Kitchen Remodelers in Seattle, WA
Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Seattle, WA
10044 64th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98178
18642 68th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98101
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3432 14th Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98144
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4105 Northeast 115th Street
Seattle, WA 98125
2212 Queen Ann Avenue Road, Unit 273
Seattle, WA 98109
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Reviews of Seattle Kitchen Renovation Companies
With this being our first remodel and submitting 1/2 payment up front (standard for construction work) we were slightly nervous about what to expect from this project. Alex and team care deeply about the quality of their work and meeting the customer's expectations though and for that reason alone I would hire them again in a heart beat. They ended up doing a full remodel in our kitchen and almost a full remodel in our bathroom. I am rating them a 4.5 on quality because of some issues we are having with the final details, but a 5 in customer service because they are doing everything in their power to correct those issues. The one recommendation that I have is to make sure that everything you want is in writing and you have worked closely with your project lead to ensure that they know every detail. Also, if you have an older home to make sure that is known up front to ensure the team is prepared for any obstacles they may encounter. Our kitchen is complete and we love it, such a better use of the space. The bathroom is 95% done and we are loving it as well! Thank you NW General Contracting for helping us with a much needed makeover!
Wood Construction (Darryl) was the best contractor we've ever dealt with! In every aspect of their work...value, professionalism, timeliness, quality of work, attention to detail and cleanup every evening - they are five star! I've already recommended them to several close friends and will continue to do so. Thanks!
Easy to work with,good problem solvers,for most part has continues work flow with good sub contractors
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Tacoma, WA 98403
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Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:
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Seattle Kitchen RemodelsYear 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.
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.