How Much Will Your New Kitchen Will Cost?
One question that is undoubtedly on your mind is, “What’s this going to cost?” Unfortunately, there is no quick and easy answer. There are just too many variables that need to be addressed before a reasonable estimate can be made.
When homeowners decide to remodel their kitchen they generally think about new cabinets, a logical starting point. But the cost of cabinets varies considerably depending on the manufacturer, level or quality, construction materials, door and drawer type, hardware, convenience features, and other factors.
Then too, once the homeowner starts thinking about the cabinetry, the next thing they usually think about are new countertops. Here again, cost varies due to the type of surface, and laminates are less expensive than solid surfaces. Solid surfaces come in man-made and natural materials, which also factor into the cost. Even the fabrication methods are different in terms of time and technique — all of which create a wide range of prices.
Once cabinets and countertops are selected, most homeowners also think about appliances, decorative elements, and even lighting and flooring. Each component varies widely in cost depending on quality, quantity, features, time and materials, etc.
All told, the cost of your new kitchen is based on what you want — and the many elements that go into the process of getting you just that.
Thus, the visit to Triangle Showrooms to get the planning process started is where to begin. So, let’s start with your wish list and floor plan and discuss the many possibilities and options. Then we can start figuring out what your new kitchen will cost.