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Average Cost

Kitchen Pricing 

Size, restructuring plumbing or room layout, appliances, tile, fixtures and more can all increase or decrease a budget. Take a look through the following factors that determine the cost of a kitchen remodel. 

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Small Kitchen ($70K+)

- Tear down to studs

- No structural changes

- Drywall and Paint

- New Window

- Upgraded Sink

- Dura Supreme Cabinetry 

- Stone Countertops and tile      backsplash (mid-level)

- Mid grade plumbing fixtures

- Mid grade lighting fixtures

- Adding can lighting 

- Focal point chandelier or sconces

- Match existing trim

- Refinish hardwood flooring

*appliances not included

Midgrade Kitchen ($100K+)

- Tear down to studs

- Minor structural changes, opening up  to adjacent room.

- Relocating plumbing

- Drywall and Paint (Limewash)

- New Window and doors

- Upgraded Sink

- Custom Cabinetry 

- Stone Countertops and tile  backsplash (mid-level)

- Mid grade plumbing fixtures

- Mid grade lighting fixtures

- Adding can lighting 

- Focal point chandelier or sconces  (mid-level)

- Match existing trim

- Replace hardwood flooring

*appliances not included

Large Kitchen ($150K+)

- Tear down to studs

- Structural changes, opening up to  adjacent room

- Drywall and Paint (Limewash)

- New Windows and Doors

- Upgraded Sink

- Custom Cabinetry 

- Stone Countertops and Backsplash  (top-level)

- Mid grade plumbing fixtures

- Mid grade lighting fixtures

- Adding can lighting 

- Focal point chandelier or sconces

 (top-level)

- Match existing trim

- Replace hardwood flooring

*appliances not included