollar. On average, the "bare essentials" kitchen renovation will cost about $20,000 and return about $24,000 in property value, or 122 percent. Not too shabby. Larger projects that cost in the $40,000 to $60,000 range return about 100 percent of their cost, and the percentage goes down the further upscale you go. Still, too many homeowners get so obsessed with resale value that they fail to get what they need and want from their new kitchen.

Plus, every home and situation is different. Especially for older homes with original construction, you may need to strip everything down just to be safe. One of the worst-case scenarios is to drop tens of thousands of dollars on a kitchen renovation only to discover a few years later that you have a plumbing leak eating away at your walls or old electrical wiring that must be replaced. Of course, you probably won't have a definitive answer to these questions until you talk to the professionals.

Kitchen Remodeling Contractors
Do yourself a favor and talk to at least three different contractors before making a decision to hire someone. Naturally, getting estimates is a key element, but use the opportunity to discuss more than just cost. You want to find a contractor who has a remodeling philosophy that meshes with the vision you have for your new kitchen. They may also have a few ideas for your kitchen space that you had previously considered. It may be obvious from talking with your contractors who is right for you, but take the extra time to do your homework. Talk to previous customers about their kitchen project with that contractor. Along with matching you with several Seattle kitchen remodeling contractors, HomeAdvisor provides ratings and reviews to help you make this critical decision.

Homeowner Advice
Once you've found a contractor you can trust, don't be afraid to get creative with your kitchen. A competent contractor can do wonders for your home. Here's a great story from a homeowner who spent $40,000 on his kitchen remodel: "Knocking out a wall and opening up the kitchen to the dining room/living room was a key decision in our design, and I would recommend it to everyone. We are incredibly happy with the granite countertops, Kitchen Kraft cherry cabinets, and Brazilian cherry flooring. We also did a counter-height bar instead of an elevated bar, undercabinet lights, and an undermount sink. They were all great decisions."

Regardless of your kitchen plans, you'll need to exercise patience. It's not uncommon for a kitchen renovation to take four to six weeks, and if you hire a contractor with a crowded schedule, it can take even longer. This can be trying for even the most resilient homeowner. As one Seattle homeowner put it, "Buy lots of paper plates and plastic utensils!" This same homeowner rated his experience as 4.86 out of 5, so trust that in the end, it's worth the wait.