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Kitchen Remodelers in Tucson, AZ

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Tucson, AZ

Brian Fail Builders, LLC
4 Verified Ratings
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(866) 756-2194
PO Box 31316
Tucson, AZ 85751
McCreary Homes, Inc.
1 Verified Ratings
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(877) 757-4069
7049 East Tanque Verde Road, Unit 25
Tucson, AZ 85715
Mountain Sky Building and Design, LLC
4 Verified Ratings
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(866) 388-6035
4240 South Fair Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85714
Adam Crippen Custom Home Works, LLC
6 Verified Ratings
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(866) 584-5220
3700 East Speedway Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85716
Spectra Kitchen and Bath
34 Verified Ratings
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(866) 389-8388
1530 East Benson Highway
Tucson, AZ 85714

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Cost to Remodel a Kitchen in Tucson

Most homeowners spent between:
$10,360 - $19,800
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Reviews of Tucson Kitchen Renovation Companies

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
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Drake at did the work Avery promptly all acolmpleted including a dry wall and paintillndg in 4 days

Project: Remodel a Kitchen
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My project manager was Dennia Acuna who performed excellently scheduling, coordinating, keeping the job moving on schedule and keeping me happy. The job was finished two days before Christmas as promised. I am quite happy with the results including cabinet work, wonderful stonework, new appliance installation and everything else. Excellent.

Project: Remodel a Kitchen

Brian is a reliable and trustworthy builder. Subcontracters were pleasant and hardworking along with taking pride in their work. From start to end, we knew Brian would take care of what needed to be done. Our timeline was met and we stayed within budget. We would definitely use Brian again!


Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Tucson, Arizona

Phoenix Kitchen & Bath LLC By Burd
3807 W Vista Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85051
Task Masters Home Improvement & Repair
604 E. Calle Arizona
Tuscon, AZ 85705
D.L. Lerew, Inc.
4244 N. 16th Place
Tuson, AZ 85705
Belfir Design and Construction, LLC
1744 W. Sauvignon Drive
Tucson, AZ 85746
3630 W. Montgomery St.
Tucson, AZ 85742

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

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

Ideas & Inspiration from Tucson Addition & Remodeling Contractors

Kitchen Remodeling in Tucson

Remodeling a kitchen not only improves the appearance of a home, but also enhances its efficiency and comfort. Replacing old appliances with energy-efficient models can lower energy costs. Likewise, changing the layout of a kitchen can improve the flow of the entire home. Although it is a large project in terms of the scope of other projects that homeowners can complete around the house, it is one that is well worth the investment for Arizona residents.

Tucson is home to 520,000 people with close to 1 million in the metropolitan area, and the population is continually on the rise. The area has two major seasons: summer and winter. It is not uncommon for temperatures to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, but winters are generally mild. Unlike other parts of the country, this desert town has many stucco homes that are reminiscent of pueblos. With a growing population and an influx of new construction, homeowners should consider a kitchen remodel to increase their home's value on the market and make it easier to resell when the time comes.

Kitchen Remodel Project Costs

When it comes to the cost of a kitchen remodel project in Tucson, the prices are slightly higher than the national average. While prices vary depending on how involved the project is, as well as the types of appliances and fixtures chosen, homeowners can expect to pay more for their project here than in other parts of the country. The average cost for a kitchen remodel nationwide is $20,079. The average cost for a kitchen remodel in Tucson is illustrated in the table below.


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Ambitious homeowners can take on the project without hiring a contractor to help cut down costs, but it still may be necessary to obtain a permit to complete the work. Additionally, choosing to complete several elements or all of this project as a DIY endeavor leaves homeowners on the hook for the costs of any repairs if they accidentally damage the home during the course of the work.

Licensing and Qualifications

Any business that is contracting to build, demolish, repair, alter, or improve a building is required to have a contractor's license in the state of Arizona. In order to obtain the license, contractors must take a written examination, have proof of several years of experience, pay fees, obtain liability insurance, and undergo a background check. Arizona offers both commercial and residential contracting licenses, so, when working on a home, a professional must possess a residential contractor’s license even if he or she already has a commercial license. The Arizona Registrar of Contractors is responsible for issuing licenses.

Other Home Improvement Projects to Consider

Layout is important to consider when remodeling a kitchen. Another project to consider when moving things around in the kitchen is the position of the windows. If the kitchen faces the backyard but does not have windows looking into the yard, homeowners can consider adding them. This brightens up the kitchen while also allowing those in the kitchen to watch or participate in activities taking place outdoors.

Tucson, AZ Area Information

The city is situated just north of the Mexican border. Despite being in the middle of the desert, it is a bustling oasis that millions of people call home, and the population is as diverse as the housing options. In the upscale suburbs, homeowners can expect to pay more for a kitchen remodel than in some of the older communities to the south.

  • Downtown - This section of the city is filled with history, arts, entertainment, food, and shopping. Revitalization efforts in the late 2010s brought new life to the area. With luxury condos prevalent throughout this neighborhood, residents can be right in the middle of the action in style.
  • South Tucson - South Tucson is a small incorporated town that sits just south of downtown. It has a large Mexican-American population, which greatly influences the style of architecture and single-family homes seen in the area. Homes and businesses are representative of architecture seen south of the border. In addition to the beautiful landscape, there are also several brightly colored murals that add to the town's beauty.
  • Dove Mountain - To the northwest of the city is this diverse suburb with housing options that meet just about anyone's budget. It is spread out over the foothills, and the houses are typically done in the Southwest-style stucco commonly seen in desert communities. The people living here are just as diverse, with a nice mix of families, retirees, and working professionals.
  • Catalina Foothills - The area's most expensive homes and estates are found in Catalina Foothills to the north of the city. The Southwest-style homes are painted in muted brown and cream colors and spread throughout minimalist neighborhoods. It is about a 15-minute drive to downtown, but residents have a nice view of the city from the hills.